Our giant games are a great way to get children outside to play with peers, family members or other care givers whilst concurrently developing their social and motor skills, and even early mathematical skills. Playing giant games such as tumbling towers or the bean toss game teaches children about turn taking…. early mathematical skills whilst counting items in 3 or 4 in a row or how many pins have been knocked over.
We all remember Jenga© growing up and the skill involved to remove blocks without the tower tumbling down. Our tumbling towers are a giant version of Jenga©, best played outside a group of friends or with the whole family. Children are able to develop motor skills and the concentration required to carefully remove blocks and replace them on the stack without it falling over.
Constructed from: Pinewood
Dimensions: 50 Pieces – 18cm x 6cm x 3.7cm each
BEAN TOSS GAMES
Children are able to develop their motor and accuracy skills whilst playing the bean toss games as they learn the best way to toss the bean bag, and from the most appropriate distance, to get their bean bag through the holes.
Constructed From: Ply & Pinewood
Dimensions: Bean Toss 90cm x 60cm Price: $158
Mini Bean Toss 60cm x 45cm Price: $60
TIC TAC TOE
Another giant version of good ol’ naughts and crosses. Early mathematical skills are developed whilst learning to place the naughts and crosses in patterns of three in a row to win the game.
Constructed From: MDF
Dimensions: 80cm x 80cm
FOUR IN A ROW
Connect 4© comes to life in this giant game of four in a row where children learn early mathematical skills, turn taking and develop spatial ability and motor skills whilst playing the game.
Constructed From: MDF & Wood
Dimensions: 77cm x 58cm
TEN PIN BOWLING
From accurately setting up the pins to rolling the ball in a straight line to knock the pins over, children are developing their motor skills, hand eye coordination and depth perception skills whilst playing ten pin bowling.
Constructed From: Pinewood
Dimensions: 30cm x 8cm Ball = 10cm diameter