What will you see in the woods today? A bird? A bear? A goblin? Take a closer look at distant animals and plants with this 8x toy telescope. It’s perfect for encouraging kids to observe and identify birds and animals in the wild, while also enjoying physical exercise and fresh air.
Using the compass, create a signpost that points in the direction of famous landmarks around the globe. We know Santa Claus comes from the North Pole, but then there's also Japan in the East, Antarctica to the South and the setting sun in the West. How many more can you add to your signpost?
Turn their fingers green! Cultivate a love for gardening in your kids with this easy-to-use mini greenhouse. Plant flower or vegetable seeds in the easy to make bamboo vases and then watch them grow under the safety of the transparent cover. When the plants are big enough, plant them outside where everyone can admire your amazing gardening skills.
Now I see you, now you don’t see me! This outdoor toy allows kids to play hide-and-seek or observe animals without being seen. Hide behind a rock, tree or a bush and watch as the others try to find you, or as animals pass by as if you weren’t there. It’s a fun way to get kids outdoors and experiencing nature first-hand.
Who knew such a scary-looking scale could be so fun? The Monster Scale is a great way to introduce counting and simple arithmetic into your child’s playtime. Every member of the monster family weighs differently so you’ll learn about measurements and balance too.
Pack up a picnic and head out into the fields or forest for an exciting day of discovery. This sustainably made magnifying glass and two-tone whistle is perfect for intrepid young explorers to investigate nature up close. Don’t forget to record what you find!
Specifically designed to encourage movement, this wooden drum is a great way for children aged six months and up to improve hand-eye coordination and discover the world of sound. Playing this drum is the perfect way to learn about rhythm, experiment with different sounds, and to understand cause and effect.
Not only will this rainmaker stimulate your baby’s senses, but it also develops hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. It’s ideal for introducing babies to the soothing sound of rain and puts them in control of how fast or slowly it falls as they tip the rainmaker over. And it’s robust enough to survive rigorous shaking and rattling.
A, B, C, D! Learning the alphabet is great fun! Can you learn the letters right through to Z? This colorful puzzle provides children with an introduction to capital letters to take their first steps towards reading and writing.
Put the colored shapes into their right places to complete the pretty insects. At the same time, you’ll be learning how a clock works! This colorful puzzle gives children a fun introduction to tell the time.
See how quickly you can find your way through the construction site and number maze and how many vehicles you can roll your ball over as you go! Or you can try and reach each vehicle in order of its number!
It’s time for dinner! Help to get things ready by trimming, peeling and chopping the vegetables and grating the cheese on your own cutting board. The separable ingredients and different tools come for extra realism.
Is there a doctor in the house? There is now. Check your patients' blood pressure, listen to their heartbeat with the stethoscope and apply some healing cream. There are so many stories your child can come up with as they diagnose and heal their ‘patients’.