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

  • Create and Tell Me A Story Cards, Circus Adventure

  • A two-tone test of logic and reasoning!

  • 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.

  • Quercetti's Tecno - 160 pieces with screws, bolts and washers of all types to be screwed into the special threaded board, to create an infinite range of flat and 3D structures. An ideal toy to familiarise children with mechanical concept and to develop motor skills and creativity.  

  • With Quercetti's Filo it’s fun to trace brightly designs with colored laces. Just push a lace into the special pen, press it into the exclusive board’s self-locking slots, and then realize your masterpiece. The design can be quickly cancelled simply pulling out laces, to start drawing again.

  • Skeletal Starter Geo Set doubles as a construction set and as an introductory math manipulative for hands-on discovery of 2D and 3D geometry principles.

  • Who’s to Blame Logic Game

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

  • Link them up from trunk to tail!

  • Snap together and pull apart these tactile butterflies for shape learning fun

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

  • 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.

  • 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...

  • Brighten up learning with these colour paint pots and sorting objects.

  • The shaking, sliding, matching game

  • Magnetic Picture Patterning Game

  • 16 Mazes, Right in Your Hand

  • Stacking and puzzle activities in one wooden toy.

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

  • Develop a multitude of math skills with mini-muffin counters as Squeezy Tweezers are used to pick up the muffin counters and drop them into the correct section of the plastic muffin pan.

  • Ruffs House Teaching Tactile Set

  • Helping Hands Fine Motor Tool Set (TM)