Three hundred ancient Egyptians - from gods and goddesses to pharaohs and sphynxes - populate the board of this game. Pull a counter from the box featuring one of the 300 characters in this game and be the first to spot that character on the board!
With a hexagonal board (designed to prevent players from being able to remember where certain characters are) this game features charming illustrations by Caroline Selmes. Simple to understand but addictive to play, this fun and challenging game will delight adults and children alike.
Recommended age: 4+
Comes in a triangular box.
Box measures 35 x 30 x 5 cm.
The corvids, the crow family: adaptable, intelligent and robust, and with a sober beauty all their own. Here is a handy kitchen-window guide to the chief corvid species of western Eurasia, from the ubiquitous crows to the reclusive chough. Approximately 68 x 45 cm, with...
In 1908 Frenchman Dr Ludovic O'Followell published Le Corset, containing x-rays (including these) and diagrams to illustrate the damaging impact of corsets on women's bodies and health. This t-shirt is printed on the front and the back. 100% cotton.Black t-shirt, printed in white. Care: Machine wash...
Recreate the frog or fish dissections of school biology in colourful needle felt, with this complete kit. A relaxing hobby, an anatomy lesson, and a decorative (if slightly macabre) picture. Due to the sharp point of the needle, this kit is not recommended for children...
Remember that former Secretary of State for Education who thought all schools should be above average? Thankfully we all know that teaching is much more than a box-ticking exercise. But sometimes it's handy to have a mug or two in the staff room cupboard to...