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Wooden Puzzle of the administrative map of Ghana with all 16 regions. Children (and adults) learn the names of the regions and their capitals while fixing the pieces in the right place. They also learn the different sizes and locations of the regions, and basic map reading skills. It’s a fun family game which is also suitable for schools, clubs and libraries.₵60.00₵60.00
A wooden game that contains cut-out letters and their frames. Children familiarise themselves with the letters, recognise their shapes and slot them in the correct frame. Each frame has a baseline for the child to place them in the correct position.
The set contains all letters of the English alphabet, with two copies each of the vowels. This allows for word formation, especially of consonant-vowel-consonant words for phonics blending exercises.₵45.00₵45.00
A cloth bag containing cut-out letters made of wood. The set contains all letters of the English alphabet with two copies each of the vowels. It can be used for word formation and practicing of blending skills when a child learns to read through phonics.
Suitable for kindergartens and home.₵35.00₵35.00
A cloth bag containing cut-out numbers made of wood. The set also contains counters and mathematical symbols. It can be used for early mathematics, to teach quantities and number values as well as basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Suitable for kindergarten and home.₵35.00₵35.00
A set of ten (10) wooden puzzles that match a number and a visual representation in ones and tens (decimal system). The numbers are between 1 and 100.
Children learn to understand place value, counting in tens and the logic of the decimal system. Appropriate for children in KG and lower primary who are learning numbers up to 100.
It can be used at home and at school. Also suitable for clubs and libraries.₵40.00₵40.00
A wooden puzzle that teaches five different shapes and four basic colours. Appropriate for pre-schoolers. The pieces can be taken out for the child to fix them in the correct slot. The pieces have knobs, which develops the three-finger grip (pencil grip) in preparation for writing.
Product contains small pieces and children below the age of 3 need adult supervision to prevent the risk of choking.₵50.00₵50.00
A set of wooden puzzles that form phonetic three-letter words. A child picks a piece with a picture on it, pronounces the first letter/sound, and identifies the middle and end letters/sounds.
The set contains fifteen (15) words, divided by colour in three sets of five words each. Suitable for home and school, for beginning readers to practice blending and word building skills.₵45.00₵45.00