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1.Phinken Parent's Training

Date : 30/6/2018

Time:11.30am-5.00pm

Venue:  Cube 4, Level 3, Isetan, The Japan Store, Lot 10, Kuala Lumpur

 


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Can you shed some light on the dark?

 
Day & Night is a fun-filled game of logic that evolves in step with your child’s growing skills. Kids arrange and stack the pieces to match the challenges on the included challenge booklet. Just as night follows day, the "day" challenges provide a great start that gradually build up to the more advanced "night" challenges.
 

With Day and Night preschoolers can shed some light on the dark! This unique, wooden logic game challenges young children to use high quality wooden blocks to recreate images shown on challenge cards. 24 "Day" challenges are easier, as the colors of the shapes to be replicated are shown. "Night" challenges are more difficult, as only the silhouettes are shown.

 

Contents

booklet with 48 challenges

wooden base

10 colorful wooden blocks

 

Develop

Logical Thinking skill

Fine Motor skill

Visual & Spatial Perception


Age
2 - 5 Years

Awards
Main Prize Winner “A child’s Friendly World” 2010
Superproduct 2009
 
Grand Prix 2011 Best product on Toy Fair Prague
Seal of Excellence 2011

 

How To Play

1. Choose a challenge according to the player's age. Position the challenge booklet so that your challenge is facing you.

2. Arrange the playing pieces to construct the scene shown on your challenge which is either in detail or only in  outline, according to the skill level of your challenge card.

3.When you've finished a "day" challenge, compare it carefully to the scene shown on your challenge card: it should match it exactly! Check your "night" challenge by swivelling the challenge booklet around to look at the scene shown on the "day" side of your challenge-it should be identical!