My First Stone Age: The Card Game is a card game version of My First...
Ticket to Ride: London features the familiar gameplay from the Ticket to...
Her best virtue is Sharing. Rosie Doll is outfitted in a fun romper in...
Farm animals play hide & seek. Who wants to help search for them? Two entertaining game ideas provide diverse educational opportunities. Eagle eyes and an elephant’s memory win this farm theme hide & seek game.
Little bear is starving! He needs your help to eat his fruits and vegetables! Arrange the servings on the plate, roll the die and use the spoon provided to feed him the food that matches the picture on the die.
What do Lilli and her friends want to wear today? Be it a skirt or short trousers, blouse or shirt, sneakers or ballet flats … inside Lilli’s wardrobe there are the most amazing clothes. But where are the stripy socks again? In the drawer or in the wardrobe?
The fun is catching with My Very First Games - Here, Fishy, Fishy! In free play, children can experiment with the fishing pole, the sea, and all the funny sea creatures! They swim happily in all directions and discover many exciting things to play with.
Various activities about feeling and touching, the beautiful, easy to grasp wooden pieces stimulate free play and foster fine motor skills. The two tactile games introduce first games with rules.
Oh dear! This animal pyramid is a really wobbly business! Only the one with sensitive fingers, who can skillfully stack the animals on each other, will win this duel.
Climbing in the Alps! Today the mountain animals want to prove how sporty they are. Who is able to place the Saint Bernard on top of the cow and then pile the groundhog and squirrel on top? Phew! But the snake also wants to wriggle to the top of the pile. What dizzy heights!
It’s springtime in the land of fairies. Flower fairy Rosalina flits all over the place scattering her magic dust ... and already the flowers near the pond and on the meadow are beginning to bud. The children help Rosalina care for the flowers and together make sure the new flowers flourish.
Cha-rades? Hey, what's that? Charades is a way of describing things without using words and by using only gestures, facial expressions and body movements. The aim of the game is to guess as many as possible of the things acted out during the game.