Kids Games

Kids Games

Kids Games

Kids Math Games – Counting fun

By creating kids games that are educational, your child will have fun as they are learning. Kids math games have been a long time school favorite for teaching children how count and multiply. When your child is involved in this educational game for kids, they will be creating a numbers game that they will want to play as they learn.

Game for Kids

Game for Kids

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Take a long white shoe lace and with a black magic marker, write numbers on the shoe lace. You can do this anyway that you prefer either using lines between numbers or just writing the numbers. Tie a knot at one end of the shoe lace then take a colorful bead and put it on the lace.

Now, you can play any number game you that like. Ask your child to move the bead to the number five and then to the number twenty. There are countless ways to teach math using this simple home made project.

Call a number out loud and have your child move the bead to that number. This will teach number recognition to your child. This project is a great way to teach the concept of more or less. Have them move the bead up or down the lace to show that for instance five is less than ten but fifteen is more than ten. You can also incorporate addition and subtraction into this game.

Kids Games

Games for Kids

Games for Kids

Using games for kids is a great way to teach motor skills as well as color association. Not only will your toddler be learning but you will be bonding as well. This game for kids will not only teach them necessary skills but they will have fun doing them.

Games for Kids

Games for Kids

Take three small disposable cups that are a different color. If you want to be �green� use three small Tupperware glasses or plastic glasses that are a different color that can be purchased at a discount or dollar store.

With your toddler watching, take finger foods, hopefully healthy ones and put them under two of the cups. Now move the cups to different places. Let your child discover where the food is hiding. You might be surprised if they can find it immediately and not look under the cup that has nothing. Of course this will also depend on the child�s age and how ready they are for kids learning games. You can repeat the activity and use variations depending upon your child and their age. You will want to name the color during the game to instill the association.

Have fun with this and other educational games for kids that we will bring to you with our blogs. You can also visit us at www.treasureboxkids.com where you will find adorable, colorful outfits for your baby or toddler.

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