Educational benefits: Enhances color and shape recognition, promotes memory skills, and encourages parent-child interaction.
In this cooperative game, parents and their 2-year-olds work together to find and match colored and shaped picnic foods. The game fosters bonding while helping children improve their cognitive abilities through simple matching activities.
Educational benefits: Develops problem-solving skills, hand eye coordination, and encourages physical activity.
This game combines puzzle solving and physical movement as children hop, waddle, and stomp like animals to complete their puzzle boards. It offers an engaging and interactive way for 2-year-olds to learn about animals while enhancing their motor skills.
Type of game: Sensory and fine motor skills activity board.
Educational benefits: Supports sensory development, enhances fine motor skills, and promotes independent play.
This Montessori-inspired busy board features various sensory elements and activities that help toddlers develop their fine motor skills. It offers a hands-on experience for 1 to 4-year-olds to explore and practice essential skills while keeping them engaged during travel or playtime.
In this interactive game, parents and their 2-year-olds engage in fun movements and follow directions, such as hopping like a bunny or twirling like a dancer. It provides a playful way to promote physical development and listening skills while strengthening the parent-child bond.
These scavenger hunt cards are designed for toddlers to enjoy outdoor adventures in the park. With colorful pictures and simple prompts, children search for specific items and learn about nature, animals, and the environment while having fun exploring their surroundings.
Type of game: Color and activity recognition game.
Educational benefits: Introduces colors, promotes social interaction, and enhances gross motor skills.
Roll and Play is a beginner's game that introduces toddlers to colors and basic activities. The large plush cube dictates the actions, such as "Find something red" or "Hop like a frog," promoting color recognition, taking turns, and physical movements.
This interactive game offers an enjoyable learning experience for toddlers and encourages parent-child bonding.
Type of game: Cooperative cooking and matching game.
Educational benefits: Develops memory skills, promotes social interaction, and enhances cognitive abilities.
In Acorn Soup, parents and their 2-year-olds work together to match and collect ingredients for delicious soup. The game encourages memory and matching skills while fostering cooperation and communication between parent and child.
Educational benefits: Enhances memory skills, develops vocabulary, and promotes early learning.
Farmyard Heads & Tails is a versatile game that starts as a simple matching activity and gradually evolves into a more challenging game. Toddlers match the head and tail of various farm animals, promoting memory, vocabulary, and observational skills in a fun and engaging way.
Type of game: Interactive movement and activity game.
Educational benefits: Encourages physical activity, promotes motor skills, and enhances social interaction.
Monkey Around is an interactive game designed for toddlers and their parents to engage in fun physical movements together. Players take turns picking cards that instruct them to perform actions like hopping, spinning, or pretending to be animals.
It promotes gross motor skills, coordination, and parent-child bonding.
Educational benefits: Develops memory skills, enhances fine motor skills, and promotes early learning.
Hungry as a Bear is a delightful game where players try to feed the bear by flipping over and matching food tiles. It combines memory and dexterity as children use a spoon to collect and serve the correct food. The game encourages memory development, hand-eye coordination, and early learning concepts in a playful manner.
Educational benefits: Develops fine motor skills, enhances color recognition, and promotes hand-eye coordination.
Fishy is a fishing game designed for young children. Players use magnetic fishing rods to catch colorful wooden fish and learn about colors while improving their motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
Educational benefits: Promotes teamwork, enhances color recognition, and introduces basic game mechanics.
First Orchard is a cooperative game where players work together to harvest the fruit from the orchard before the raven reaches it. The game introduces young children to basic game concepts, encourages teamwork, and develops color recognition skills.
Type of game: Alphabet recognition and matching game.
Educational benefits: Enhances letter recognition, develops vocabulary, and promotes early literacy skills.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Game is based on the beloved children's book by Eric Carle. Players spin the spinner and search for letters that match the pictures on their cards. The game fosters letter recognition, vocabulary development, and early literacy skills in an interactive and engaging way.
This game is aimed at little ones 3 years old and above, but with supervision if the child is nearly three this will be great.
Type of game: Color recognition and fine motor skills game.
Educational benefits: Develops fine motor skills, enhances color recognition, and promotes strategic thinking.
The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game is a fun and interactive board game where players help their squirrels collect acorns by matching colors and using squirrel-shaped tweezers. It promotes fine motor skills, color recognition, and strategic thinking in a playful and entertaining manner.