Books and Toys for Gifted Children

Top 5 Toy Recommendations: 

1. IQ Blox 

IQ games each include 120 challenges, with five levels: Starter, Junior, Expert, Master and Wizard. The result? Countless hours of play.

Traveling? SmartGames IQ games come in a self-contained, compact and completely portable case. Pocket or purse, you can take them with you and not worry about losing pieces.

IQ Blox games each include 120 challenges, with five levels: Starter, Junior, Expert, Master and Wizard. The result? Countless hours of play.

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2. Baron’s Logic Puzzles

Get your child’s brain working with 200 grid-based logic puzzles. Filled with complex and fun brain teasers that range in difficulty, this book will put your mind into overdrive with hours of brain-challenging fun.

Using the given backstory and list of clues, readers use pure logic to deduce the correct answer for each fiendishly tricky puzzle in Puzzle Baron’s Logic Puzzles. Bring out your competitive side and check your stats against the average completion time, the record completion time, and the percentage of people who finish the puzzle. Check your work against the answer key and see how logical you really are.

3. Tangram Puzzles

Your child has  nine oddly shaped pieces and a picture of a heart. Or maybe your child is looking at a pile of polygons and wondering how in the world your child will make them into an star. These brainteasing puzzles may seem simple when you first see the symbol your tasked to recreate, but they’re designed to test logic and give spatial reasoning skills a workout. Since the 12 puzzles included range in difficulty from a simple square to that tricky star we mentioned, the set offers hours of mind-boggling fun and a dozen opportunities for victory dances when your child finally nail ’em.

4. Riddle Cube

Can your child make a house in 60 seconds? What about a pizza? Stretch your imagination as you race your way through this rapid, shape-shifting game of 200 mind-bending picture and word puzzles. Everyone races to beat the clock by folding, twisting, and stretching their cubes into shapes that match the challenge card pulled for the round. Match the challenge card first and collect the card– the first player to collect five challenge cards is the winner!

Shhh. .. They’re Learning!

● Helps develop spatial reasoning skills

● Builds problem-solving skills

● Encourages good sportsmanship

5. SmartMax Start XL

Last but not the least, here is the recommendation for younger children. Have fun building incredible structures with SmartMax! SmartMax allows children to explore magnetism safely. The oversized pieces are specifically designed for handling by young kids as they learn about the effects of magnetic attraction and repulsion, while older children will have fun using the pieces to construct towers, bridges and other creations. The magnets are strong enough to carry up to 60 times their weight!

Top 5 Book Recommendations: 


1. Archibald Frisby: For Kids who prefer science over camping

Archibald Frisby (Reading Rainbow Book)

2. Morris and Boris: For gifted children who recently learnt to read

Morris and Boris

3. Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days: Perfect for our gifted perfectionists

Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days!

4. The Adventures of Penrose the Mathematical Cat: Great choice that our future mathematician would love

The Adventures of Penrose the Mathematical Cat

5. The Number Devil: Another interesting read for kids interested in number and maths.

The Number Devil: A Mathematical Adventure