Think Fun ThinkFun Shape By Shape
ThinkFun Shape By Shape Shape By Shape is an advanced Tangram-style game, made more difficult because you also fill in the frame around each shape you make. With 60 challenges, Shape By Shape is a great introduction to conceptual thinking a...nd spatial relationships. Product Dimensions: 5.25 (L) x 1.75 (W) x 8 (H) Age: 8 years and up Recommended Ages:8 and up Read More
Teach Your Kids to Program Before They Learn To Read? Robot Turtles has a sneaky way of teaching kids ? as young as preschoolers -... the basics of programming. Inspired by the Logo programming language, the goal is for kids to get their turtle to a matching colored jewel. While kids get to be the programmers and have all the control, grownups act as the computer, following commands and making all sorts of goofy bops and beeps along the way. And, since Robot Turtles is played offline, it also allows for some good old-fashioned family game time! Manufacturer's Suggested Age: 4 Years and UpIncludes: Boards, Tiles, CardsMaterial: Cardboard, CardstockPlaying Time: 30 MinutesNumber of Players: 2-5 PlayersLevel of Difficulty: BeginnerBattery: no battery usedRelease Date: June 13, 2014 Read More
Play Bingo with a zing with this Zingo game. Kids will learn image/word recognition with the pictures on the cards and will learn ...to match and verbalize. Their concentration, memory and motor skills will continue to improve each time they play. It's Bingo with a zing Pictures instead of numbers Teaches image/word recognition, matching, verbalization, concentration, memory and motor skills Includes Zingo tile dispenser, 72 picture tiles, and 8 double-sided cards Imported Awards: 2002 Oppenheim Girl Toy of the Year2002 National Parenting Center Seal of Approval 2002 Parents Magazine Parents' Choice Award Manufacturer's Suggested Age: 4 Years and UpFeatures: Travel SizeIncludes: CardsMaterial: Cardboard, PlasticPlaying Time: 30 Minutes or LessNumber of Players: 2 or More PlayersLevel of Difficulty: BeginnerGame Board Dimensions: 8.0 " L x 5.0 " W Read More
Fit all four cubes into the box so they sit flush with the rim.
Shoot the arrow out of the front of the tray without removing the 3 planks.
Separate the four puzzle pieces and put them back together again.
Arrange the four puzzle pieces to build a four-sided pyramid.
Spill the four Ts out and fit them into the smaller frame.
Spill the eight pieces and reassemble them in the rectangular frame on the opposite side.
The only way this egg comes is over hard! This classic has been mystifying puzzle-lovers for over a century. You must create the s...ilhouette images displayed in the challenge book using the nine colorful metal and enamel pieces. Truly a handsome piece; ideal for your coffee table or desktop. Contains: Nine brightly colored enamel and metal puzzle pieces, challenge book with 36 challenges and solutions, attractive black base with space to store booklet. Read More