Cognition & Games

  • $8.50

    Vinyl Fish


    6 colours/ 5 pieces each. Total 30 pieces.

    For sorting, colour recognition, patterning skills, transferring using tongs, chopsticks, spoon, tweezers etc.

  • $69.90

    Weight Boxes


    Hold and feel the weight and match them.

  • $68.50

    WePlay Learning Cube


    6 panels can be connected into a larger play platform or assembled into a cube and thus offer 2D or 3D games. 3 shapes of blocks for basic shape recognition, including circles, triangles, squares and stars The shape blocks at 3 colors and 3 heights offer the concet of height and sequence The mirror panel stimulates visual exploration The number and dot panels introduce numeral concept

  • $35.50

    What Are They Thinking?


    What Are They Thinking? contains 60 clever photos to improve your students’ inferencing and reasoning skills. All the people and animals in these fun cards have a “thought bubble” above their heads. Students use the cues in the photos to deduce what the person or animal in the photo is thinking. You may also use the cards to encourage conversational speech or as writing prompts. Cards are 3″ x 4″. Game ideas/content cards. Picture card set also includes a content card in six languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, and Chinese.

  • $72.50

    What Are They Thinking?


    An inspiring and creative resource for developing empathy, understanding feelings and recognizing emotions, ColorCards®: What Are They Thinking? is designed to stimulate animated discussion. These imaginative photocards provide an innovative way of initiating conversation with individuals and groups and are also useful for creative writing with all ages. The user imagines what the people are thinking and how they may feel in a similar situation, then fills in the speech bubble either verbally or in writing. Some cards show just one person, others show a child or adult reacting to the speech or behavior of other people.

    The cards may be used in any order or context, but they have been grouped with suggestions for use under the following categories:

    Dealing with trouble
    Tests and achievement
    Being left out

    ColorCards®: What Are They Thinking? can be used to focus on:

    Verbal and non-verbal language
    The relationship between thoughts and feelings
    Recognizing that speech and behavior affect other people
    The influences on thoughts and feelings of factors such as surprise, stress and confrontation
    Caring Attitudes

  • $35.50

    What Doesn’t Belong?


    Learning to discriminate which items don't belong in a group takes reasoning and problem solving. Children categorize 36 everyday objects, animals and actions into groups. Includes a list of suggested categories, with a list of the cards that belong to each category. The cards attach to laminated pages with hook and loop dots. Scattered between the pages are additional exercises and activities. This is really a great set that students enjoy.

    Pages measure 8.½” x 7.½”, cards measure 2″ x 2″.

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    What Would You Do At Home If…..


    Help your students make good choices in and around the home with Super Duper’s What Would You Do At Home If… Fun Deck. Students learn how to solve problems, understand cause/effect relationships, and practice good social skills. 56 total cards with game ideas. Cards measure 2 ½” x 3 ½” and are stored in a sturdy storage tin.

  • $23.50

    What Would You Do? In a Jar


    “What would you do?” scenarios help preschool and primary-age kids develop decision-making skills with this go-anywhere and easy-to-use jar.

  • $32.90

    What Z’it Puzzle


    Thirteen chunky, geometrically-shaped pieces fit together into a square frame in this colorful, wooden brainteaser puzzle. To add even more fun and challenge, the included templates challenge you to stack the chunky little blocks together into three-dimensional puzzles, too!

  • $2.00

    Wiggle Snake


    Hold the tip of this snake and watch it wiggle away. Play with a friend and watch the two snakes wiggle wiggle away.
    Sold individually

  • $35.50

    Wood Blocks 100 pieces


    Melissa & Doug 100 Piece Wood Blocks Set comes in four colors and nine shapes. Your little builder will delight in stacking, building, and knocking down in countless colorful combinations, and you'll know your child is gaining invaluable practice with fine motor skills and dexterity, color and shape recognition, and pre-math skills. Recommended for age 3 years.

    Melissa & Doug 100 Piece Wood Blocks Set

  • $24.50

    Wood Nuts & Bolts with Pattern Cards


    Hand/Eye coordination – Being able to line up and place the nuts on the bolts and the bolts through the holes.
    – Color recognition – Kids need to recognize the differences in the colors in order to place the nut on the matching bolt.
    – Fine motor – Practicing using fine motor pincer grasp in order to manipulate the bolts. Builds hand muscles and dexterity which are essential for a proper pencil grasp.

  • $27.50

    Wooden ABC/123 Blocks


    Melissa & Doug Wooden ABC/123 Blocks (50 pcs) is a wonderful set of 50 traditionally styled alphabet blocks features charming hand-painted artwork. Hours of timeless block play await your toddler! Solid wood blocks with a colorful collection of pictures, letters and numbers encourage matching, stacking, sequencing and sorting. A tremendous value that will last for years! Conveniently stores in an included pouch.

  • $44.50

    Wooden Connectibles


    Connect these brightly painted wood manipulatives in limitless ways. Slots connect in every direction to form any 3 dimensional or flat multi linked designs.

  • $26.50

    Wooden Farm Scene


    Around 50 pieces of wooden farm scene for sorting, patterning, sand play, pretend play or simply as objects for conversation.

  • $22.50

    Wooden Flexible Robot


    These wooden robot toys have a flexible head, arms and legs, all connected with stretchy cord allowing you to move the arms legs and head into a variety of poses.

    These wooden robot toys are supplied individually in assorted colours and designs.

    11cm tall
    Made from wood
    Assorted designs and colours
    Sold individually and randomly selected
    Suitable for children aged 3+

  • $4.50

    Wooden IQ Brain Teaser


    This challenging brain teaser suits young and old. The goal is to break apart and assemble back, improves divergent thinking and patience.
    Material: Wood
    Size:  9 cm

  • $21.50

    Wooden Manipulative


    Colorful Wooden intellectual toy 5 pillars blocks set colors and shapes recognition
    Color: colorful
    Material: wood
    Package Dimension: 16x6x16 cm
    Suitable for: 2 years old
    Weight: 0.5 kg
    Package Includes:1 Set.
    The material is wood, itself may have marks or cracks, if the item have a little flaw,hope you can understand! Thank you very much!

  • $29.90

    Wooden Pattern Blocks


    Explore and analyze geometric shapes, dimensions and spatial relationships with these brightly coloured wooden blocks.125pieces

  • $29.50

    Wooden Pattern Blocks with Board


    Matching geometric fun. 120 pieces geometric shapes for copy patterns and creative designs.

  • $8.50

    Wooden Soldier Puppet


    Fun hand strengthening toy using both hands to move the puppet.  Randomly selected.

  • $3.50

    Wooden Tangram 4.5″

  • $5.20

    Wooden Tangram 6″

  • $6.50

    Wooden Vehicle


    10cm wooden vehicle. Sold individually

  • $69.50

    Word FLIPS


    Word FLiPS with REAL words (and pictures) is a must for children with limited speech, unintelligible speech, and/or childhood apraxia of speech! Teach functional vocabulary words, such as greetings and requests (for example, “hi,” “go,” and “bye”) while practicing up to three repetitions of sound sequences.
    Word FLiPS includes three sections of identical picture words with four tabs in each section that divide the words according to articulatory placement: Bilabial, Alveolar, Velar, and Palatal. Begin teaching severely unintelligible children by having them repeat identical earlier developing sounds, such as “boo-boo-boo.” Older or more verbal children can practice a variety of sequences, such as “tie-tea-shoe” as a warm-up to practicing sentences.
    The words in Word FLiPS can also be combined to form other words (for example, “tie-knee” can be combined to form the word “tiny”). Word FLiPS includes a list of words and phrases that can be produced using the “flips,” and suggestions for activities to make practice fun and motivating! Word FLiPS is 12″ x 6 ½”.

  • $11.50

    Write On/Wipe Off Dice


    Empty jumbo dice for filling up anything you are teaching: numbers, words, letters, equations etc.

  • $52.50

    ZOOB 125


    Includes 125 Colorful ZOOB Pieces in a durable plastic storage tub and 5 instruction guides, for basic connections & 20 creations
    Recommended for children 6 years of age and older