Count from five to one as the cheeky little monkeys jump on the bed.
Stop the alien invasion with your space shooter – a real blast from the past.
Accessible Kurling. A motivating activity for one or two players.
Memory Pairs is a simple and accessible “matching pairs” type game.
Wait for the clown to reach the target and splat him with a custard pie!
Touch the musician to make them jump to the spotlight for a fun reward.
Finger paint without the mess! For kids to explore touch with colours & sounds
Five Little Ducks went swimming one day… learn to count up from zero to five.
Which is quickest, stairs or elevator? A simple cause and effect activity.
Our work is done and it's time for fun! But can we find the correct controller?
Rock On! Learn the numbers from one to five with this great counting song.
Switch Fan, a simple sequential story activity to help to develop early language
Cell phone, a simple sequential story activity to help to develop early language
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