Discover Countless Ways To Play
  • 24 MONTHS AND UP: With the child count all the pieces, pointing to each piece as you go.

  • Lay the pins on their sides, and ask the child to stand them all up again. Then allow the child to knock them down for you to set upright.

  • Stand the pins in a row and ask the child to roll the ball to knock them over.

  • 30 MONTHS AND UP: Ask the child to point to different pins as you describe them by name, color, texture, or feature.

  • Ask the child to identify the different animals represented by the pins.

  • Stand the pins in a row or arrange them in a triangle, and ask the child to kick the ball to knock them over.

  • OLDER TODDLERS AND PRESCHOOLERS: Name a color, pattern, or texture, and ask the child to point to all the pieces that fit the group.

  • Create different arrangements of pins for the child to knock over.

  • Toss the ball back and forth to play a game of 'catch.'