Dice Forest Game is an exciting strategy game for one or more players in which the dice are placed vertically, horizontally or diagonally on the board. When the dice are placed, the pawn is swapped with the last dice along the path. Who can make it through the cube forest the fastest? And what's the smartest way to do this? Concentration, logical and strategic thinking are required here. The playing fields can be played individually or combined to form a large playing field. Makes a great activity for care home residents.
Traditional favourite, this Four in a Row game is beautifully finished and is made with an eco-friendly wooden construction. The subtle black and grey marker discs fit neatly in the hand. An easy game to play for all abilities especially older people or anyone living with a dementia who will enjoy the tactile feel of 'posting' the discs in the slots at the top. First one to get four in a row horizontally, vertically or diagonally wins the game! Uses cognitive strategy and planning skills. This table top game will be a real winner for busy care home coordinators as it is easy set up and can be wiped clean for safe hygiene.
You will need skill and strategy with this Humpty Dumpty Wall game. Played similarly to Jenga, build the wall, decide who starts..then take it in turn to gently slide out one brick at a time but mind you don't knock poor old Humpty off his wall! Great game that can help practise hand/eye co-ordination and strategic thinking skills. 2 players. Good for activity coordinators to use as a reminiscence therapy aid for older people with dementia. 2 players.
Colour coordinated stacking fun - our Large Foam Wonky Tower game is made from easy to grip lightweight foam but can still present a challenge when trying to balance the sloping edges on top of each other. Fun for elderly care home residents to play and can help with hand/eye coordination, fine motor skills and concentration skills. 20 building blocks with varying slopes with 1 playing dice all in a storage bag. Cubes 10cm size.