Keep minds stimulated by matching the animal images. Or can play a game of Pairs. Both are traditional learnt games that help to keep older people's brains active and stimulated. Matching games are ideal to play in care homes and hospitals as the cards are wipe-clean and small to store in a side drawer.
Host your own casino night with our classic Casino Games set. Complete with 200 poker chips, 2 packs of cards, felt playing mat and all stored in a neat rack. Great for any club, care home or organisation. Older people in particular will enjoy this high quality set.
Animals, Tools, Transport or Food card categories to match in a variety of games. Can be used to just encourage conversation i.e. hammer, drill and set square. Each category is colour-coded for easy identification but reverse are identical to play Snap or Pairs. Ideal for anyone with a dementia or learning disability as frequency of paired cards is greater.
From funky frogs to silly sloths, these colourful character cards can be used to play memory match, snap, chase the cheetah and happy families. Makes a cost-effective activity for any care home or day centre, many people love a card game and this pack will appeal for almost everyone with its versatility.
A fun and light-hearted way of making a connection through conversation. 3 different themes that make these cards a long-lasting activity solution.
Bingo with a difference - play the authentic animal sounds (can also use large flip chart images) and place your tactile wooden marker on the animal. A great group activity for people with learning disabilities.
Perfect for covering your Bingo numbers, these colourful plastic counters will last and last. Easily washable and enough for the largest group of players. Why not use with our Large Print Bingo cards too?
Eyes down players! These handy bingo dabbers are just the thing to enhance your bingo experience. Three assorted colours - easier to use than counters that slip and slide off. Wipe off format.
Bingo is one of the top ten activities for older people living in care homes or attending day centres. Encourages positive group interaction.
Bingo is one of the most popular games in the UK. Our ready to go bingo game sheets are just the job. Just tear off as many as you need. Why not team with our bingo dabber sets to give a real authentic feel to your next game.
Keen bird lovers will really enjoy this beautifully illustrated bingo game with a difference. 64 different bird species to spot. Makes a great gift.
Cat lovers everywhere can really enjoy this beautifully illustrated bingo game. 64 different cat breeds to spot. For up to 6 players.
A great game for fans of our four-legged friends. This is bingo with a difference. 64 different dog breeds to spot. Up to 6 players.
Designed by us following requests from carers and visually impaired Bingo fans for large print, wipe clean traditionally sized Bingo cards. 20 cards and 120 counters.
Our popular Bingo cards now available without counters, so you can use with either dabbers or counters (bought separately). Large bold print make these easy to read for all ages and wipe clean too!
Add a little variety to your bingo games with this nature version. Set includes cards with 24 squares each featuring a different aspect of nature.
A clever combination of two favourite games - cards and bingo. Easy to set up and play, simply call a card from the pack and cover your board if it matches.
40 more nostalgic songs to identify as a great group activity. Just print off the bingo sheets and song list and play!
Musical Bingo, the perfect activity for day centres, care homes and clubs. Simply print off the game sheets you require, switch on and play!
A great addition to any card game and ideal for anyone who finds it difficult to manipulate cards. children love to use it to make card games fun! Includes two packs of cards.
Well-loved favourites that prove to be a hit with all the generations. Pack each of Old Maid, Happy Families and Snap. Nostalgic designs that are great for reminiscence.
Around four times the size of normal playing cards, these will make any card game fun. Great for use outdoors or indoors. Laminated for easy cleaning.
Large, bold cards suitable for visually impaired people. Large bold print cards - why not use with our Playing Card Holders too! Cards measure 17cm x 12cm.
Standard size with large, bold print. Ideal for older people with visual impairment. Can be used with our playing card holders for extra stability.
Neat little set for any games fan. Set includes 2 packs of playing cards and a set of 5 dice all housed in a nice little box with lid. Makes a great gift for a loved one.
A simple solution to manage a full hand of cards, allowing players to see all their cards either handheld or stood on the table.
A fun additional twist to playing two well-loved games, Snap and Matching Pairs. Players match cards that have something in common, for example: English and St Georges, Edinburgh and the Thistle.
A great game to support cognitive stimulation therapy. Match different families of cards - 3 games with 3 different difficulty levels.
A lovely way to either teach or remember favourite nursery rhymes with this nostalgic pack of 36 snap cards. Good quality boxed cards that includes 'Little Miss Muffet', 'Jack and Jill' etc.
Easier to read and won't roll off a table, these dice cards will be a real boon to people of all abilities. Simply place face down and pick one.
Never lose the dice again with this fun dice game. Just plunge the handle down and the dice twirl and tumble around before landing. Great for anyone with dexterity problems.
You'll never lose a dice again with these fun Giant Foam Dice. Jumbo-sized dice that are lightweight to throw and easy to see and grip for older hands.
Just the right size to fit in the palm of your hand, these large lightweight foam dice will be just the thing for number games. Ideal for older people.
Create your own beautiful designs with no fear of the pieces slipping around. Magnetised pieces made from tactile soft foam in assorted colours and shapes.
100 cards, each with questions to prompt conversation; for example: "What is your idea of a great day out"? "A particular smell that lingers in your memory?"