SmartGames launches pre-school game Peek-A-Zoo

Published on: 9th November 2022

SmartGames unveils its latest game, Peek-A-Zoo, an I Spy game for toddlers to explore where their favourite animals are hiding.

The new game Peek-A-Zoo from one of the world leaders in multi-level logic games comes with a new set of challenges for pre-schoolers aged two plus.

The new game is designed for pre-schoolers to practise language skills, learn about colours, discover cute animals and develop their understanding of concepts such as above, below, inside and outside. The game is made of high quality, durable cardboard and is easily packed away to store and take along you wherever the child goes.

With multiple play options, little ones can follow the picture challenges and try to stack the right cubes as shown on the challenge card to spy the animals, or let their imagination run wild while they stack and play. Either way, little ones will love playing peekaboo with the cheeky giraffe, fabulous flamingo and cute lion as they stack the different sized blocks. The game includes five cardboard blocks, one cardboard lid and 48 picture cards.

As always with SmartGames, challenges range from easy to difficult and will keep little ones busy for hours. Peek-A-Zoo stimulates many different cognitive skills, including concentration, language, logic, problem solving and spatial insight.

Commenting on the launch of Peek-A-Zoo, Karen Clarke, UK Brand director at Smart Toys and Games, said: “We are just delighted with this charming new game. Peek-A-Boo is a much-loved game for little ones, so to give it a playful educational spin with some of the cutest zoo animals was the perfect fit. The colourful challenges in Peek-A-Zoo will keep littles ones occupied in the colder months as it will keep their brains ticking and searching for hours.”

Sales enquiries can be made via or 01903 885669.


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