Fitting on the head like headphones, the Forbrain Headset is an auditory feedback device to improve auditory and sensory processing. While this auditory feedback occurs naturally, Forbrain expedites the process with greater clarity. After it filters out the outside noise, the key to this headset is bone conduction technology, which delivers the sound vibrations of your own voice directly to your nervous system and brain, bypassing the ears for more immediate auditory feedback.
Color Clash is a game of matching colored tiles, but it is not so simple…each of the 36 Color Clash tiles has 3 attributes: a picture of a differently colored chameleon, a word that refers to a specific color, and a color that the word is written in. This is a game of visual perception and speed that challenges your mind to recognize the color a word is written in when it spells another color, also known as the “Stroop Effect.” Color Clash includes 8 variations of game play in the instruction booklet for a plethora of play value.
Crab Stack is a game of strategy and problem solving to keep crabs crawling across the game board. Players will have to pin down other crabs and use the Wave Rule as they maneuver around the board in order to be the last crab crawling! Players must focus and attend to every move because as the game progresses, there are less and less options to move crabs across the board. “Crawl smart or get swept away!”
Game of visual perception and cognitive reaction to stack the rings or “scoop the loops.” The goal of this game is to be the first to stack different colored rings on your thumb based on the order shown on a challenge card. The challenge cards will require each player to figure out just how many rings of each color they need to scoop for that round. Different variations of play make this a versatile game that is fun for kids of all ages.
Wink is a game of strategy that encourages social interaction through gameplay. The objective of the game is to stealthily wink at your secret partner without being caught by the other players. Your secret partner is determined by whether or not you have the matching card he is looking for. With an ever changing game board composed of randomly laid wink cards, this is a game that can be played over and over again.
IKOS is a three-dimensional puzzle unlike many others. Fully assembled, the IKOS pieces come together to form a sphere, but that is just the start of its endless number of creations. The puzzle allows children to employ their creativity to make new and unique creations with the three-dimensional puzzle pieces without explicit instructions. The pieces are paintable and interchangeable for many adaptations through play for people of all ages and abilities.
The Motor Skill Universal Set is a collection of toys as tools that are designed to target fine and gross motor skills during playtime activities. The blocks, rods, hoops, bean bags and other pieces are ideal for active play. While it comes with an activity guide full of suggested activities, with a nearly endless number of possible combinations, Weplay’s Motor Skill Universal Set can be used for any number of activities.
This customizable and interactive toy puts a new spin on a classic game of ring toss. Twiggle Toss includes a rocking base, Y-shaped twig, rings and bean bags which allows children to customize game for many levels of play. As a tossing game—choosing either the rings or bean bags—Twiggle Toss is designed to target visual perception and hand-eye coordination.
A matching game that pairs together fun and education! Miniland Educational has developed a new “Learning Values” edition to the Pair Game. With 12 different activity cards that range from “friends of the world” to “traffic safety,” it is a new game each time kids play. Pair Game: Learning Values goes beyond a simple memory and matching game, introducing kids to a variety of social and emotional concepts such as race, anatomy and good behavior.
A new spin on the traditional “piggy” bank splits the Money Savvy Generation banks into four different sections: save, spend, donate and invest. The banks allow kids to begin their personal finance education at a young age by learning the different and important roles of money. Each bank comes with a guide for expanded financial education.