Category: toy review

Review: Logico Primo

This week we’ve been trying out Logico Primo*, a brilliant, screen-free, educational resource for children aged 3-6 years old. What is it? Logico Primo is a self-checking, learning game designed for children. It comprises of a frame that learning cards slide into. Children complete the task on the […]

Review: Oaka Books

As a qualified teacher and former Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Coordinator (SENDCO) in a Secondary School, I’ve witnessed first hand the difficulties many visual learners face preparing for tests and exams. Quite often, children are expected to rely on their class books and large subject revision guides […]

Review: Stems by Learning Resources UK

We’ve been putting the children’s fine motor skills and creativity into action this week with this brightly coloured, exciting construction toy Stems by Learning Resources UK. What are they? Stems are bright coloured, ‘C’ shaped, plastic construction toys that can be popped/zipped to one another to build anything a […]

Top STEM Toys/Resources for Kids

STEM toys or STEAM toys as it’s more recently been named, are toys that help children develops their skills and understanding of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. There’s a whole range of wonderful STEM toys available. Here’s some of our favourites this year, that we’ve thoroughly tried […]

Review: EasyRead Time Teacher Watch 

Last month we shared with you a fantastic Wall Clock (EasyRead Time Teacher Wall Clock) that is, in our opinion, a brilliant tool for teaching children how to tell the time.  If you’ve not yet read our review of the The EasyRead Time Teacher Wall Clock then read it here.  […]