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A Year in the Forest - Puzzle Parents and Children

A Year in the Forest - Puzzle Parents and Children

Emilia Dziubak

Age: 2+
Rights sold to: Lithuania
SELLING POINTS:
  • learning about animals
  • big elements
  • practicing observation
DESCRIPTION:

A bear and a bear cub, a boar and a shoat, a parent and a child – they are the same but a bit different at the same time. Help the children find their parents and see how different they are!

A Year in the Forest Puzzle Parents and Children is a 2-piece puzzle  set for children aged 2 years and more. Pictures present 10 animal pairs: a parent and a child. This set encourages kids to learn about the inhabitants of the forest, teaches the distinctions between animals in different ages and helps convey important information about them.

As a result, children develop their observation skills and broaden their knowledge about animals.

Box size: 70 x 135 x 135 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 20 elements
  • rulebook
A Year in the Forest - Memo

A Year in the Forest - Memo

Emilia Dziubak

Age: 2+
Rights sold to: Lithuania-
SELLING POINTS:
  • learning about animals
  • big elements
  • practicing memory
DESCRIPTION:

The forest has many inhabitants – bigger, smaller, running, flying, spiky or furry. Do you know them all? Let’s play and look for pairs of animals!

A Year in the Forest Memo contains 12 pairs of forest animals like a boar, a bear, a badger or a hedgehog. This set helps children learn about animals living in the forest. It is also a perfect tool for discovering the looks and characteristics of specific animals, which helps develop the child’s vocabulary and knowledge.

Box size: 70 x 135 x 135 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 24 elements
  • rulebook
Look Closely. A Year in the Kindergarten

Look Closely. A Year in the Kindergarten

Przemysław Liput

Age: 5-105
SELLING POINTS:
  • practicing observation
  • recognizing colors and shapes
  • each card presents a detailed picture
DESCRIPTION:

Brushing teeth, a duel of knights, conquest of space – experience an exciting day with other kids in the kindergarten. Look closely at what happened to them while they were playing together. Can you see something in the picture that is in a specific color or shape? This seemingly easy task may turn out to be quite a challenge, even for the adults! Watch carefully and hurry up – whoever is first wins!

Look closely. A year in the Kindergarten is a card game for 2-5 players aged 5 years and more. During gameplay players reveal cards and simultaneously check the picture for elements in a specific color or shape. This exciting game, which develops observation skills and the ability to recognize colors and shapes, is an interesting challenge for both
children and adults!

Box size: 135 x 189 x 41 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 48 big cards
  • rulebook
Felix and Gustav play with syllables

Felix and Gustav play with syllables

Marcin Dudek

Age: 5-105
SELLING POINTS:
  • learning to read using the syllable method
  • practicing observation
  • beautiful pictures
DESCRIPTION:

Mon-key, ti-ger, di-no-saur. Do you know syllables? Do you like to play with them? Felix and Gustav invite you to play and create words out of syllables! Look for the right tiles, match them together and practice creating your first words.

Felix and Gustav play with syllables is an educational game for 1-4 players aged 5 years and more. It lets children practice reading two and three syllable words using the syllable method. The included rulebook contains 7 game variants with different difficulty levels. This set will make learning to read very enjoyable for everyone!

Box size: 205 x 250 x 40 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 4 boards
  • 48 double-sided
  • tiles with syllables
  • 48 double-sided
  • tiles with pictures
  • 12 special tiles
  • tile separator
  • rulebook
Paddy Opposities

Paddy Opposities

Marta Galewska-Kustra

Age: 2+
SELLING POINTS:
  • learning opposites
  • developing the ability to describe
  • matching exercise
DESCRIPTION:

Hungry - full, dry – wet, warm – cold. Learning the meaning of adjectives and adverbs, as well as comparing them against their opposites, is a vital skill which has a great impact on the ability to communicate. Therefore, it is very important to practice it as early as possible.

Paddy Opposities is a 2-piece puzzle set for children aged 2 years and more. Pictures represent opposites which closely relate to the child’s everyday life. Matching opposites and finding the right picture helps the child understand the presented concepts which become much clearer when they are put in contrast with each other. This is especially helpful in case of states that are hard to illustrate in a precise manner.

This seemingly easy task stimulates thinking and teaches terms that are often ambiguous and abstract (for example healthy – sick).


Box size: 70 x 135 x 135 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 20 elements
  • Rulebook
Paddy What’s missing?

Paddy What’s missing?

Marta Galewska-Kustra

Age: 2+
SELLING POINTS:
  • practicing observation
  • developing logical thinking skills
DESCRIPTION:

What is missing on the plate? What do you need to wear on your head while riding a bike? What is useful in a sandbox? Help Paddy find the missing elements necessary for playing!

Paddy What’s missing? is a 2-piece puzzle set for children aged 2 years and more. Pictures show Paddy in different situations in which something is missing… Children should look closely at the pictures, think what could be missing and match the right object.

It is a seemingly easy task, but requires focusing attention on the pictures and stimulates thinking. This puzzle set also provides an opportunity for playing many games with varied difficulty levels.

Box size: 70 x 135 x 135 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 20 elements
  • Rulebook
Paddy What fits here?

Paddy What fits here?

Marta Galewska-Kustra

Age: 2+
SELLING POINTS:
  • ability to match elements to specific situations
  • practicing focusing attention
  • developing observation skills
DESCRIPTION:

What is useful for the evening toilet? What to wear for a walk? A hat, a sandwich or maybe a towel? Match the right elements to everyday activities together with Paddy!

Paddy What fits here? is a puzzle set for children aged 2 years and more. It consists of 5 pictures showing everyday situations (eating, washing, dressing up, etc.) and 20 elements depicting items that match these activities (sandwich, toothbrush, hat, etc.). The child should watch the main picture, find the items that match and put them together.

It is a seemingly easy task, but requires focusing attention on the pictures, develops observation and speaking skills as well as stimulates thinking. This puzzle set also provides an opportunity for playing many games with varied difficulty levels.

Box size: 70 x 135 x 135 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 5 elements showing different situations
  • 20 elements depicting items
  • Rulebook
Paddy Where should we put that?

Paddy Where should we put that?

Marta Galewska-Kustra

Age: 2-6
SELLING POINTS:
  • learning prepositions in an enjoyable way
  • developing spatial orientation
  • strengthening the habit of keeping things in order
DESCRIPTION:

An airplane, an umbrella, a spoon, a blanket, slippers – where do they all belong? In the kitchen, bathroom or in the living room? Should we put them on the shelf, near the hanger or maybe under the bed? Help Paddy put all items in the right places!

Boards show different rooms where all items need to be put in the right places (for example ON the table in the living room, UNDER the chair in the kitchen, IN the box) according to the instructions in the rulebook or as instructed by the caretaker. Exactly as the title suggests: Paddy Where should we put that? This is a great way for a child to learn prepositions and describe the localization of specific items in relation to each other. It also develops a good habit of placing items where they belong.

What is more, the set includes 5 cardboard characters which can be used while playing!

Box size: 200 x 250 x 35 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 6 boards with rooms
  • 36 tokens
  • 5 standing characters
  • rulebook

AWARDS:
  • Kid’s Time Star
Paddy What do you hear?

Paddy What do you hear?

Marta Galewska-Kustra

Age: 2+
SELLING POINTS:
  • discovering the world through sounds
  • exercising speaking and matching elements
  • big picture (57,5 x 38,7 cm when complete)
DESCRIPTION:

A dog barks, a bee buzzes and a squirrel munches on a nut! Paddy and Maisie went for a walk to take a closer look at the surrounding world. They stopped near a big tree to hear the sounds of nature. Prick up your ears together with them and listen to birds singing, ants stomping, squirrels munching or wind humming.

Paddy What do you hear? includes 12 big cardboard puzzle pieces depicting a beautiful tree with its many inhabitants. These big elements are suitable even for the youngest puzzle enthusiasts.

Box size: 200 x 250 x 35 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 12 big puzzle pieces
AWARDS:
  • Child-friendly World – main prize
Paddy Saturday with the family

Paddy Saturday with the family

Marta Galewska-Kustra

Age: 2+
SELLING POINTS:
  • supporting the development of speech
  • first steps in learning to read
  • developing the skill of naming the surroundings
DESCRIPTION:

Saturday! It’s a great opportunity for the whole family to have a nice time together. What is the Paddy family going to do today? Maybe they will visit their grandma and grandpa, go for a walk or the kids will have a bubble bath? Find out for yourself!

Each element in Paddy Saturday with the family shows a different part of the day in Paddy’s family. They all create a series of images showing the course of the whole day.

You can use the pictures to play with children in many ways and exercise different skills, such as listening comprehension, understanding sequences of events, telling a story, logical thinking, memory or observation.

Box size: 135 x 135 x 135 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 15 elements
  • story
  • rulebook

AWARDS:
  • Child-friendly World – main prize
Paddy First activities

Paddy First activities

Marta Galewska-Kustra

Age: 1-3
SELLING POINTS:
  • supporting the development of speech
  • first steps in learning to read
  • developing the skill of naming the surroundings
DESCRIPTION:

What does a cat do? What animal does “moo moo"? Where is “cluck cluck"? Discover the world together with Paddy using onomatopoeia.

Paddy First activities is a set created specifically for children aged 12 months and more. Onomatopoeic expressions can be pronounced by children as young as 1 year and constitute a very important element of speech development. The pictures are packaged in a beautiful box and provide various opportunities for playing: naming different objects, repeating and recognizing onomatopoeic expressions, searching for specific objects among the cardboard pictures and many more. This set can also be used as an aid during the child’s first steps in learning to read.

Box size: 135 x 135 x 135 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 20 pictures
  • 20 captions
  • rulebook with 6 playing scenarios
Paddy Dominoes

Paddy Dominoes

Marta Galewska-Kustra

Age: 2-9
SELLING POINTS:
  • double-sided domino tiles (characters and dots)
  • classic game which can be used in many ways
  • matching exercise
DESCRIPTION:

A classic domino in a Paddy-inspired version! Practice matching elements together with your favorite characters and learn how to play one of the classic board games. 

On one side of each tile in Paddy Dominoes there is a simple domino with images for younger children (images also include captions that can support the child’s first steps in learning to read), while the other side shows the classic version with dots that can be used to practice counting.

Box size: 135 x 135 x 135 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 28 elements (6 x 12 cm)
  • Rulebook
Plus Minus. Learning to Count

Plus Minus. Learning to Count

Marcin Dudek

Age: 7-107
SELLING POINTS:
  • learning to subtract and add up to 10
  • learning about characteristics of numbers (even, odd, etc.)
  • 3 game modes
DESCRIPTION:

Mathematics – the queen of science! Counting is an incredibly important skill, so it’s recommended to start practicing it as early as possible. The best way to learn is through play – it’s useful and enjoyable!
 
Plus Minus. Learning to Count is a math card game for 2-4 players aged 7 years and more. Players can use it to practice basic math skills, such as adding, subtracting, distinguishing between odd and even or bigger and smaller numbers. The included rulebook contains 3 modes, which will let the players enjoy the game on different difficulty levels.

Box size: 135 x 189 x 41 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 45 “add" cards
  • 45 “subtract" cards
  • 20 objective cards
  • rulebook
Syl-la-bles. Learning to Read

Syl-la-bles. Learning to Read

Agnieszka Łubkowska

Age: 7-12
SELLING POINTS:
  • learning about syllables
  • and consonants
  • learning to read using the syllable method
  • developing creativity and vocabulary
DESCRIPTION:

Reading is a vital skill and it’s almost impossible to live without it. Therefore, it is recommended to start practicing it in an easy and enjoyable way as early as possible. We propose learning through a game, which not only supports reading, but also develops creativity!

Syl-la-bles. Learning to Read is a language card game for 2-5 players aged 7 years and more. It is a great way for the players to practice recognizing letters or syllables and creating words out of them. These activities support children in learning to read using the syllable method – the fastest and the most effective technique for learning this important skill. The included rulebook contains 4 modes, which will let the players enjoy the game on different difficulty levels.

Box size: 135 x 189 x 41 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 55 syllable cards
  • 55 consonant cards
  • rulebook
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