The start and finish of each maze is clearly marked with an arrow. Lead the way through 22 mazes and check the solutions at the end. A fun way to develop visual perceptual/spatial skills. Keep one in your bag or the car to keep the kids occupied when they are confined to small spaces.
Publisher recommends for ages 6 - 10 years
Colour by Symbol has 24 pictures. Colour the pictures according to the colour chart provided. Every colour is represented by a different symbol. Encouraging children to outline the shape areas before colouring helps to develop visual motor skills and as many of the sections are small it also helps to develop intrinsic finger muscle movements.
Manufacturer recommends for ages 4 - 7 years.
Colour by number to discover the 24 hidden pictures.
Publisher recommends for ages 4 - 8 years.
These small spaces for coloring allow for the development of intrinsic finger movement (the small in and out finger movements required for mature handwriting skills) and great to carry in your bag or the car, keeping them occupied in small spaces.
Colour the symbol-coded pages according to the colour chart to discover the hidden pictures. Encouraging children to outline the shape areas before colouring helps to develop visual motor skills and as all of the sections are small it also helps to develop intrinsic finger muscle movements.
Manufacturer recommends for ages 3-7 years.
This book contains mazes and solutions. The start and finish of each maze is clearly marked with an arrow. Follow the arrow leading into the maze and finish the way to the exit marked by the second arrow.
Suggest using a pencil so that mistakes can be easily erased. Mazes are fun to colour too.
Manufacturer recommends for ages 3-6 years.
The start and finish of each maze is clearly marked with an arrow. Find the way through 20 mazes and check your answers with the solutions at the end. A fun way to develop visual perceptual/spatial skills. Keep one in your bag or the car to provide something to keep the kids occupied in small spaces.
Publisher recommends for ages 3 - 6 years
The in and out movements of the fingers, that is intrinsic muscle control, along with many other hand development and sensory motor skills, are essential for the development of legible and speedy handwriting. It is important that children are given the opportunity to develop these underlying skills through play rather than practicing with pencil and paper.
The Cactooph toothpick holder provides a fun opportunity for children to develop division of the hand as the toothpick is held between thumb and first two fingers (same style of grasp as when holding a pencil) and then use the small muscles of the hand to push it in. The slight resistance provided by the toothpick holder enables the hand muscles to be challenged in order to gain strength.
WARNING: Choking hazard. Manufacturer recommends unsuitable for children under 3 years due to small parts.
Use under adult supervision, this is not a toy.
A fun easy ruler option for children first beginning to use a ruler or for those that have difficulty stabilizing a flat ruler in order to rule lines. A handle, where a fisted grasp can be used provides a much more stabilizing position than having to span the hand wide to stabilize with the thumb and outer fingers.
The Chalkboard Floor puzzle that kids can draw on over and over again.
Playground Fun Chalkboard Floor Puzzle is made up of 48 extra large, sturdy pieces, this award winning puzzle is sure to be a favourite.
The unique chalkboard surface allows kids to use their imagination and draw within the artwork of the puzzle in a mess free way with the chalk stick included.
When they are done, the surface erases and is ready to be played with again and working on the floor helps to develop shoulder and core stability, particularly if they lay on their stomachs propped up on elbows. Place chalk to the side to encourage midline crossing, cut chalk into 2-3 cm pieces to encourage development of a tripod grasp and try adding a spray bottle with water and a small piece of sponge to wash away the picture when finished to help develop division of the hand and thumb/index web space stability - all hand development features necessary to gain mature handwriting.
Puzzle dimensions: approx. 61cm x 91cm
Manufacturer recommends for ages 6 years plus.
Inside the wooden box you'll find a 41/2" tall bendable boy and girl and their extensive 25 piece wardrobe of interesting mix-and-match outfits, hats, bags and other accessories in bright fun colours.
Stimulate language, play, fine motor and visual spatial skills.