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Create patterns and explore geometry concepts with 125 wooden blocks in 6 colors and 6 shapes! This can be used to assess creativity, pattern recognition, planning and also fine motor skills. One can also follow the suggested patterns to come up with pictures. 250 piece sets from MiDeer are also available at S$40. 18.5cm by 12.5cm by 4.8cm. Ages 5 and up.
PATTERN BLOCKS                     S$20
GEOMETRIC BUTTONS                        S$8
These geometric buttons can be used to make shapes, or strung up together. This is good for assessing dexterity, fine motor functions, pattern recognition, perception and creativity with young or old clients. About 65 pieces, 350g. Ages 3 and up.


WOODEN BUILDING BLOCKS 100 COLOURED PIECES        S$36
PAPER QUILLING                    S$20




BEADED WISDOM TREE                S$15




String leaves, flowers, fruits, beetles and worms up the tree! Helps to develop fine motor skills in children, old people and people with special needs. Includes 42 items to string. 17cm by 24cm by 6cm.
COLORED JENGA              S$10


Ages 3 and up, 2 - 6 players.

This great game challenges any number of players to keep a stack of colorful blocks from tumbling down - while removing pieces from its middle or bottom and then re-stacking on top. Players roll the die to determine which block they have to remove from the tower.
Ages 3 and up, 2 - 5 players.

A set of wooden blocks provides an opportunity for a child to pass the hours constructing towers, castles, towns, and more! This set offers the opportunity for younger kids to practice their fine motor skills and experiment with the laws of physics while giving older kids an outlet for their creativity.

1000 PIECE DOMINO SET                           S$65
Made with high quality New Zealand pine wood, and painted using non-toxic paint following ISO9001 standards, these domino pieces allows one to slow down and patiently put the pieces up one by one. Domino play allows one to go into a meditative mood while increasing the mind's organizational power. Perfect for use with children.
Paper quilling demands strong fine motor skills in turning, pasting, and twisting the quills into proper shapes. This set includes 1000 pieces of paper, tweezers, pins, quilling board, one short and one long quilling tool, white glue and cards for for your finished art products. 26.2cm by 17.8cm by 3cm.
WOODEN DOMINO PUZZLE                         S$15
These wooden domino pieces with pictures can be used to assess hand eye coordination, fine motor skills, logic and pattern recognition in young or old clients. Each piece is 6cm by 3cm and be easily picked up by clients with motor skills deficits. Ages 3 and up.


BALANCE MOON           S$10

How many cylinders can you add before the moon comes tumbling down? What is the moon’s name? How many red blocks are in the set? This wooden balancing toy provides you with so many options for developing your child’s body, mind and creativity! Whether it’s making up an imaginative story about who the moon is, training color and shape differentiation skills, working on problem solving techniques, or developing fine motor skills— this moon balancing toy stimulates your child’s mind, develops their muscles and engages their imagination.
BALANCE STICKS                  S$18
This is an adorable wooden balancing game that can be used to assess balance, fine motor skills, hand eye coordination and planning skills. The bright bold colours are appealing and one will have to lay down a stick of a different colour each time. Includes 40 pieces. 11.5cm by 8cm by 1.5cm. Ages 3 and up.

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