We listen to our customers…

What our customers have to offer in the way of comments and suggestion is important to us.

The testimonials...

“Thank you my giant dice arrived today!
They will be a great way to assist our autistic students identify their emotions when their anxiety rises.
Your giant jigsaw puzzles have also been a great success. We have mounted them on the outside wall and they have become a tactile, colourful and informative learning wall for our students.
Your work is great, thanks again."

Gail Preston
Wantirna Heights School


“We have had a great time at youth playing with the giant games last term. Thank you for that. The kids just loved the games!
 Thanks again and looking forward to hear from you.”
Lyn Chan
Ingle Farm SA 5098


".... apart from the obvious use of tesselations in the formulation of pattern, order and other mathematics concepts such as flip, side, turn, size and the use and naming of shapes, they are also a valuable tool in collaborative group work. They encourage sharing, the use of negotiation skills and encourage the use of a range of higher order thinking skills and strategies. .... oh ... and they are fun to play with."

Peter Mansell,
Frankston Primary School , Victoria


Talking of our world map


"I LOVE IT! Well done. Will the edges be squared off or like a jigsaw - like
the indigenous ones."

Jenny Carroll,
Teachers Bazaar


” these giant dice actively engage children, promote play and fun whilst introducing educational concepts to children. When children are immersed in play with giant educational dice, a number of the child’s faculties are simultaneously creating an educational experience that fully engages the physical, emotional and intellectual intelligences of children in a cooperative and collaborative setting based on the most cutting edge research into children's learning and development."

Dr David Zyngier,
Lecturer in Primary Curriculum and Pedagogy
Monash University, Victoria, Australia


"The kids would love rolling the giant dice. Learning can be fun!"

John, West Wallsend Public School (NSW)