Paper Games

The goal of this game is to simply cut out shapes within the piece of paper with the scissors provided. It seems like a pretty straightforward game and in essence, it really is. However what will my child learn from this, you may ask?

Well this is a fantastic game which helps your child, first and foremost, with their visual-motor skills. They will learn how to handle the mouse with complete control and how to use it to their own needs. No longer will the mouse be a daunting piece of equipment for your child! Your child is able to create absolutely anything they can with the scissors and paper; from flowers and centrepieces to paper decorations.

This game helps develop your child’s creativity and their ability to imagine. To have a good imagination and high levels of creativity is definitely a good thing and is an important tool which will help your child in all elements of their lives. By watching the shapes and letters your child may decide to cut out, you will, as a parent, begin to understand what type of person your child is. You will see how they go about cutting shapes and exactly what their thought processes are when cutting such shapes. They will tell you why they have chosen such shapes at which you as a parent will recognise patterns which your child follows.

In school, they will always be using scissors and papers to mess around and cut shapes. This is all useful and helps them develop individual taste and creative abilities.

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memory games for kids

Memory Games

Memory games are very simple and fun games which may come across as exactly that at first. Just simple fun, however do not be deceived as it is games like these which lay the foundation for your child to build upon. When children are young, their minds are pure and clean, the minds are not polluted with the stress of the world. Therefore they are able to pick things up quicker – they are like sponges, absorbing everything that is in front of them. That is the reason why it is easier for children to pick up and learn an instrument or a language when they are younger. Due to the simple fact that their memories are a blank canvas and they can easily apply themselves.