06 Sep2020April 30, 2021
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Spell Buzz

Spell Buzz

Learn to read and build up vocabulary Enhances memory capacity Developing interpersonal skills Spelling is key for learning to read and write. There are many games focused on building a person’s vocabulary and enhancing reading comprehension. Most of the time the classic spelling bee competition is mimicked through games. One of these games is Spell...

20 Aug2020April 30, 2021
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City Engineering and Design

City Engineering and Design

Develop problem-solving Enhance fine motor skills Critical and spatial thinking Foster creativity Little engineers are what most children are when growing up. There are many building toys are great way to spark interest in science, technology, engineering and math. The purpose of these STEM toys is for children to develop the cognitive skills that can...

03 Aug2020April 30, 2021
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Red Light Green Light

Red Light Green Light

Help color recognition Develops gross motor skills Build social skills Develop observation and listening skills Preschool games never go out of style. They are simple to remember, don’t have many rules, and are super fun to play in groups. Children learn basic social norms while playing these types of games. Best of all, preschool game...

16 Jul2020April 30, 2021
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MOVIE DIRECTOR Board Game

MOVIE DIRECTOR Board Game

Stimulate critical thinking skills Develop problem-solving Boost math skills Turning math problems in into a game is a good technique to teach abstract concepts. Some games are designed to help children recognize numbers, learn how to count, and even how to solve basic math equations. Board games are a good way to establish a math...

14 Jun2020April 30, 2021
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Bus Stop Board Game

Bus Stop Board Game

Sharpening math skills Learn to count and recognize numbers Develop motor skills and visual perception skills Improves memory and observation skills There are many games that focus on vehicles of transportation such as cars and buses. They capture children attention because of their familiarity. These games can be useful hands-on learning tools for young children....

29 May2020April 30, 2021
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My Calendar

My Calendar

Learn to measure time and perception of time Practice reading and math skills Foster communication skills and social skills Birthdays, special events, and holidays mark the passing of time. From a young age, children learn about passing of time as it indicates the start and end of their daily school activities. Learning to read time...

19 May2020April 30, 2021
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Kidtastic Dinosaur Toys

Kidtastic Dinosaur Toys

Engages motor skills Encourages perception skills Practices problem solving Partakes in creative play Playing with Kidtastic Dinosaur toys not only requires imagination and creativity, but it also engages children in the use of motor and perception skills to fully take advantage of this toy’s fun. Having different pieces to build for the toy dinosaurs involves...

18 May2020April 30, 2021
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CatOwl

CatOwl

Exercise mental math skills Promotes concentration Trains memory From a young age is important for children to learn the importance of numbers and math. Mental mathematical games help children give quick responses to math problems and understand equations. Keeping their mind sharp and strengthening the brain muscles. These types of games are complementary tools for...

14 May2020April 30, 2021
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Owlconic Time Game

Owlconic Time Game

Lear to read analog and digital clocks Foster problem solving and memory skills Develop sequencing Exercise fine motor skills Time is a concept that children gradually learn as they are developing their cognitive skills. A fun way for parents and educators to introduce time concepts such as time management and time reading is through games....

05 May2020April 30, 2021
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Mermaid Island Cooperative Board Game

Mermaid Island Cooperative Board Game

Build social skills and communication Foster strategic thinking and decision-making Promote teamwork There is a lot to learn from playing games. They help teach life skills as well as develop cognitive skills that are important for learning. With creativity and a little effort, parents and educators can integrate games to their class to make more...

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