Our Home Learning resources were developed in close cooperation with the team behind Educo, well-known as a brand that supports play-based learning through active hand-on materials. The Toys for Life range develops foundation learning across mathematics, language and motor development.
This stopwatch is great for timing many activities. The large size is perfect for little hands.
Balance weights or compare the weight of various objects. Learn to describe what happens to the scale and why. (Weights available separately). Chil...View full details
The shapes are nailed onto the cork plate with the wooden hammer and the nails. All pie ces can beremoved easily. An instruction with colourful exa...View full details
The goal is to win as many discs as possible to build a tall tower because the person who builds the tallest tower wins!
Tiles to depict one number value across rows and successive numerals down columns. Children learn to count items, match quantities and combine quan...View full details
The small gecko George and his friends want to take a nap in the midday sun. In orde r to do so, they need to grab one of the popular spots on the ...View full details
Tiles to depict one number value across rows and successive numerals down columns. Children learnto count items, match quantities and combine quant...View full details
Set of 500 paper sheets for the Metal Insets 14 x 14 cm.
These jigsaw wedges have three styles of numerals. Each wedge of cake sequentially goes up to 10. Work puzzle by wedges first or move in concentric...View full details
Learn about shapes, colours, order and patterns with Maxi stringing beads. Children follow the colourful patterns from the card images to fill thei...View full details
Create mosaic designs with geometric shapes in various colours. Model one of the assignment cards or make your own unique creations. Improve fine m...View full details
Create the figures on the assignment cards with the rings and sticks or create your own. Compare various colours and sizes. Stimulate fine motor sk...View full details
Create colourful designs by threading strings through the perforated assignment cards. Use the blank side to create your own designs.
Place 4 cards in a logical sequence and create a story. Develop logical thinking and story telling skills. Stimulate children to create their own s...View full details
Lace the shoes. Either copy the example card or come up with your own patterns. Practice fine motor skills by threading the laces. Carefully look t...View full details
This is a funny game which engages kids with its colourful illustrations and helps them learn the first counting. The aim of the game is to fill yo...View full details
Rows are created to show a gradual increase or decrease in volume. Sort the images in the diagram from empty to full and vice versa. While playing,...View full details
The turtle and wooden sticks are placed on the table. The player whose turn it takes any wooden stick and tries to place it on the back of the turt...View full details
All puzzle pieces and the spin wheel are placed on the table. Each player chooses a colour for his or her zebra. The player whose turn it is spins ...View full details
Learn about shapes, colours, orders and patterns. Follow the patterns as shown on the assignment cards to fill the standard or thread. Choose your ...View full details
Place the items in the wooden stand as shown on the assignment cards or create your own story. Stimulate spatial orientation, vocabulary and story ...View full details
Fill the roads by placing blocks of different lengths in the workboard. Practice fitting, measuring, comparing, and swapping lengths
With this colourful caterpillar children will become familiar with the numbers from 1 to 10 and with the first steps of basic arithmetic.
Children use either the dice with colours or the dice with dots. Depending on the colour or number of dots that come up when the dice is thrown, th...View full details
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