New Logic and Strategy Educational Toys Improve Children’s Maths Skills
VICTORIA, Australia September, 2012 – It is a fact of life that children love to play games but rarely enjoy studying. However, due to leaps and bounds in the educational toy industry – children can now play and learn at the same time, often without even realising they are learning essential logic and creativity skills – much to the delight of their parents. www.oola.com.au/
Kelly Brough is one Australian mum who is passionate about providing young children with the opportunity to learn in a fun and meaningful way but found it very difficult to purchase educational toys and games that weren’t from ‘plastic fantastic’ chain stores. Eventually this working mum decided to make finding fun toys that teach an easier experience for parents Australia-wide.
With the launch of www.oola.com.au/, children aged between 3 and 12 years are now able to get their hands on educational toys that they can play with, create with, build with and learn with while they are doing all these fantastic activities. Oola’s product range is specially selected to stimulate children’s creativity, improve their ability to cooperate and relate with others, increase their aptitude to plan and build, and develop their capacity for logic and strategy.
Oola recently launched the Thinkfun Logic and Strategy Games to facilitate the growth of logic and strategy skills, two essential elements in any child’s development. “The Thinkfun Logic and Strategy Games reinforce math skills and spatial awareness in children in a way that they find enjoyable,” says Kelly Brough, CEO of Oola.
Rush Hour and Rush Hour Junior are two traffic jam games in the Thinkfun Logic and Strategy Games range that exercise the brain while the young child is moving cars and trucks so the red car or the ice cream truck can get to the exit. Which young boy or girl would prefer logic exercises in textbooks over these fun logic and strategy games?
Pathwords Junior is a modern alternative to the traditional word search. It works in much the same way as the paper and pen word search but it is more fun and engaging for children because instead of crossing out words with a pen, the player moves puzzle pieces to search for words.
Math Dice Junior is one children’s game even teachers will love. Instead of struggling to teach a child how to add and subtract, teachers and parents can have fun with the child. By rolling the dice, children practice math skills that they may find boring or hard to grasp using traditional educational methods. To view more educational and fun children’s logic games, please visit www.oola.com.au.
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- Kelly Brough
- Founder and CEO
- (61) 03 9005 5956
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