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Brain Factor Ages 5-6

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Brain Factor is a colourful picture quiz with question cards that introduce children to the world around them. Questions feature number and pattern games, letter and blended sound recognition, shapes, mixed up stories, rhyming words and questions about the world. The questions for these age groups are picture based with simple supporting text and Olly the Kangeroo to guide you through.

We asked a mum what she thought of Brain Factor - "Brain Factor are a range of quiz fans for children ages 3 – 7. The convenient fan format means you can read a question then slide just slide out the next card to get the answer. It is a good size for children and robust, so it’s perfect for popping in a bag or in the car so you can pull it out and entertain the kids whenever you need. A very handy product for occupying those spare moments while waiting for a bus or for older siblings etc. A great alternative to them playing on a screen. The questions cover a wide range of topics including number and pattern recognitions, shapes, letter recognition, rhymes and mixed up stories. The simple text for the 3-4, 4-5, and 5-6 fans are accompanied by colourful appealing illustrations. Each of the younger fans has an animal character who leads the children through the question and introduces them to the world around them. Milly the Mouse in the fan for ages 3-4 gets involved in everything from gardening to learning to use a pedestrian crossing. There were lots of questions in these fans that opened up broader conversations with my 3 year old daughter about the world around. She’s enjoyed going back to the fan over and over and I’ve found the question level well judged. She was able to answer plenty of them, but found others challenging. Each of the fans have somewhere between 130 – 250 questions so you get a lot of use from them. I think these fans are helping her develop skills that will be useful when she starts school, but the best thing is she loves playing with them." Vanessa Parker


Brain Factor Ages 5-6 by

Unique convenient fan design ensures cards can never be lost. Its compact size means Brain Factor is highly portable. It can be played at any time indoors or out. Entertain children in the car, in queues or waiting rooms, at home or on the go.

Jack The Panda guides young players through the quiz introducing them to a wide range of day to day activities. Picture based format and simple text means older children can play with their siblings or children can work through the cards on their own.

All questions have been reviewed by a teacher panel to ensure they support the development of Early Years learning goals. Parents can have confidence that their children are having fun, learning through play and strengthening key skills that will set them up for a confident happy start at nursery and school.

Brain Factor 5-6 contains 130+ questions.

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106 pages


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Vela Publications Ltd

Publication date

1st November 2014




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