Building Games For Kids

Who said you can only have toys at Christmas? This is a Building Game for kids which will help them with their visual synthesis and their visual-spatial imagination. It is becoming increasingly important for our children to have a creative mindset, and a creative way of thinking and what better way to train them than to learning through play?

This game requires the child to put together and form the toys for the elves to pack and send away! You can even convince the children that they are packing their own toys ready for Christmas. This will help the child to learn through the use of imagery, colours and pictures – they will definitely grow up to be a good map-reader, that’s a given!

Nonetheless, this game will help them with identifying detail and mechanisms of objects. They will learn the different parts which make up specific toys. For example, if they receive a jack-in-the-box as a gift, they will not necessarily be sure as to how it works. However, this game will aid them in their understanding as they will build the actual toy. The way in which it will help their ‘attention to detail’ side, is that they have to pick out the toys and parts amidst a variety of clutter. Initially, they may begin with the trial and error method, but they will definitely, the more they play, get used to the parts and begin individually identifying them. This will help the child with their understanding from a scientific and creative perspective.

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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.