Match the animal with its coat, this Animals and their Patterns activity is a great way to engage older people. The close up image of the fur or feathers can be matched to its counterpart. Can be played like Pairs or just turn up the tablets randomly. Ideal for those living with a dementia as the tactile wooden tablets are easy to grip and encourage concentration and memory skills. 15 pairs.
Remember the See Saw from your childhood? This Balancing Duo game replicates the action of having to balance the two ends by choosing a selection of pieces that balance the structure. Players can even fill the clear tubs with sand, rice or other items to achieve different weights. Game includes a spirit level to help see the the lean of the platform. Stack the beads onto the rods and see if the other player can match you? Makes an inventive activity for older care home residents, also great tactile fun for anyone with a dementia.
Welcome to our bonanza bundle of fun games to delight people of all abilities. An assortment of carefully chosen games that can be played indoors or outside. Why not host your own Oympics? We have even included a set of Winner medals for the champion! Money saving*
How well do you know the UK? Test yourself with this fun BrainBox - Around the UK game. The object of the game is to study a card for 10 seconds and then answer a question based on the roll of a die. If the question is answered correctly, the card is kept, and the person with the most number of cards after 5 or 10 minutes is the winner. Makes a fun game for care home residents and can lead to discussion and reminiscence.