5 years & up. Fossils, bugs and shooting stars - this BINGO game includes fun facts about this world of ours! Natural wonders are expanded as children play. Includes: 6 Game boards, 48 Playing cards, and Cloth storage bag.
3 years & up. Race to match your monkeys to their correct clothing and fill your chicken coop® with chicks! In these two games of strategy and chance you have to be fast to match each card to the right slot on your playing board. Whoever fills their board first wins the game. Just watch out for banana peels and eggs. These nasty cards will take away your matches and slow you down. Games help develop critical thinking skills, reaction time, number recognition, and more. Set includes Monkey… More »
4 years & up. Zingo is a simple Bingo-style game, with a fancy plastic tile dispenser that kids just LOVE! Everyone who knows Zingo loves it, kids and parents alike. To play, players try to fill their Zingo!® cards with matching tiles from the Zingo Zinger. The first player to fill his/her card wins! Rules can be adjusted to favor more or less competition among players, and to vary length of time that each game takes to play.
3 years & up. A fun, educational twist on the classic game of Bingo. This Earth Bingo game by Lucy Hammett features brilliantly colored photos of the Earth and interesting facts like: how air pollution damages plants and how much of the Earth is made of water. The game is simple. Each player gets a bingo board detailed with brilliantly colored Earth photos. Choose one person from the group to be the Caller and give them a stack of Caller Cards. The Caller will hold up one Caller Card at a time… More »
4 years & up. Concentrate, and learn rhymes, colors, shapes, numbers, money concepts, or the alphabet! Unique, 6-way format adapts to a variety of skill levels, and is a fun learning supplement for small groups or the entire class. Also ideal for learners with disabilities and anyone learning English. Each set includes 36 playing cards, 264 chips, caller's mat and cards, and a sturdy storage box.
Grades K - 4. Target reviewing math skills with our fun to play Multiplication bingo game. Increase difficulty by increasing skill levels because each bingo game develops problem solving skills, increases computational speed and really gets students thinking quickly. Each game has everything you need for 36 players with over 200 chips, caller's mat and cards. Made in the USA.
2 years & up. Kids will love learning about animals and colors with these action-packed games. With the colorful theme cards and dispenser, kids will push, launch, GRAB and match their animals and colors. Simply launch the discs from the dispenser and when your animal or color comes out, GRAB IT! and place it on the corresponding spot on your game board. Be the first one to fill your board to win the game! Game includes disc dispenser, sixteen game discs, and four playing boards. For up to four… More »
2 years & up. Where's Bear combines 2 favorite activities-stacking blocks and finding hidden objects. This games teaches children to take turns hiding and finding the bear under the sturdy nesting boxes. Monkey Around will get children up and moving with 40 cards that prompt players to do movements together. From hugs to high-fives, to simple skills like balancing, hopping, and marching. Included in the game is a bean bag banana that adds to the fun and learning.
3 years & up. Children will develop an understanding of the five senses as they engage in identifying, matching, sorting and classifying five characters who demonstrate the senses. Includes five different examples of each of the five senses. Picture cues and "five friends" engage young learners. Game materials can be used for individual, small group, and whole class educational activities. Word back and student recording sheet are included.
3 years & up. Kaplan's Emotion Sorting Boxes help children identify and sort through their feelings. The set includes 20 scenario tiles and 4 emotion boxes with 4 different expressions. Children will choose a tile, identify what is happening in the picture and how they would feel if they experienced that scenario, and then place their tile in the box that best represents that emotion. Makes a fantastic children's emotional health activity!