14 Mar2021April 30, 2021
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The Ladybug Game

The Ladybug Game

Learn to read and count Recognize colors Building social skills Anyone can create his or her own board game…even a child. At least that’s what Kaylie Copenhagen did when she came up with The Ladybug Game. Today many educators incorporate activities and games into curriculums, but it’s unusual and refreshing to have an educational game...

11 Sep2020April 30, 2021
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Outfoxed! A Cooperative Whodunit Board Game

Outfoxed! A Cooperative Whodunit Board Game

Engages memorization skills Encourages perception skills Practices problem solving Partakes in cognitive thinking Uncovering a mystery in a board game can be fun, immersive, and educational when playing with other people invested in the story. Outfoxed! is another example of this when it places players into a crime scenario that needs to be solved. Within...

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...

16 Apr2020April 30, 2021
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Sensory Board

Sensory Board

Develop fine motor skills Enhance memory Fosters logic thinking and problem solving Promotes creativity and imagination We all learn through our senses. From a young age, children discover and learn by touching, listening, observing, smelling, and tasting. It is especially important to stimulate the senses in early learning since it has been proven that children...