Our educational games are designed for children who are still learning about the world around them and developing their skills. These games are so easy to get into and can be shared with the whole family! We have a wide variety of subjects that will keep your child entertained while they learn new skills.
We know that parents want their kids to have a healthy balance of education and entertainment. That’s why we offer a variety of different types of educational games so you can find what works best for your children! Whether it’s an easy board game or a challenging card game, we’ve got the best games that are guaranteed to entertain and help your children learn and develop.
These amazing toys are perfect for interactive play sessions that help children develop key skills such as turn-taking, fine motor skills, strategic thinking, and problem-solving. Practise counting, stacking, sorting, following patterns and understanding rules with our variety of stacking games and sudoku.
Flex those memory muscles, and solve simple yet challenging puzzles. Learn colours and identify different animals with our Tidlo Magnetic Fun Bugs and Balancing Noah’s Ark. All these developmental games are eco-friendly and safe for your children to play with.
Cooperation is one of our top developmental games. It requires cooperation and teaches children to play and win together. Four little animals are trying to get to their igloo on the ice field, but they need to be careful because the ice bridge could collapse at any time.
Grimms Rainbow Bowls
This set of six coloured wooden bowls comes with two sets of tweezers and three coloured shapes for each bowl. Start simply by colour sorting then progress to using the tweezers as children get older.
BigJigs 4 in a Row
A great game for developing strategic thinking and problem-solving skills. This is a great game for the whole family to play. It’s also a great way to learn turn taking.
BigJigs Weather Balancing
There are loads of great balancing games to choose from and it’s really just a case of choosing your favourite. Take it in turns to choose a shape to balance on the umbrella. If it topples then the other person wins.
Grimm’s Counting Stack for Kids
This is a great toy for learning to count with and can be used for years as an educational aid. It’s great for colour sorting too.