School is almost out!
The school year is coming to end and the summer vacation is getting closer every day. On the last day of school your kid says goodbye to a year full of knowledge, fun and playful memories. You can only thank one person for that: the teacher.
This year you don’t want to give flowers, chocolate or a coffee mug. You want to come up with something original! But you have no clue what? Surprise your teacher with a SmartGames puzzle game.
The games of SmartGames aren’t just fun, but they also teach essential skills to children. While playing SmartGames, children do learn cognitive, social and language skills, and build self-confidence needed to overcome low self-esteem. SmartGames also fit perfectly in a classroom. A great gift, don’t you think? We give you a few fun suggestions.
Stack it up, one tile at a time! Pick one of the 100 challenges, then stack a rack of tiles to recreate the exact composition presented by your challenge! Colour Code is suitable for children from 5 years and was awarded as Toy of the Year.
Pull a rabbit out of the box! With Bunny Boo, young children from the age of two can explore the fascinating world of 2D and 3D space. Bunny Boo is a fantastic and fun introduction to concepts such as above/below, inside/outside, visible/hidden, etc. Bunny Boo has won several awards and is indispensable in class.
Squirrels Go Nuts
Can you move the squirrels around and hide their acorns underground? Squirrels Go Nuts is a sliding puzzle game with 60 nutty challenges to test your skills. Due to the handy format you can easily and quickly put the game away after playing. A great game for children from 6 years.
Cube Puzzler Go
Can you build a cube from the 7 colourful puzzle pieces? Put your spatial insight, logic and deduction skills to work as you create cubes to solve each challenge! Cube Puzzler GO’s case doubles as an attractive tray to play the game. Open the transparent cube to transform it from a storage case into a game board.
Can you place all puzzle pieces on the game board so that the mice look through the holes in the cheese? Sometimes holes stay empty, but half-holes are not permitted in the solutions, except on the edge of the square. Guaranteed fun and learning! Handy magnets and a game board that snaps shut keep all the pieces in place.