House Decorating Games

Every child will be aware of the story of Hansel and Gretel, and if not, well here is your perfect chance to teach your child the story! This game is based on the House of the Witch in the childrens story, Hansel and Gretel. We all know that she is not a nice lady and Hansel and Gretel do mess up the house a little by eating it, but now they have completely ruined it and they must decorate it all over again! This game requires your child to drag and drop whichever object they may want, from cakes and doughnuts, to chocolates and sweets.

This game is a brilliant game to help develop the creative insight of your child. Not only will the child decorate this house for the witch, but they will become inquisitive towards what the specific foods are. They will also want to re-read or read for the first time, what the story of Hansel and Gretel is – and reading is never a bad thing which we’re sure you’d agree.

It will also help the child understand the environmental factors which have been placed surrounding the house. There are rabbits and grass and trees, it looks like a forest, why would there be a house in the middle of the forest? These ideas will help the child ask beautiful, educational and insightful questions expanding their levels of education and broadening their creative horizon. It is also a game which will develop their ability to use a computer mouse and polish off those amazing visual-motor skills which they have gained through playing our wonderful games!

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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.