BrainBox – First Colours Review

Disclosure: We were sent the featured products for the purpose of this post however all opinions are my own.

We have been fans of BrainBox ever since we reviewed their On The Farm game a few months back. All the games are fun as well as educational and they’re a great way of playing with your children more as well as helping them to learn in the process.

We’ve recently been given the chance to review the new Preschool range of BrainBox games and will be featuring them over the next few weeks. The first game we’ve been playing is BrainBox First Colours which teaches children aged three and over all about colours.

Review: BrainBox  - First Colours
Review: BrainBox  - First Colours

LP loved playing this game and really got into it. The BrainBox First Colours box is full of thick cards which each have three colour images on one side and then three outlines images on the other. We spent time talking to LP about what she could see on the coloured side of the card and what colour each object was before turning the card over and asking LP what colours she had seen on the other side of the card.

Review: BrainBox  - First Colours
Review: BrainBox  - First Colours

BrainBox First Colours is obviously great at teaching your children colours but it is also so much more than that. BrainBox First Colours is perfect for helping your child’s memory, teaching them new ‘things’ – animals, household objects, shapes and more. LP really got into First Colours and loved that she knew so much but we were also able to teach her a couple of colours she didn’t know as well as lots of new objects. It was also great at helping LP’s concentration – something we’re always trying to improve.

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