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Introducing our Newest Games for Kids

Introducing our Newest Games for Kids

A new year can only mean one thing: new games! We have reimagined classic games such as Backgammon, Chinese Chequers, Mancala and our exclusive Peg Art games to be enjoyed in 2022 and beyond.

Chinese Chequers

Chinese Chequers, also known as Chinese Checkers, is a 2-4 player board game. It has a round wooden board and lots of coloured pegs. Each player has 10 pegs at one of the starting points of the star.

The aim of this wooden board game is to get your pegs to the star point opposite yours - the first player to do so is the winner! A fun board game to help develop children's strategy skills, fine motor skills and hand/eye coordination. Shop Now

Backgammon

Backgammon is a classic wooden board game for two players. Each player has 15 checkers (or chips) which move around the Backgammon board based on the rolls of a pair of dice. 

Each player must move all their checkers to their home quadrants and off the board altogether. The first player to move their checker off the board, wins! An exciting way to develop the young strategic mind and hand/eye coordination skills. Shop Now

Mancala

Mancala is a two-player game where players collect more marbles than their opponent. This fun yet simple wooden board game comes with two rows of six holes and a long mancala at either end.

The Mancala game keeps on going until the players have no more marbles left, and it's their opponent's turn. Whoever collects the most marbles is the winner! Mancala helps kids to develop their counting and hand/eye coordination skills. Shop Now

Garden Art Peg Board

Little hands can choose from four garden scenes that include a bumblebee, butterfly, flowers and birds with this Garden Art Peg Board. Simply place the wooden pegs into the holes to bring the scene to life. Features 12 pegs in 8 different colours for plenty of colour choice. 

When playtime's over, the garden art scenes and pegs can be neatly stored in the compact wooden box so nothing can get lost! Peg boards are a great way for kids to develop their hand/eye coordination, dexterity and colour recognition skills. Shop Now

Jungle Crash

Who's the maths King or Queen of the jungle? Jungle Crash is similar to Jenga and comes with a mathematics twist. Mini mathematicians will go "bananas" for this maths game. Build the wall with the number bricks and place the monkey and banana on top. Push a brick onto the other player's size without making the wall tumble. Shop Now

Jacks

Our traditional metal Jacks game provides hours of entertainment. The aim of the game is to throw the ball in the air, pick up the jacks and catch the ball after it bounces - the first player to make it to round 10 is the winner.

Our Jacks Game comes with 10 silver and gold jacks as well as two red bouncy balls. Compact and lightweight, it's ideal for taking when travelling. Jacks helps kids to develop their fine motor skills and dexterity. Shop Now

Penny Push

Our Penny Push wooden board game is a modern take on the classic pub game, Shove Ha Penny. Each player shoves five pennies up the board during their turn and has to reach the lines on the board.

At the end of the turn, each penny that is between two horizontal lines and within the vertical lines gets a point. The points are recorded with chalk marks in the squares at the end or edge of the penny board. The aim of this board game is to get three chalk marks in each of the squares. Shop Now

Traditional Bingo

Get stuck into our Traditional Children's Bingo Game. Bingo is a game of chance that players of all ages can play. The game is played on a scorecard made up of 15 squares and the winner is the player who gets all their squares.

Helps to develop children's numeracy skills. Comes with wooden number chips, scorecards, a wooden bingo board and a cotton bag to store the chips in. Shop Now

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