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Jungle Theme Croquet Game

Animal Croquet Set or Jungle Theme Croquet Game is a great garden family game. It consist of four animal shape goals, two balls and two mallets. It help in training the child’s eye-hand coordination and control ability.

The animal croquet set are made up of wood.The goal pieces have vivid cartoon pattern(an elephant, a lion, a giraffe and a frog) that will get the child attention.

Recommended Age: 3yrs+

Material: Wood

Help in:

  • Hand- eyes coordination
  • Control ability
  • Dexterity Skills
  • Cognitive Skills


1,499.00 1,099.00

CforCat brings animal croquet set to kids, in a brightly coloured jungle theme!

The perfect new game to take to a picnic, birthday party or any indoor or outdoor event!  Easy to learn. Requires concentration and strategy and enhances hand-eye coordination. And kids can pull in the parents too!
Players or teams compete by using a mallet to knock a ball through the 4 colourful arches called wickets arranged on the playing field, scoring points for each wicket.
It can be played on any surface – outdoors or indoors. The summery colours with the animal pictures brighten up the setting and also help children learn counting with animals.
This wooden toddler toy includes 2 mallets, 2 balls and 4 wickets. Portable and light-weight.
Made in India of natural wood. Non-toxic and child safe.

Easy to learn indoor & outdoor toy. Requires concentration and strategy and enhances hand-eye coordination.

What is hand eye coordination and how can you improve your child’s coordination?

 Eye hand coordination is the ability to track the movements of the hands with the eyes, thus enabling the eyes to send important signals to the brain about hand movement.  Poor hand eye coordination can greatly affect your ability to exercise and can also affect everyday tasks such as writing.

Eye hand coordination is important for many things:

  • Sports – eye hand coordination can help your child catch and hit a ball.
  • Handwriting – eye hand coordination is a vital skill for handwriting.  The eyes need to guide the hand in forming the letters and making sure they stay within the lines.
  • Reading – eye tracking skills, which are vital for reading, this can be developed through games and activities for eye hand coordination