Your little ones will learn to name the Veg as they remove and match them back to the images on the board. Puzzles help build children’s hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills, whilst also encouraging problem solving and discovery.
Your little ones will learn to name the Fruit as they remove and match them back to the images on the board. Puzzles help build children’s hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills, whilst also encouraging problem solving and discovery.
Make learning to walk fun for your little one with this cute pull paddling duck toy. As your little one pulls along the ducks behind them, the bodies will waggle up and down attracting little ones attention.
This colourful xylophone will allow your little one to develop their musical ability and their hand-eye coordination. With the different colour bars producing different sounds, this will enable your little one to make some marvellous melodies.
This brightly coloured push along rainbow toy is a real classic and will delight youngsters for hours as they walk around. The sturdy design and grippable handle means it is perfect for little learners and will grow with them as they develop coordination and balance skills.
These geometric blocks can help a young child learn different colours and shapes. You can also use them to help your child understand the relationship between different numbers and the size of the blocks. On top of all that, you can also use them as building blocks!
This double-decker vehicle carrier has a moveable ramp that can load three cars and turn into a second deck. It helps to promote and develop fine motor skills and also encourages manual dex-terity and creative play
This shape sorter is carrying the message “I love you”. It is a colourful, eye catching and great toy to help develop children’s fine motor skills. Inside three of the blocks, there are small balls that will make sounds when they are shaken.
Cash or card? Count the total amount then give back the right change. This cash register includes notes, bank card and coins. It will be a lot of fun while developing the social and communication skills.
This small carpenter set will help your child develop concentration and fine motor skills with the ‘on-the-go’ set. Your child will learn to identify tools and how to use them, create separate structures or attach pieces to the side of the toolbox
Encourage walking and help enhance creativity with this pull train that your toddler can re-design as much as their hearts desire. Re-stack all of the different shapes onto the train’s carriages stimulating creativity and then slot the carriages together enhancing fine motor skills.