Our Top Picks for 4 5 6 Year Olds
The Best Toys and Games for Kids
At Jaques of London, we have made it our mission to design toys and games that are packed full of educational and developmental benefits for children. Learning through play is beneficial for kids as it is fun, engaging and has a host of opportunities for development and growth. Our range of toys contains numerous benefits ranging from developing fine motor skills to learning to spell common words. Read on to see our top 5 picks for 4, 5, 6 year olds. We will continue to add to our blog as and when we launch exciting new products!
Presented in a beautiful wooden box, you will find 26 separate alphabet puzzles. The aim of the game is to match the letters of the alphabet to the word which begins with the letter in question. This game is fantastic for developing knowledge of the alphabet, recognising letters, and spelling basic words.
This fantastic set features a reversible magnetic whiteboard with blackboard. This set includes chalk, a whiteboard pen, a whiteboard rubber and a whole host of magnetic letters and numbers. It is perfect for practising spelling, basic numeracy skills and developing recognition of letters. Our Count and Spell Board Set is perfect for imaginative freedom whilst learning through play.
Introduce your kids to telling the time with this colourful and interactive teaching clock. The clock features removable shapes which contain the numbers of the clock face; this will help kids recognise the numbers on the clock face and where they are positioned on the clock. The fully geared hands mean children can show you specific times and the removable shapes introduce early geometry in a fun way.
Use our Basic Letters to practice letter recognition, phonics, and spelling. Check out this downloadable resource for ideas on how to play.
The abacus has not aged over the years; it remains a fantastic way to develop basic numeracy skills. Use the coloured beads to teach number bonds to 10 and number bonds to 100, practice addition and subtraction and even use the abacus to introduce kids to money.
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