Magic Light

  • Magic Light Table

    Children can draw on the light table with their fingers, brushes, sticks, sand combs, dry-wipe markers, blowing through straws and using their hands and feet to make imprints. The organic surface is safe to use with dry materials such as rice, sand, oats and materials, or with wet material such as…

  • Magic Light Easel

    The Magic light easel is a unique product meant for art and self-expression. The edges of transparent glass glow in the dark and any paint or material placed on the glass surface becomes enlightened. Children can draw on the easel from both sides at the same time using their fingers, various…

  • Dark Den Accessory Kit

    light up accessories create a magical den space. Must be used under adult supervision. Age: 3 years+.A perfect companion to black out sensory dens or other dark areas. Includes:• Fibre optic lamp• Glow Ball. Light up glitter lamp• Light up ball baton• Light spinner• Textured light up ball• 4 x light

  • TTS Early Technology Light Up Glow and Go Bot

    …their programming journey. The technology does not dominate but enhances and enriches the learning experience. It may go on a magical journey or remain stationary, just lighting up and playing individual sounds. It does not have to be about precise steps but more about experiential learning. It is…

  • Sensory Centre

    …carpet platform is tactile and warm to touchContents:• Bubble tube - 650mm(h)• Fibre optic sideglow and lightsource - 1000mm(l)• UV light - 300mm(w)• Set of linelite tubing, magic rods and coloured shapes• Mirror height: 600mm• Size: 1000mm(w) x 400mm(l) x 800mm(h)

  • Sakkaro

    An amazing geometry resource which will light up a child’s creativity! 15 translucent coloured pieces magically blend together when stacked, nested or interlocked. Great for use on a light table. Discover an endless variety of colourful shapes and patterns. Complete with ideas booklet which…

  • TTS Radiant Stacking Arches 12pk

    …stack and carefully balance them into magical looking towers. Can you make sequences using different colours or positioning the arches in different directions? They could be made into tunnels or transformed into magical bridges. Try them with light devices or see their effects with the projector…

  • Early Years Projector

    …explore whilst engaging with magical, awe inspiring shadow and light scenarios. Simply switch on the projector and place it wherever you wish to create a light effect on the wall. It can be positioned on blocks, a table and on the floor, depending on the size of the light space you wish to work…

  • TTS Radiant Stacking Crosses 12pk

    …intricate patterns on different surfaces. See the colours illuminate as they are placed on light boxes or lit with torches. Observe as the patterns and colours radiate on the walls as the projector creates magical shadows. Children will explore and experiment with these shapes, sequencing, patterns,…

  • TTS Eco Activity Stacking Cones 20pk

    …the children to grasp, stack, nest and manipulate them. Perhaps they will be part of symbolic play scenarios. We tried threading them and made magical trees. This was also great for fine motor skills. They make super imaginary locations, such as forests and castles. Perhaps they will be spaceships…

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