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Thomas Games

Updated on November 29, 2012
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Carolyn loves having fun with children and knows that children learn better if they're having fun also.

Thomas and His Friends


Children Learn With Fun Thomas Games

Thomas games encourage young children in their play and in their learning. Thomas and his friends are ideal for children as they help children learn about basic things like colors, matching, logic and deduction, shape sorting, observing and counting. Children learn about following instructions and working together for a great outcome.

Children learn when it's appropriate to say sorry and thankyou as well as observing different emotions like happy, sad, mad and glad and what to do with them.

Through the child-like actions of Thomas and his friends, children can understand situations the characters find themselves in, and how they get out of trouble. Children learn through observation and then relating the lessons to their own lives. Thomas the Tank Engine stories teach children the right things to do in real life.

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Do You Know What Characterists Diesel Displays?



Although Diesel's character has begun to soften over the years, he will still often cause trouble and antagonise the steam engines. Even when he is thankful for what others have done for him, he is still hesitant to say thanks.

Thomas and Friends: Special Delivery Computer Game

Thomas And Friends: Special Delivery [Old Version]
Thomas And Friends: Special Delivery [Old Version]

Thomas and Friends Special Delivery is a fun computer game for young children. Little engineers choose their engine and then go exploring around the Island of Sodor.

This fun computer game is of high quality and educational.


Thomas and Friends: Special Delivery

As little engineers choose their engine, they then head out to do the tasks set by Sir Topham Hatt. The animals must reach the zoo in time, and where did James get to? Better call in Harold.

While children are engaged with this exciting computer game, they will be learning about basic number and memory skills. At the end of the game you will be able to reward your child for accomplishing the goal, by printing out a personalized certificate for work well done. This game runs very well on Windows Vista or XP.

If you want your kids to learn and have fun at the same time, then this computer game is perfect for you. This is highly recommended for young children who love Thomas and Friends. Learning has never been this fun!

Who is Rusty?


Rusty the Faithful

Although Diesel's character has begun to soften over the years, he will still often cause trouble and antagonise the steam engines. Even when he is thankful for what others have done for him, he is still hesitant to say thanks.

Thomas and Friends: Station Stop Matching Game

This fantastic board game featuring Thomas and Friends is a hit with all young children who love Thomas the Tank Engine.

Come and join Thomas and his friends from the Island of Sodor and enjoy playing matching games with the younger children and, for the older children, memory and reading skills with games like: Memory and What's Missing. Whatever game you play, you will have trainloads of absolute enjoyment!

These games are wonderful teaching aids, taking a lot of the common educational games and reworking them using Thomas and Friends.

Can You Guess What George Does?


Good Friends


Thomas and Friends: Railways Adventure Playset

Although this computer game is designed for children three and older, three and four year olds may need some help initially as tasks for this computer game are more complex with more steps involved. Once they've mastered it, they will have heaps of fun.

The graphics of this game are excellent and children can travel around the tracks almost endlessly if they want. This game does not take the child automatically to the right station that is needed to complete a certain task and he will also need to remember what destination is next so the tracks can be switched over.

When the game is finished, the children can switch onto the special siding and play a reward game. Children will love this game, which is still heaps of fun and requires less effort.

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