Our Gold Package, only £1995
Our gold package represents the best value for money and includes staff training with a wide and varied range of equipment. All the equipment comes complete with everything needed to play the games. It also includes a user manual that has easy to follow instructions on how to play and progress with every game. The booklets also have lots of extra games in that don't need any equipment giving you a whole library of games at your disposal.
If you purchase our gold package you can purchase our Spiders Web at a 10% discount.
See individual items or new games for details about our Spiders Web.
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The groups need to move the balls to specific holes in the maze.
You can block or unblock holes to make the game easier or harder.
Board Walk Challenge
Children need to work together to move themselves from a starting point to a finish line whilst their feet are attached to the board (1 board = 2 children).
Add more boards and more children to increase difficulty.
Children can choose to slide or lift the boards to move.
Add cups carrying water or balls to create new challenges.
Our Maths box is a great team building game and also a fantastic tool in any classroom when supporting maths lessons, for example when teaching fractions.
• They are visual and pupils can handle them.
• They come in different shapes and equivalent fractions - eg one quarter is represented in three different ways.
Getting pupils to identify and reason why they think a shape is a certain fraction.
• Supporting division
• Investigating and comparing fractions.
• Work as a team to get the key to the top
• Children can’t pass the key to themselves
• Use the different size attachments to vary the difficulty
• Use the key to open the box (be creative about what you put in the box).
Small water challenge
Using the four blocks, participants have to carry a cup of water from one area to another without touching the cup. You can use small balls instead of water. There is a straight edge design and a curved edge to increase difficulty levels. Comes complete with storage case and cups.
Large water challenge
The same as small water challenge but larger and can be used by up to eight people. Comes complete with storage case and cups
• Place a table tennis ball in the bottom of the pipe.
• The challenge is then to work together and fill up the pipe with water Using a bucket and cups.
• The first team to get the ball out of the top using the water wins.
• Children will need to cover the holes with their fingers.
• You can use the plugs to cover the holes to make it harder or easier.
Special water tower
Same game as water tower however the water tower is taller and with a twist to increase difficulty
• Take out all the pieces from the box and scatter on the ground
• The aim of the game is to work together and get all the pieces back into the box
• There are 3 difficulty levels – box 1 is the easiest and 3 is the hardest
• There are keys to help if needed (maybe allow just 1 child to see the key and communicate to group)
• Using the Tangram pieces your group must make a square
• If the group are struggling you can let 1 person have a quick look at the solution
• The Key (solution) is in the box
Comes complete with storage box
Small land skis
• Using the land skis travel in pairs to or around a set point
• The group cannot put their feet on the ground
• Place a cup in the attachment and fill with water to create a new dimension
• Now create a race that involves filling up buckets
Large land skis
• Same as small land skis but can be used by up to four people
The group rolls the ball down the pieces of guttering. Let them work out for themselves how to extend the distance they can travel. The aim is to get the ball in a bucket
The group cannot: a) Move if the ball is in their piece of guttering b) stop the ball with any part of their body
Use the different variations of gutter – 1 handle / 2 handle / corners / wobbly handle / hold with chains etc
• Blindfolded participants have to follow a rope from start to finish
• Can work in pairs (1 giving instructions to the other) / or in teams (holding the back of coat of person in front)
• Add obstacles to courses to vary difficulty
• Each nightline has adjustable attachments and can easily be fitted to any tree / fence
Imagine you have a group size of six. Give each person a stepping stone and set a boundary start line and a finish area. Explain to the group that they have to cross to the finish area without touching the floor
Tell the group they must also recover all the stepping stones and place them into the finish area