• 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.

  • 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

  • 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...

  • 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.

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

  • A Beleduc Deductive Reasoning Game.

  • Recognise various emotions on the faces of others.

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

  • Emotion Cubes