Each game has three difficulty levels, on each a child can choose from number of examples.
We wanted to give parents a tool that will allow them to get their pre-school kids ready for the challenges that formal schooling brings. When going to school, every child should be able to demonstrate certain social, emotional and mind skills that will let it benefit the class environment to the fullest . We have divided all games into the following categories:
- LOGICAL REASONING AND MEMORY (Baloon)
- OBJECTS’ COMPARISON (Doll, Teddy Bear, Car, Baloon, Puppet)
- PATTERN SPOTTING (Baloon, Puppet)
- VISUAL ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS (Doll, Teddy Bear, Car, Baloon, Puppet)
- COUNTING (Piggy Bank)
- BODY AND SPATIAL AWARENESS (Teddy Bear, Train)
- GRAPHOMOTOR SKILLS - combination of cognitive, perceptual and motor skills which enable a person to write. (Train, Painter’s Set)
Assess and improve your children’ development. We believe that every child is special and that with the right guidance, anything is possible. Here is a short description of each of the games to give you an idea on how to plan your time together and what aspects of your children’ behaviour and abilities you should pay more attention to.
You need to complete the puzzle with appropriate elements. It stimulates visual perception which is crucial in reading, writing and counting skills
A set of easy games introducing a child into the world of writing. Before you can write your GCSE’s you need to learn the basics of proper letter formation. Once you get that sorted, further writing is much easier.
A simple way for your child to enjoy maths! It will help to grasp the idea of converting, numbers’ comparison, counting and numerals
Is it the same as…? Children need to identify a given element in a set of different pictures. An absolutely essential ability in writing, reading and number operations
A simple recipe to teach a child how to put together similar elements according to a given instruction. It will help to crystalise the concepts of: small, tall, big, short etc. Additional benefit is the ability to learn to start tasks from the left hand side that is needed in reading and writing.
Under this symbol, you can find games that will train the skill of objects’ silhouette differentiation. It will help to develop observation skills as well as visual perception
A classic set of games known as memo. Helps to progress children’ iconic, short-term and visual memory. Trains reflex and the ability to associate objects with names. At each level, the difficulty rises, ensuring the right amount of stimulation.
Find a difference. Each game contains two pictures that are apparently the same. The task is to find and mark them. Advances perceptiveness and concentration.
A classic coulouring game in which you have to fill the picture using virtual crayons. Best for recognising colours, objects naming and precision training.
▶Wise and entertaining gameplay
▶ Large variety of available games
▶ Adjust the difficulty level to the child’s age
▶ Created by professionals
▶ Great way to keep your kids occupied whilst learning
▶ Google Play Optimisation: runs perfectly on any Android device.