• Watch This Face encourages children to recognize facial expressions and match them to the physical or emotional situations that would trigger these feelings.

  • I Heard Your Feelings Flash Cards helps guide children in the emotional dynamics of every day situations.

  • What Do I Do Flash Cards are a wonderful tool for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of subverted social expectations.

  • Learn about counting and shapes with this classic Orchard Toys game, based on the popular nursery rhyme. Be the first to move your cute 3D spider up the drainpipe before it starts to rain!

  • This ingenious memory game from Orchard Toys is a big hit with all kids 

  • Blast into space with this fun counting and matching game!Develops counting and matching skillsBlast into space and count the loop-the-loops!Suitable for ages 4-7

  • Line Links Travel Game 

  • Develop curiosity with this engaging early skills activity set. Ideal for developing a range of key skills from an early age.

  • Race for speed, test your memory, or take your time creating unique designs! Pixy Cubes contains three activities in one creative logic game.

  • Make hundreds of words with this set of engaging, colour-coded dominoes that encourages word building skills. 

  • Long Vowel Phonics Dominoes are a fun, hands-on way for beginning readers to practice word-formation skills and build their confidence on the road to reading success.

  • Develop an understanding of short vowels with this fun family game. 

  • Develop social and emotional skills with these brightly coloured cubes. Images and prompts will encourage young children to think about how they are feeling and to talk about their emotions

  • Enter Ryan's Room by Small World Toys and pick-out just "What Doesn't Belong" in this engaging game.

  • Grow your language skill with the "Build A Word." Children can match two words and come up with a compound word; discovering new words unrelated to the two original image tiles. This set contains 36 brightly illustrated game cards to create 12 compounds words. Helps to increase kids' general knowledge and vocabulary.

  •  "1, 2, 3 GO!" helps to learn how to quantify numbers.  Players form a chain of numbered pieces from beginning to the end of a path while learning to identify numbers, their value and their quantity. Set includes game board, 2 dice and 12 number cylinders; helps to develop judgment, fine motor skills plus hand-eye coordination.

  • Learn about opposites by matching the 10 sets of photos. Simple opposites to pair with their corresponding photo. Develops the concept of opposites and hand-eye coordination.

  • Find the words that rhyme and you solve the puzzle.  Children love figuring out which words rhyme and matching the 2-piece puzzles. The images on each puzzle piece help early readers recognize the printed words. The puzzle pieces are self-correcting: each set fits together only one way.

  • Which comes first, the planting the seed or the sprouting flower? They'll recognize familiar objects and actions in the whimsical illustrations, and have fun assembling the 12 puzzles. When put together the right way, the illustration might show a child serving a plate and then eating, or putting on pajamas and getting into bed.

  • Learn simple sequencing while completing the self-correcting 3-piece puzzle. Which actions do we do first, second, or third?  Children will recognize familiar activities in the whimsical illustrations, and have fun assembling the 12 puzzles. When put together the right way, the illustration might show a child serving a plate and then eating, or putting on...

  • Match tiles to pattern cards to create a pictures. Create pictures and complete puzzles! Using 16 geometric plastic shapes and 18 working cards!  Assemble simple pictures using various geometric shapes according to the shape glossary.  Some cards have only the finished shape making them more challenging.  Start with easy puzzles and finish with complex...

  • The shaking, sliding, matching game

  • Roll these tactile cubes and inspire writing ideas!

  • Get your child talking by rolling these appealing cubes!

  • Boost reading and listening comprehension with these 6 foam cubes that target after reading skills while encouraging creativity

  • Colourful family counters represent people and pets in all families (72pcs).

  • Reinforce children's understanding of blends and digraphs with fun domino game play!

  • Recognise various emotions on the faces of others.

  • Emotion Cubes

  • Matching and patterning fun with bright wooden birds and magnets!

  • Ruffs House Teaching Tactile Set

  • Helping Hands Fine Motor Tool Set (TM)

  • Learn to tell the time with this lotto game

  • The action-packed game that gets children talking and learning about literature.

  • Breaking News is a tremendous language game that encourages children to practice a range of vital language skills including punctuation, spelling, verb tense, sentence grammar and vocabulary.

  • Build Reading Skills, Three Letters at a Time

  • Teaches Words That Are Essential to Reading!

  • Bingo with a Zing!

  • Use these colourful activity cards with our "All About Me Family" Counters to reinforce maths themes and social development.