University Games Eric Carle ABC Travel Tin Game brings Eric Carle’sexquisite illustrations on the road for fun that moves. It’s specially designed to help kids identify letters and numbers easily. Kids will also be able to differentiate between capital and small letters.
This gorgeous new addition will be a hit with your little girl. The comfortable stretchy purple velvet bodice has intricate white trimmings, organza overlaid sleeves, and a purple amulet at the neckline. The full satin skirt is trimmed with delicate white designs and organza hip drapes.
With Barbie, you can be anything! Come along with Barbie and her friends to search for treasure, sing in a band, catch a thief, battle crime, and save the galaxy! Super Exciting sounds bring these awesome adventures to life!
Be our guest! You’ll find a feast of hidden objects in these busy scenes from the world of Beauty and the Beast. There are surprises waiting in Maurice’s crowded workshop, the Beast’s brimming library, and more.
Belle has dreamt of adventures like the ones she reads in her books, of traveling the world outside her small town. But when Belle’s father is taken prisoner by a beast in an enchanted castle, her path is forever changed
Take turns turning over two tokens. Do either of the coloured objects match the colour of your board? If so, place the token on your board. If not, turn them back over. Children learn colours and build memory skills with this fun Ben & Holly Sorting Colour Game! Contains: 30 blocks made from real wood!
Memory cards are always a great game for children, flexing their minds while they have fun! With this Ben & Holly-themed deck, children will be even better at remembering where their favourite Ben & Holly Characters are hiding.
Roll a colour and then push or pull a matching colour block from the stack. Now place it on top. Be careful not to topple the stack!
Colour Stack improves colour matching, manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination while teaching patience.
On each of the first 7 spreads, a panel spotlights items to be found. These spreads do not require reading ability. The last spread offers parents additional look-and-find activity ideas involving color identification, counting, etc.