Car Games For Boys

This is a car game designed for the player to help them increase their ability in those visual synthesis and analysing skills. This brilliant game is one which is probably more suited towards boys however girls are more than welcome to have a go on.

The aim of this game is to match the wheels to the correct vehicles – pretty simple and straightforward. Now, what are the educational benefits of this car game? What is my child going to learn from playing this game? Well, there are a vast amount of benefits.

The first one is the most blatant, one which is a theme throughout the majority of all our games. This game will help your kid with their visual synthesis skills and their ability to analyse situations. The reason we say ‘situation’ rather than the game is because the vehicles themselves are placed in environments. They are placed in their stereotypical surroundings. The child will match the correct wheels after analysing and understanding why a certain vehicle may need bigger wheels, why a certain type of tyre does not fit on a certain vehicle. They will learn to take into consideration all factors which affect their choices and this is a vital lesson which is to be learnt and implemented in their outer lives.

Through playing this car game, they will understand how important it is to absorb surroundings and not just what is simply in front of your eyes. Verifying information will become a good trait of theirs through playing games as such.

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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.