LOGICO in education

Why choose LOGICO?

LOGICO is a fantastic educational learning game focusing on logical learning. LOGICO developed by experienced teachers. LOGICO focuses on improving concentration, spatial awareness and logical learning. First published in 1993, it has been a best-seller on the national and international market! So, for 25 years, LOGICO has been used widely at schools, kindergartens and at home.

Whilst working with LOGICO encourages independent learning in a fun and playful way. With built-in self-check at the back of each card, children can check their own answers. PRIMO frames and cards have more of a toy feel, whilst teaching and building on essential skills.

The product itself is robust and durable; whilst the buttons can be safely operated by sliding them along a track. In addition, cards are laminated, with rounded corners for extra durability.

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Children can interrupt the learning process at any stage to check the correct answers, by turning the card over. Self-checking has been made easy by comparing the buttons with the coloured dots on the reverse of the card. As the buttons do not move from where they are placed, children can stop with LOGICO at any time. For instance, when school hours are over so they can continue later.

Above all, there’s plenty to learn from LOGICO games, including vocabulary and mathematics skills, improving understanding, speaking and listening skills – all through play. With LOGICO, children are motivated to become self-directed learners and work with great enthusiasm!


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