LOKI: Stimulate Young Minds with Engaging Board Games for Children at Puttot!

Known for their creativity in producing engaging board games for children, LOKI hails from France.

Helmed by a team of passionate game developers, LOKI is set to shoot for the stars and more! Some of the past work of these talented developers include: The Mysterious Forest (IELLO, 2016, nominated for the Kinder Spiel Des Jahres), Sticky Chameleons (IELLO, 2017), and Monster Chase (The Masked Scorpion 2016).

Ensuring that all games they produce have very engaging components and illustrations, LOKI aims to develop games that can create unforgettable experiences.

Due to the rigorous testing all of LOKI’s games go through before it hits the market, when it comes to stimulating young minds while creating unforgettable memories through board games, LOKI is second to none.

What's super cool about Puttot is that they've got something for every artistic interest and skill level. Is your kid a budding painter? They've got vibrant sets with brushes, paints, and canvases that'll make their imagination soar. Do they love getting crafty? Puttot's got DIY projects like jewellery-making kits that'll have them designing their own bling in no time.

With Puttot, arts and crafts become an adventure. They've curated a unique variety of products that cater to every interest, from sparkly princess-themed sets to dinosaur-inspired masterpieces. Your little artist can explore different techniques, mix colours, and experiment with textures, all while giggling and having a blast.


Engaging in arts and crafts activities helps children develop creativity, imagination, fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, problem-solving abilities, and self-expression. It also boosts confidence and promotes a sense of accomplishment.

Children can start engaging in simple arts and crafts activities as early as toddlerhood, around the age of 2 or 3. As they grow, they can progress to more complex projects that suit their age and abilities.

Young children can enjoy activities such as finger painting, colouring with crayons or markers, playdough sculpting, collages with cut-out shapes, and simple paper crafts like origami or paper cutting.

Encourage your child to think creatively by providing open-ended materials and allowing them to explore different possibilities. Offer praise and support their ideas and efforts, promoting a positive and nurturing environment.

Safety is important during arts and crafts. Ensure that materials are non-toxic and age-appropriate. Supervise young children when using scissors or other potentially hazardous tools, and teach them proper handling and caution.