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Board Games

Board games play a crucial role in children’s development and growth. It helps in brain development as they help acquire logical and reasoning skills, boost critical thinking and gain spatial reasoning. It also helps in developing eye-hand coordination, wrist agility, movements, concentration, and observation.

Name of the toy: Alphabet Tray
Age: 2 to 4 years
Description: A fun, colorful & interactive way of introducing children to alphabets. Peek-a-boo underneath are the pictures hidden which represent the alphabet.

Name of the toy: Growth Sequence Tray
Age: 3 to 6 years
Description: Learn different life cycles and growth stages of these pictorial representations. Easy to understand through pictures and develop concentration and grasping skills.

Name of the Toy: National Symbols Tray
Age: 3 to 6 years
Description: This unique board puzzle helps your child to learn the national symbols of India in a easy & pictorial way which becomes easy to remember. Develops fine motor skills, hand eye coordination, general knowledge.

Name of the Toy: Mode of Transport Tray
Age: 2 to 5 years
Description: A fun & Interactive way to introduce the different modes of transport to your child. The colorful pictorial representation of the various transport modes makes it a fun learning activity and easy to grasp.

Name of the Toy: Vegetable Tray
Age: 2 to 5 years
Description: What a fun way to introduce your children to the world of vegetables. A pictorial description of their daily food will help them enjoy the learning process, develop hand eye coordination, improve general knowledge, concentration and observation skills.

Name of the Toy: Clothes- Girl knob with tray
Age: 2 to 4 years
Description: Learn different types & styles of clothes of girls in this interesting and colorful tray. The knobs help the children to get a fine grip of the pieces.

Name of the toy: Clothes- Boy knob with tray
Age: 2 to 4 years
Description: Learn different types & styles of clothes of boys in this interesting colorful tray. The knobs help the children to get a fine grip of the pieces.

Name of the Toy: Flower Tray with knob
Age: 2 to 5 years
Description: This puzzle is designed to develop hand and eye coordination. The knobs help little ones to get a grip onto the pieces. Develops fine motor skills, general knowledge, finger grip, observation, concentration & patience.

Name of the Toy: Wild Animals with knob tray
Age: 2 to 5 years
Description: This Wild Animal Knobs tray is a fine puzzle which is designed to develop hand eye coordination & the recognition of simple shapes while putting the knobbed pieces back in the cavities. These knobs also make the puzzle ideal for children with impaired motor skills.

Name of the toy: Bird Tray
Age: 2 to 4 years
Description: Make it interesting for your child to learn birds with their pictorial depiction. The knobs help little ones to get a grip onto the pieces. Develops fine motor skills, general knowledge, finger grip, observation, concentration & patience.

Name of the toy: Vehicle chunky piece puzzle
Age: 1.5 to 3 years
Description: A great toy to introduce your toddler to different vehicles. The puzzle board comes with 7 vehicle designs in 9 puzzle pieces. The puzzle pieces are chunky enough to be used as a part of pretend and play. These puzzles are apt for developing hand eye coordination, fine motor skills, patience and observation.

Name of the toy: Pets chunky piece puzzle
Age: 1.5 to 3 years
Description: 8 piece wooden puzzle featuring pets. The pieces stand up for use as manipulative or play pieces. Chunky wooden pieces are easy for little hands to grasp. Full Color pictures beneath the pieces offer visual clues. Encourages hand eye coordination and imaginative play

Name of the toy: Chunky piece puzzle – Tool Set
Age: 1.5 to 4 years
Description: If you want to introduce your kids to home improvement tools then this peg puzzle is ideal. The puzzle pieces are large enough for young kids to grasp and include tools such as a handsaw, 2 screwdrivers, a hammer, a steel tape measure, an adjustable wrench and a pair of pliers. It is large enough for your young ones to handle. It’s also great for make- believe play.

Name of the toy: Number puzzle
Age: 1.5 to 3.5 year
Description: Learn numbers in a fun and attractive way. The peg puzzle makes it easier for the little ones to grasp the numbers.

Name of the toy: Shapes board game
Age: 1.5 to 3 years
Description: A simple and easy way to introduce your toddlers to shapes. Let them put the pieces in the cavities on their own and learn some fine motor skills, improve hand eye coordination and patience.

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Name of the toy: India Map Puzzle
Age: 4 to 6 years
Description: Know about your country and its states with this great puzzle. Great way to learn with fun. Enhances knowledge and instills self confidence. Develops visual and memory skills.

Name of the toy: Construction site puzzle with tray
Age: 3 to 6 years
Description: Is your little one fascinated with JCB’s and trucks? If yes, then this is a perfect puzzle for your child. Various construction vehicles in one puzzle will make them curious and enhance their general knowledge, also improving patience

Name of the toy: African Plains Social Safari Puzzle
Age: 3 to 6 years
Description: The sun must be stteling on the Savannah but this 24 piece puzzle provides fun at any time of the day. With a hippo in the watering hole and a flamingo in flight, assembling this jigsaw reveals part of african life with every piece. Comes packaged in a wooden tray

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Name of the toy: Barnyard puzzle with tray
Age: 3 to 6 years
Description: Kids will love putting together this 24 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle to reveal a busy barn scene that is bursting with colourful farm animals. When the puzzle is complete, the jigsaw stores neatly in it’s sturdy wooden puzzle board.

Name of the toy: Farm Animals with Environment wooden puzzle
Age: 2 to 4 years
Description: Children learn about domestic animals along with other things around us as they have fun putting these puzzles together while also improving their visualization skills, concentration, memory and creativity, also improving cognitive skills of the child.