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Category: Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education

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  • My Very First Games Building Site manager Bruno Bear needs help with building a house. Players must find matching traffic cone tiles and drive them to the construction site with the Kullerbu dump truck. Step by step, the foundations, walls, roof, and garden take shape. Finding out about what construction workers do makes every player a winner. A collaborative matching and memory game designed with 2 year olds in mind!

     

    Players: 1-4

    Time: 5 minutes

    Age: 2+

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  • Your child will love playing the My Very First Games – My First Orchard game from HABA! A specially designed version of our classic Orchard game, this is a great “first” game for toddlers! The fruit pieces are large, designed for smaller hands, and included is one sturdy basket for children to share for a cooperative game. This set can be used as both a game (with game boards and die) and also as a pretend play set of solid, wooden fruit.

    Players: 1-4

    Time: 10 minutes

    Age: 2+

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  • In free play children experiment with the fishing rod, the sea and all the sea dwellers, bringing them to life in the most imaginative way. The game with rules acquaints children with first game rules and how to apply them. Fishing with the rod fosters hand-eye coordination in particular and strengthens concentration skills.

     

    Players: 1-4

    Time: 10 minutes

    Age: 2+

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  • Shape up with the My Very First Games – Teddy’s Colors and Shapes from HABA! When delving into the carefully illustrated world of Teddy, children become acquainted with different colors and shapes through playing. The two cooperative games with rules then consolidate this knowledge. The pieces to puzzle in free play are not just fun as they also foster motor skills and the recognition of details.

     

    Players: 1 – 4

    Time: 5 minutes

    Age: 2+

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  • A family of little mice has settled in your house! The cheeky ones don’t mind stealing a few items from you to decorate their mini-home. In their absence you can’t resist the urge to peak in their windows to find out more. What happened to my ring? And where are the keys? What are they doing with my button?

    Together, the players will observe the different rooms of the house through the windows before the flashlight goes out.
    Then they need to work together to remember the location and direction of the tokens to find as many objects as possible before the little mice return!

    A cooperative game in 3 dimensions with different levels of difficulty to adapt to the age of the players.

    Players: 2 to 6

    Time: 20 minutes

    Age: 5 years old – 9 years old

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  • Rabbit Island is an exciting place. A giant golden carrot shimmers on the horizon and it’s time to harvest the carrots. Unfortunately the golden carrot and other delicious carrots are on a different island in the lake and the poor rabbits don’t know how to swim. But wait, one clever rabbit has an idea to sink big stones in the water in order to create a bridge between the islands with boards and planks!

     

    Each rabbit quickly starts to build their own bridge, and tries to be the first to reach the giant golden carrot. Unfortunately there aren’t enough boards for all the bridges, so all the rabbits need to use the same bridge pieces. A player who overestimates the length of the planks must stand still and watch the other rabbits hop past on their way to the carrot island. So pay attention and start guessing and building! Encourages spatial thinking!

     

    Players: 2-4

    Time: 15 minutes

    Age: 4+

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  • Rhino Hero is back on the job! And this time, not only does the wobbly skyscraper need to be climbed, but there will be fierce battles between four superheroes: Rhino Hero himself and three new additions: Giraffe Boy, Big E. and Batguin. Who will win the battles and successfully fend off the mean spider monkeys? A turbulent 3D stacking game and the long awaited stand-alone sequel to our Fan Favorite “Rhino Hero”.

     

    • Build a spectacular 3D cardboard skyscraper. Two different height walls create wobbly excitement. Players can even start from multiple foundations and join the towers together with bridges.
    • Rhino Hero is joined by three other action heroes and hanging spider monkeys. Includes 2 dice for hero battles when they land on the same floor.
    • Sure to be a favorite for all ages, this game plays differently every time. Includes more challenging variations for advanced gamers. 

    Players: 2 – 4

    Time: 10 – 20 minutes

    Age: 5+

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  • A snail dice game that uses the magnetic tin as part of the game!

     

    On your mark, get set…and off goes the slippery snail race in Mrs. Meyer’s vegetable garden. Draw a race card to determine which snail colors are yours, but don’t show anyone! Roll the dice with color symbols to know which snail to move and where to move it. The snails crawl over each other on the race up and over the magnetic tin to the three winner’s podiums to receive the most points.

     

    The players draw a card at the start of the game to let them know which colors of snails they want to get to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place podiums inside the tin. Roll two dice and decide which dice is for a snail and which dice is for where the snail has to go. Land on top of another snail to ‘freeze’ him in his tracks until the top one jumps off (max 2 snails on one space). Additionally once a snail lands on a space then the space turns the color of the snail! Players have fun climbing over one another and then up the sides over the top and down the other side of the tin to the podiums. But players don’t know the winner until three snails occupy the podiums and players reveal the color of snails on their cards drawn at the start of the game.

     

    Roll the dice, move the snails and be victorious!

     

    Players: 2-4

    Time: 15 minutes

    Age: 5+

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  • Can you name a carnivore with 4 feet which lives on the land? Throw the special dice and be first to find the animal with the features shown: environment, food, and number of feet. Thanks to the different dificulty levels, the game is suitable for all ages. Specific is not only an educational game – it’s also fun and lively!

     

    Players: 2 to 10

    Time: 20 minutes

    Age: 5 to 9

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