Have fun with your children without even lifting a fishing pole when you play the Let’s Go Fishin’ Game. You can introduce your children to fishing as a game, thanks to this action – packed fun activity.
The game is simple to set up and play. As the base rotates, the fish open and close their mouths, and they go up and down in the water. The concept is to catch more fish than the other players. Great way to help improve their hand and eye coordination.
Out of ideas on what to do on a rainy day? Pick a card! This card pack includes 50 fun ideas to keep boredom at bay as the kids explore and play outside. Choose cards with the paint icon for creative ideas, Heart for active ideas, and the book icon for quiet ideas.
Out of ideas on what to do outside? Pick a card! This card pack includes 50 fun ideas to keep boredom at bay as the kids explore and play outside. Choose cards with the paint icon for creative ideas, Heart for active ideas, and the book icon for quiet ideas.
Pair up our cheerful animal characters with this fun memory game. To play, simply lay all the pieces face down and take turns to flip over two cards. The object of the game is to turn over pairs of matching cards - whoever gets the most, wins!
Entertain the little ones with this travel bingo set on train rides, road trips, or days out. A great way to develop children’s curiosity while busting their boredom! Instructions included. Suitable for 1 to 4 players.
Spin the spinner, count the number of bubbles and collect the matching cards on your fish board. But watch out! If you turn over a shark card, it will eat all of your fish and you'll have to start again! The player with the most fish at the end of the game is the winner!
The excitement of this game is in the anticipation of turning over cards...will you turn over a shark card or collect more fish?! Children will also love the fun 3D octopus spinner. Player boards and cards feature a number of friendly sea creatures, including clownfish, starfish, crabs, and pufferfish, and can be used to show children the different creatures that live underwater.
Contents: 30 x bubble cards, 4 x jar boards, 1 x 3D octopus spinner, 1 x instruction leaflet
Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts. Choking hazard.
Box Size: 19.3 x 14.2 x 8.8 cm
This simple game of fractions takes the confusion out of fractions because each pie piece adds to the whole pie. Handling the fractions and seeing how they are portions of the total makes the concept more understandable. Pies of different flavours are divided into halves, thirds, fourths, eighths and sixteenths.
A collection of 7 great card games that will help children with their spelling.
A great game for ages 8-10. Players need to collect characters from David
Walliams's books by successfully completing either a physical or mental
challenge. Educational and fantastically good fun.
Spinner board, 125 cards, sand timer, whistle and instructions.
Learn the basics of program flow
There are 60 levels to try, increasing in complexity. For each level your avatar needs to travel to an exotic world in search of crystals. Given the challenge ahead you need to create a program flow that will achieve your goal. There is only one correct solution for each level. This game teaches the player the basics of understanding how to approach a problem in programming code. It uses basic concepts so the player is not burdened by language syntax.
What's in the box
A mischievous mouse has snuck into the cats' garden and stolen their bowl of delicious treats! To get their treats back, the four cats must surround the mouse before he escapes under the garden fence. Players will need to use teamwork and strategy to catch the mouse and win the game.
Includes: 1 game board, 4 cat movers, 1 mouse mover, 1 cat die, 1 mouse die and instructions.
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