This is how promotion becomes child's play: Discover the Noris world of children's games and find out about the most important buying criteria for games for children by reading on here.
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Hoppy-Bobby Action Game606061476
Bears love honey, but the bees want to defend their hive. You win the game as long as the bear stays in the beehive and continues to enjoy its honey. Because the bear jumps out if you put the bee in the wrong slot. Suitable for children from 3 years.
BIG Bobby Car - Das Spiel 98% of all Germans know the brand BIG-BOBBY-CAR, which is the no. 1 in the area of children slipping vehicles today. In an exciting and loving story experience Big Bobby, the fatherly friend of all Bobby-Cars, and his young friends exciting adventures in a colorful cartoon world. Children game - The pace is determined by the colored dice. Te race is exciting until the end of the game.
Deluxe Wooden Labyrinth606101983
The "Deluxe wooden labyrinth" is made from pinewood and requires plenty of skill. Who can travel the furthest without falling into the traps? Place the ball in the start position and try to guide it through the labyrinth by turning the wheels on both sides. There are traps on each side of the route, which you must try to avoid. "Deluxe wooden labyrinth" is designed for one player aged 6 and above.
Which frog can snatch the most balls from the middle of the pond? The frogs jump forwards when you press a lever. Each player attempts to snatch as many balls as possible with their frog. The player who has caught the most balls at the end of the game wins the eating contest. Designed for 2-4 players ages 4 and up.
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Noris Reaction Games for Kids BundleBDL-606011921
Product bundles consisting of: Where am I? | Patsch | Ding Dong Donut Article number: 606011921 Product: Where am I? Turn over the card and look for the hidden objects! In the children’s game "Wo bin ich?", the players need to find up to three images from a hidden object scene. However, in this game you only ever see a small section of the scene. Both the players receive a rotating disc with a hidden object scene, which has three small windows on one side and three larger windows on the other side. After turning over a task card, the players must try to find the depicted images as quickly as possible on the hidden object scene. The first player to rotate the disc to a position where all the images are visible receives the task card. The player who has collected the most cards after 10 rounds wins the game. There are two different difficulty levels, which can be combined in the same game to allow young children to play together with older players. The game can also be played alone. The hidden object game "Wo bin ich?" is designed for 1-2 players aged 4 and above and takes approximately 10 minutes to play. Article number: 606013612 Product: Patsch The quick reaction game Five different motifs are depicted on the 25 cards: The fish, the bird, the dog, the house and the car. These five motifs are also on the dice. So when a player rolls the dog, he must also find a card with a dog. But that would be too easy. There is also the colour cube. It determines the colour of the background on which each motif is placed. Who will find the right card first? Reaction game for 2-6 players aged 4 and up. Article number: 606061904 Product: Ding Dong Donut Where’s the matching donut? Ding Dong! In the action game "Ding Dong Donut", the players have to find matching donut halves and ring the bell in the middle of the table as quickly as possible. Each player reveals cards from their pile, which depict two different halves of a donut. The player with the most cards wins the game. For 2-6 players from 5 years of age. The game takes approximately 20 minutes to play. Author: Dennis Kirps & Christian Kruchten
Tetris Duell is a gripping one-on-one strategy game based on one the most famous and most popular video games of all time: Tetris. The game is quite easy: If it is your turn, you have to drop the Tetrimino into the matrix, which can be seen on the LCD-screen on your side of the matrix. You receive points if the dropped Tetrimino touches a Tetrimino of your colour or if you can successfully complete a horizontal row with it. But watch out: If you create a gap by dropping a Tetrimino, you will have points deducted! Sounds easy enough? It would be, if there was not your opponent … Try to block him and fill the most rows!<br
Where am I?606011921
Turn over the card and look for the hidden objects! In the children’s game "Wo bin ich?", the players need to find up to three images from a hidden object scene. However, in this game you only ever see a small section of the scene. Both the players receive a rotating disc with a hidden object scene, which has three small windows on one side and three larger windows on the other side. After turning over a task card, the players must try to find the depicted images as quickly as possible on the hidden object scene. The first player to rotate the disc to a position where all the images are visible receives the task card. The player who has collected the most cards after 10 rounds wins the game. There are two different difficulty levels, which can be combined in the same game to allow young children to play together with older players. The game can also be played alone. The hidden object game "Wo bin ich?" is designed for 1-2 players aged 4 and above and takes approximately 10 minutes to play.
It’s a race against time to catch the fish! "Würfelfisch" is an action-packed children’s game based on marine creatures. Who will be the quickest to throw the same animal with all their dice? To begin with, each player receives a dice cup and three dice. All dice are the same: each side has an image of a boxfish, starfish, crab, seahorse, octopus or a submarine. Each player places their three dice in front of them with the submarine side facing up. Another dice is then rolled and placed in the middle of the table (e.g. with the seahorse facing up). All the players must now countdown together: "3...2...1... dive!" Each player then tries to roll the animal from the middle of the table, but may only roll one dice at once in their cup. The first player to roll the animal with all their dice must shout "Surface!", after which the other players must stop rolling their dice. The winner of the round then takes the dice from the middle of the table and places it together with their other dice. Players who still have dice with the submarine facing up must discard one of their dice. The first player to obtain five/six dice is the winner. "Würfelfisch" is a family and children’s fame for 2-5 players aged 5 and above. It takes approximately 15 minutes to play and was designed by Christoph Cantzler. Author: Christoph Cantzler
Mini Puzzle-Game, 6-ass.606201882
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Be clever detectives, solve the puzzles and experience the story! Unlock all the secrets in one of the 6 adventures: The enchanted zoo - experience an exciting day at the zoo! The Treasure of Dalum - experience an exciting expedition. The mysterious labyrinth - escape from the tricky labyrinth. On a secret mission - don't get caught! The crazy invention - find out more about the crazy machine The Ghost in School - find out more about the ghost! On the 34 playing cards you will find information to help you puzzle your way through the adventures. Suitable for 1 player aged 8 and up. Only in German. Attention! Delivery of 1 piece. Random selection in stock. No preselection possible.
Games for kids: Immerse yourself in a unique and varied world!
Games are a part of childhood that cannot be imagined without. They express light-heartedness, create a connection to peers and adults, and impart one or two educational contents. The Noris children's games take you on an exciting journey through the colourful, fascinating and above all fun world of games for children.
What is the significance of kids games for the educational development of children?
That games for kids have an educational value is undisputed. But to what extent are games for children to be classified as developmental and beneficial? We will look into this question below:
Connecting the generations
One of the most beautiful effects of games for kids: They create a connection between different generations. Often the games are also interesting for teenagers and adults. So kids, teenagers, and adults can enjoy them together.
Promoting social interaction
The exchanges that take place during play comprise a large part of the whole experience. The games therefore offer your child a wonderful opportunity to practise interpersonal interaction.
Inexpensive purchase, lasting gameplay fun
Most kids games are quite inexpensive to buy. This is especially true because they can be played over and over again – optimally for many years.
An alternative to the digital world
Kids games provide you with materials with which you can create a balance to your occupation with digital media. Many children are only too happy to leave their smartphones, PCs, consoles, and the like outside when they can look forward to playing a game together.
Promoting cognition, concentration, and language
Games for children are associated with numerous promotional effects. Depending on the game content, these relate, for example, to the cognitive level, concentration and attention or language skills.
Promoting numerical comprehension, reading and writing
Games that pick up on letters and numbers are excellent for preparing your child for school. They train your child's understanding of numbers and can introduce them to reading and writing in a playful way.
Promotion of emotion processing: wanting to win, being able to lose
When emotions run high during play, this is a gain for the important area of emotion processing. Your child learns to deal with his or her feelings – such as pride or disappointment – to classify them and deal with them appropriately.
Developing an understanding of rules
Is your child still having a hard time following rules? Then you can tackle this topic ideally with kids games. The games naturally include some rules so that your child can get used to understanding and following rules in an age-appropriate way.
From what age are games for kids suitable?
Even the best children's game is no fun if it is not suitable for the child's age. Therefore, it is essential to choose games that consider the child's stage of development.
Games for kids from the age of three should be limited to a few, basic rules and last a maximum of 10 to 15 minutes per round. After all, toddlers cannot yet concentrate for much longer. They should be made of stable materials and, if possible, have no small parts that can be swallowed.
Kids from the age of five are happy with games that challenge their motor skills, teach them knowledge and prepare them for starting school with educational content. These children's games should also not be too complicated and should take a reasonable amount of time to complete.
From primary school age, children can be confronted with games that are based on a somewhat more detailed set of rules. Games that address school-relevant learning content, promote logical thinking or offer room for improving social skills thanks to the “team mode” are ideal.
What should you look for when buying games for children?
Before you buy a kids game, you should find answers to the following questions about the product:
Number of players
How many players can be played with?
Play & Set-up time
How long do the game rounds and the set-up take?
What topics does the game address and what learning content does it convey?
Are there any accessories and are they included in the scope of delivery?
For which age group does the manufacturer recommend the game?
Quality kids games – Discover the versatile Noris range
The special thing about the Noris games for kids: They are amazingly original, lovingly designed through and through and come from environmentally friendly production where sustainability and quality go hand in hand. We offer modern, innovative games for children as well as classic games that have been enjoyed for years. You can get a first impression with these top products:
A cork board, a hammer and colourful wooden pieces in different colours and shapes: These are the ingredients that make the Hammer Game an enormously popular children's game. While hammering and later removing the pieces on the plate, your child trains its fine motor skills and can create new patterns and pictures again and again – it doesn't get more creative than that!
General knowledge for children
In General Knowledge for Children, you use your knowledge to be the first to guess terms. If you hit the horn as fast as lightning and get it right, you advance one space towards the goal. This is clearly a game for children that succeeds in combining a fun game principle with educational content.
Kids from the age of three will be hooked on the Fishing Game in no time! This classic children's game is all about proving a steady hand and having luck on your side – will you catch the biggest fish?
Conclusion: Children's games combine fun and learning
A child's room without games is hard to imagine. Children's games provide a lot of added value, combine fun with learning, and allow you to create moments today that will be remembered tomorrow as precious childhood memories. If you don't want to compromise on quality, durability, product safety and sustainability when it comes to games for your child, Noris is the right choice for you. Get to know our versatile selection of kids games and immerse yourself in fascinating game experiences with your child.
Would you like a little more? Our homepage introduces you to many more product categories – from educational games to board games for children and card games. For even more fun for the entire family!