New Product – Transparent card series – Alphabet Domino HKD10 (NOT including postage )

Transparent card series - Alphabet Domino HKD10 (NOT including postage ) Can be picked at Tseung Kwan O MTR station from Mon to Sun 12noon to 5pm. Ideal for preschoolers and kindergarteners. Engaging game to practice matching uppercase and lowercase letters. Each transparent card is around 9.5cm x 3.5cm All corners have been carefully rounded so … Continue reading New Product – Transparent card series – Alphabet Domino HKD10 (NOT including postage )

New Product – 2 in 1 Fine Motor Skills Activity Set (HKD 20 NOT including postage)

New Product - 2 in 1 Fine Motor Skills Activity Set (HKD20 NOT including postage ) Can be picked up at Tseung Kwan O MTR station from Mon to Sun 12noon to 5pm. https://youtu.be/YBDXD57hfFU (Narrated by J) There are two activities in this set: 1) Magnetic bottle lids + colour recognition Place 4 bottle lids … Continue reading New Product – 2 in 1 Fine Motor Skills Activity Set (HKD 20 NOT including postage)

New Product – Pom Pom Counting 1-10 Popsicles

New Product - Pom Pom Counting 1-10 Popsicles (HKD 5 NOT including postage ) Can be picked up at Tseung Kwan O MTR station from Mon to Sun 12noon to 5pm. Ideal for toddlers and preschoolers to practice counting. Can also be used for "What's missing?" game, and many more. Each popsicle stick measures around … Continue reading New Product – Pom Pom Counting 1-10 Popsicles

Free printable – Easter Egg Number Hunt

I designed a low-prep Easter Egg number hunt activity for the kids to play and learn.   I know that we are all busy and tired mums so I made the activity very simple. There are three sets of different printable in the PDF. 1) Number Cards (3 pages) - this is the only thing you … Continue reading Free printable – Easter Egg Number Hunt

Restaurant Pretend Play printable

I would like to share with you my latest printable that I designed and created for my son. It is a restaurant pretend play printable. It has a wide variety of food and drinks with both English and Chinese words. Each item has a price so your kid can practice addition and money sense while … Continue reading Restaurant Pretend Play printable

Animal Matching Cards – HKD10 (NOT including postage)

Animal Matching Cards - HKD10 (NOT including postage) Ideal for toddlers and preschoolers. There are several games you can play with your kid with this lovely set: 1) Match Up Game You and your kid each has a set of cards. You lay out 4 cards, and ask your little one to find the same … Continue reading Animal Matching Cards – HKD10 (NOT including postage)

Alphabet Lacing Cardboard Discs

#playwithpackagingmaterials I collected some cardboard and straws over the years, and today I turned them into an activity that can let the little ones to practice the order of alphabets while working on their fine motor skills. It is super easy to make. The cardboard was leftover from my other work so I did not … Continue reading Alphabet Lacing Cardboard Discs

Animal School learning cards – HKD40

Learn visual discrimination and counting with my Animal School learning cards. There are 2 "schools", one with a 2x2 grid (easy level), and one with a 2x3 grid (more challenging level). How to play: 1. Matching up Randomly place 4 animals in the school and ask your kid to find the same ones. 2. Memory … Continue reading Animal School learning cards – HKD40

2-piece Shape Puzzles

#playwithpackagingmaterials I made some simple 2-piece shape puzzles using some leftover cardstock from packaging materials and foam shapes. I used foam stickers because it adds some sensory touch which is great for toddlers. You don't have to use foam stickers, any large stickers are fine. You can even draw. How to make: I used 2 … Continue reading 2-piece Shape Puzzles

My 3D board game

#playwithpackagingmaterials I made a 3D board game for J to play and learn. It took me a lot of time to design but it all worth it. I wanted the game to be versatile so I can use it to reinforce some subjects such as phonics, sight words, addition, subtraction etc... I have piles of … Continue reading My 3D board game