We have toys in all of these areas. This may help you make your toy selection:
Socio-dramatic play: dolls houses, role play toys, puppets, cooking,
train sets etc.
Pre-reading: matching picture and word sets, games that promote
language through discussion, sequence sets etc.
Pre-Maths and number: scales, counting frames, number boards,
games that develop number recognition and that involve simple mathematical functions.
Social sciences: toys that encourage exploration and interest
in the natural world, e.g.; animals sets, magnets, etc.
Music: a variety of musical instruments, cassettes or CD’s.
Sensory stimulation: toys for babies to handle and explore that
appeal visually, as well as through touch and sound.
Sensory motor: toys that encourage early fine motor skills and manipulation
such as nesting cups, activity boards, and push- pull toys.
Perceptual: games such as dominoes, lotto, snap and memory.
Perceptual motor: toys that encourage eye/hand coordination through
threading, stacking, hammering and construction.
Puzzles: Our range extends from 1 piece geometric puzzles to 140
piece interlocking puzzles. We also have a range of floor puzzles with large chunky
Motor: toys which promote gross motor development – ride-ons,
t-ball sets, basketball hoops, balance boards, climbing frames and rocking toys.
Conceptual and abstract reasoning: fun games that encourage logical
thought processes and encourages valuable social skills such as turn taking and