Ancient Egypt is at your fingertips with this children's matching game. Developed with the British Museum, match up the pairs and learn more about how the Ancient Egyptians lived. Put the mummy in the sarcophagus and the internal organs in the canopic jars, learning fun and interesting facts along the way: How did they invent toothpaste? Why did they shave their heads but wear wigs? Which internal organs did they keep before mummification?
Compiled by experienced children's author Anna Claybourne and illustrated by Léa Maupetit.
Designed for ages 7 and up.
14cm x 10cm
A classic 'top trumps'-style card game - of the world's deadliest diseases. Play one disease against another and try to trump your opponents card in terms of fatality rate, incubation period and so on. 30 cards plus instructions in a neat box.
This family spotting game is part of the popular 'I Saw It First!' series. 300 ocean creatures populate the board of this carefully engineered game, illustrated by Caroline Selmes. Pick a counter from the box and be the first to spot that animal on the...
This beautiful chart of trees comes from a late 19th-century teaching aid. This jigsaw is densely packed with vintage scientific images of trees, with each specimen identified by its scientific name at the bottom of the chart. Perfect for tree-loving puzzlers! 1,000-piece puzzle 55cm x 70cm Packaged in...
Did you know that wombats poo in cubes? Which animal does sparkly poo? In this fun and slightly irreverent game kids can match twenty-seven animals to their droppings while satisfying their endless fascination for poo. Also comes with a booklet full of fun poo facts! Box...