Truly Toys (Pty) Ltd is an established supplier of educational toys and learning resources with a particular focus on Early Childhood Development (ECD) in the Foundation Phase including Grade R. Many of our products are also suitable for the first few years of Primary School. Our online shop caters for both parents at home as well as for the educational professional.
Learning the letters of the alphabet is an important part of school readiness. These colourful 2 piece interlocking puzzles will help your child to recognize the letters of the alphabet and learn their sounds. Contents - 26 self correcting 2 piece wooden puzzles, plus instructions. Suitable for 5 years plus.
2 rubber alphabet sets. Height of each letter- 5cm
2 rubber upper case alphabet sets & numbers 1 - 10. Height of each letter - 5cm
Smart-start spelling. Learn initial blends. Enhance spelling skills. Improve word building. Age 5+. Contents: 6 double sided playing boards, 1 master board, 55 word cards, 40 plastic chips & instructions.
Learning to read is one of the most important gifts you can give a child. This game will help them to spell out and read basic words. The instructions will help parents and care-givers understand how children learn to read in the early stages. Contents 15 self-correcting puzzles, 50 wooden interlcoking puzzle pieces, plus instructions. Suitable for age 5+
Children learn life skills, to dress and sequecing. 1 - 4 players, self-correcting 20 piece interlocking wooden puzzle and instructions. Age 3+
Set of 52 magnetic letters (26 lower case & 26 upper case). Set in wooden box with clear perspex sliding lid. Each letter 42mm high. Box 14x14x5cm. Suitable for 3+ years.
Memory games improve positional memory skills which play an important part in all learning. Matching the Picture Cards onto the Lotto Base Boards will help to increase visual discriminationa and matching skills. The pictures have been chosen to represent the initial phonic sounds of the Alphabet. Your child will learn to sound out letters and match the...
A sequence is a series of events which occur in order. Tell the story about these beautifully illustrated pictures. The child will also enjoy games such as: Sequence Rummy, Tell Me More and What Did You Do Today? Help the child develop story telling skills, interpret a series of pictures, develop memory skills and play sequence games. Contents:24 story...
Learn to listen - love to spell. Early reading. Auditory memory. Picture/word recognition. Concentration. Age 4+
Listen and identity sounds. Match words to pictures. Age 5+
Children learn new words and increase vocabulary they learn about where animals live, learn listening and concentration skills. 1 - 4 players, 10 self-correcting - 2 piece wooden puzzles and instructions. Age 3+
Children learn new words and increase vocabulary, learn to regcognise and name adult and baby animals. 1 - 4 players 10 self-correcting, 2 - piece wooden puzzles and instruction. Age 3+