Super Mind provides hours of fascinating fun by challenging children to think for themselves. Children need time alone, time for developing independence, self expression and accomplishing tasks which are rewarding and build self-confidence.
Mighty Mind encourages and entices a child to build complex designs and puzzles without assistance, using colourful design shapes and corresponding pieces. Children develop skills in problem-solving, creative thinking, counting, sorting, categorizing, spatial relationships, matching colors, shapes, and sizes.
Sensory Stepperz are great for helping children with balance, coordination, and gross motor skills development. Kids can use one stepper at a time to balance on, or they can line the four steppers up and hop from one to another.
This 20-piece wooden tile set makes learning numbers as easy as 1-2-3. The two-sided tiles feature numbers 1-10, colorful pictures and words that help children count, match, spell and trace the numbers.
The A to Z Magnatab Tracing Board is the ideal tool to help your child focus on forming letters correctly and consistently. Your child will eagerly trace each letter with the magnetic stylus just to see and hear the little metal balls snap to the surface to make the letter.
This sequel to ABCs Uppercase Letters Write & Wipe will help children learn to write their lowercase letters. These flash cards also include a dry-erase marker which allows children to practice the stroke order of lowercase letters again and again.
Learning to tell time is a great way for children to become acquainted with early concepts. These cards help children link numbers with the corresponding clock faces, and teach both analog and digital time.
These write & wipe flash cards will help children learn to write their uppercase ABCs. Each card features the outline of a letter on one side with proper stroke order noted, and a picture and word illustrating the letter on the other.
The Playaway Rainy Day Climbing ladder offers a safe and controlle opportunity for kids to practice their climbing skills. Climbing action coordinates both sides of the body and helps to develop strength, posture, hand to eye coordination and confidence.