Jumbo Games

Emotify

Emotify - IG Game Awards 2017

Best Family Game Award: 

Bronze

UK Games Expo Players Choice Award: 

Nominated

Number of players: 

4-20

Country of origin: 

Netherlands

Created by: 

Published by: 

Introducing Emotify! Emoticons are the language of the future, and now there’s a game: Emotify!
 
With six exciting categories – Leisure, People, Places, Actions, Brands and Friends. Learn the language of emoticons and win the game! Are you ready to face the Emotify Challenge?
 
The Emotify Challenge allows you to get creative and use the double-sided EMOTIS to sequence together Brand names, Actions, Friends, Places, Leisure activities and famous People! Can you use the dancer, a monkey covering his eyes and a laughing poo EMOTI to create an answer your team will guess correctly?
 
To start playing the Emotify Game, form two teams. Each team takes 10 EMOTIS from the bag, and in turn, a player from each team spins the wheel to determine the category: Leisure, People, Places, Actions, Brands or Friends. Turn the timer over, and your chosen player makes a sequence out of your 10 double-sided EMOTIS to see if your team can guess the answer. If they guess correct, you discard the used EMOTIS, but if they guessed wrong, they have to take as many EMOTIS from the bag as they have used during their turn. The first team to discard all their EMOTIS wins!
 
The game includes 2 Screens, 350 double-sided EMOTI chips, 1 spinning wheel, 1 timer, 1 bag, 2 writing boards and 2 erasable felt-top pens.
 
The fantastic Emotify game is suitable 4-20 players and for children aged 10 and above.

I Learn Maths

I Learn Maths - IG Awards 2017

Best Family Game Award: 

Nominated

Best Maths Game Award: 

Nominated

UK Games Expo Players Choice Award: 

Nominated

Young Einsteins Award: 

Bronze

Country of origin: 

Netherlands

Published by: 

With 'I Learn Maths’ children learn counting, adding and subtracting in a fun and entertaining way to recognise numbers, find numbers to match pictures, learn the sums and expand their knowledge. All sums have been carefully chosen and are in line with the curriculum of four year old. The specially designed number matching system ensures that children can practise adding and subtracting with the ‘I Learn Maths’ independently.
 
The instructions that are enclosed in the box are mainly intended for parents since the children will need some supervision in the beginning to understand the exercises. It is therefore important that you first explain what they need to do before starting with a game. The cards follow a logical sequence, becoming progressively more difficult. The games that your child can play with the ‘I Learn Maths’ are; We’re going to count!, We’re going to add them up!, We’re going to subtract them!, Which number is missing?, Which number should be here?, and Which number is twice as much?(for older or more experienced children).
 
In the box you will find 15 cards, with 83 exercises on with 6 different levels; counting, adding, subtracting, recognise numbers, read numbers, and multiplying. All cards and pieces can be neatly packed away in the handy carry case, so children can easily take the game when on the move. With ‘I Learn Maths’ you can practise at home what you learn at school!
 
Grow with Jumbo. With the series 'I Learn...' children exercise certain skills in a fun way. The games are developed in collaboration with professionals and are in line with the school curriculum and perceptions of the child. Practice at home what you will learn at school! This educational game is suitable for children aged 4 years and above.

I Learn on my Way to Reception

I Learn on my Way to Reception - IG Awards 2017

Best Family Game Award: 

Nominated

Best Cross-Curriculum Game Award: 

Nominated

UK Games Expo Players Choice Award: 

Nominated

Young Einsteins Award: 

Silver

Country of origin: 

Netherlands

Published by: 

Grow with Jumbo. With the series I learn...' children exercise certain skills in a fun way. The games are developed in collaboration with professionals and are in line with the school curriculum and perceptions of the child. Practice at home what you will learn at school!
 
With ‘I learn on my way to Reception’ children learn in a fun and entertaining way to count from 1 to 5, the alphabet, to name colours, and to recognise shapes & silhouettes. Once children reach three years of age, they begin to prepare for school and ‘I learn on my way to Reception’ is designed to support this in 20 educational based games, to be played alone or with others.
 
The 20 games are in line with the various topics that your child will be and is learning about during the first school year. Your child can learn colours, shapes with the 5 lotto cards (7 games to play), learn letters with the animal alphabet (8 games to play), learn numbers with the shopping basket puzzles (4 games to play) and the large farm game that the whole family can enjoy playing together.
 
All the games include a specially designed self-correcting system, so that your child will learn the right and wrong answers for themselves, as the games become more challenging. The instructions that are enclosed in the box are mainly intended for parents since the children will need some supervision in the beginning to understand the exercises. It is therefore important that you first explain what they need to do before starting a game. The games follow a logical sequence, becoming progressively more difficult. It is advisable to start with game 1.
 
These games are suitable for children aged 3 years and above, and can be enjoyed on your own or played with friends and family.

I Learn To Read

I Learn to Read - IG Awards 2017

Best Family Game Award: 

Nominated

Best Literacy Game Award: 

Nominated

UK Games Expo Players Choice Award: 

Nominated

Young Einsteins Award: 

Bronze

Game duration: 

10-20mins

Country of origin: 

Netherlands

Published by: 

With 'I Learn to Read', children learn to read and spell words in a fun and entertaining way to recognise letters, find letters to match pictures, learn the alphabet and expand their vocabulary. The carefully chosen words consist of a maximum of 5 letters and are part of the vocabulary known by five year old children. The specially designed letter matching system ensures that children can practise spelling and reading with the ‘I Learn to Read’ independently.
 
The instructions that are enclosed in the box are mainly intended for parents since the children will need some supervision in the beginning to understand the exercises. It is therefore important that you first explain what they need to do before starting with a game. The cards follow a logical sequence, becoming progressively more difficult. The games that your child can play with the ‘I Learn to Read’ are; Can you copy the word?, Can you find the missing letter? – First, Final and Middle letter, and Can you spell the whole word? (for older or more experienced children).
 
In the box you will find 15 cards, with 90 exercises on with 3 different levels: copy words, find the beginning, middle and end letter and spell words. All cards and pieces can be neatly packed away in the handy carry case, so children can easily take the game when on the move. With ‘I learn to read’ you can practise at home what you learn at school!
 
Grow with Jumbo. With the series 'I Learn...' children exercise certain skills in a fun way. The games are developed in collaboration with professionals and are in line with the school curriculum and perceptions of the child. Practice at home what you will learn at school!

I Learn to Write

I Learn to Write - IG Awards 2017

Best Family Game Award: 

Nominated

Best Literacy Game Award: 

Nominated

UK Games Expo Players Choice Award: 

Nominated

Young Einsteins Award: 

Bronze

Country of origin: 

Netherlands

Published by: 

With I learn ‘to write’ children learn to write letters and words in a fun and entertaining way. All the exercises have been carefully chosen and are in line with the curriculum of four-year- old children.
 
The specially designed lightbox writing system ensures that children can practise writing with the ‘I Learn to write’ independently. The instructions that are enclosed in the box are mainly intended for parents since the children will need some supervision in the beginning to understand the exercises. It is therefore important that you first explain what they need to do before starting with a game. The cards follow a logical sequence, becoming progressively more difficult. The games that your child can play with the ‘I Learn to write’ are; Preparatory exercises for practicing writing skills, learn how to write the numbers 0 to 9 and learning to write the letters A-Z (for older or more experienced children).
 
In the lightbox suitcase you will find 20 wipe-off cards, with 94 exercises on with 5 different levels: motor-skill exercises, learn to write numbers, capital letters, small letters and words. All cards, pen and sponge can be neatly packed away in the handy carry case, so children can easily take the game when on the move. With ‘I learn to write’ you can practise at home what you learn at school!
 
Grow with Jumbo. With the series 'I learn...' children exercise certain skills in a fun way. The games are developed in collaboration with professionals and are in line with the school curriculum and perceptions of the child. Practice at home what you will learn at school!
 
This educational game is suitable for children aged 4 years and above.