Anticipate the movement of a ball, match animals to their footprints, fix a car, balance a weeble, make sounds from letters ¬  these are among the skills that your children can discover here. These games stimulate and foster cognitive skills. Finding ideas to solve problems is already a sign of knowing how to think!

It is by manipulating objects, words, and symbols that children gradually develop their ability to understand their surroundings.

1. Balls

Playing with these ball games helps older children develop their ability to establish relationships between actions and their consequences, between where the ball is placed at the start and where it comes out in the end. Younger children will have fun trying to guess where the ball will drop and finding it.

2. Animals

The children match different animals (a frog, a cow, a snake, and a parrot) with four of their characteristics (skin, prints, number of feet, babies).
By comparing, associating, and classifying, they develop cognitive skills that give them a better understanding of their environment.


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