Have fun building all sorts of 3D structures and colourful mazes. Simply interlock the 4 types of tubes for endless configurations. Great tactile and visual game for all abilities. See video below:
Try to match the coloured balls to the pattern on the cards. Great game to help develop fine motor skills and concentration. The balls must be moved to a parking position before they can take their correct spot.
Cogs and Gears is a stimulating and tactile activity which has proven to be a real success with people with dementia due to the stunning visual effect. Alter and change the cogs and gears to make your own system, then set the wheels in motion. A fun game which can help activate thinking and logical thinking skills in older people. Highly contrasting brightly coloured pieces make this good for anyone with a sight impairment too. 49 cogs and gears with interlocking base plates.
Will it Fit? is a game with a difference. Assemble the blocks on the carriage and pull it along using a rope and crank system - but will it get through the different shaped gates? Difficulty varies with the amount of gates inserted. Utilises close observation, planning, coordination and fine motor skills. Eco-friendly beech and birch wood pieces that fit neatly in the hand and are easy to grip for older care home residents. Makes a perfect activity to keep minds active and keep boredom at bay.