Strategic game for two.
Are you the new Kasparov? Try it out in big!
This chess game is extra large and made from weather resistant material, so you can play the game outside in the sun.
Not suited for children younger than 4 years old.
Six different child figures are going around the playing board and when they meet each other they give a present card to each other. The present cards are showing something typical of the respective country where they come from. The first player to distribute his five presents is the winner. Promotes cooperative playing and develops the interest in other cultures.
• 1 wooden game board (370 x 370 x 10 mm)
• 6 wooden figures
• 30 postcards
• 1 dice with symbols
• 1 coloured Box
Count right up to the top of the tree, with lots of happy jungle animals to help you on your way! This number jigsaw puzzle includes a fun activity guide and poster.
Number of Puzzle Pieces: 30
Dimensions: 86 x 29 cm
Ages: 3-6 years
This item is puzzled not only side by side but also on top of each other. That means the puzzle is arranged in tiers whereas each layer is marked by a stair. This puzzle shows the development of a frog.
This puzzle is an explanation in pictures and trains especially the cognition of context as well as the ability to associate and combine.
Contents: 30 pieces
Size: appr. 205 x 205 x 20 mm
This classic game can be played by up to four people which makes it ideal for friends or family to enjoy together. Carefully crafted from wood, the pieces are brightly coloured and easy for youngsters to handle.Helps to develop the competitive spirit as well as improving dexterity and hand/eye co-ordination. Made from quality responsibly sourced materials conform to current EU safety standards.
Set of 18 play pieces
Dimensions: 25.2 x 22.2 x 2.4 cm
An extensive and holistic concept for recognising different positions and learining about spatial representation. Different exercises with varying levels of difficulty stimulate three dimensional thinking and visualization.
The children use either the dice with colours or the dice with dots. Depending on the colour or number of dots that come up when the dice is thrown, the children build towers and the winner is the one who stacks the bricks skilfully and produces the highest tower.
Promotes colour recognition, proportions in size and quantity as well as fine motor skill.