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...

14 Feb2021April 30, 2021
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Classic Kids Dart Board

Classic Kids Dart Board

Improve hand-eye coordination Stress relief Fosters concentration skills Improves math skills Whether you like to be outside or inside, darts is a game that allows you to exercise and have some fun. Everyone can benefit from playing a game of darts. It is a great way to be active and work on your hand-eye coordination...

01 Feb2021April 30, 2021
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Race To Infinity

Race To Infinity

Sharpen math skills Learn multiplication Foster creative thinking skills and decision-making Build social skills and confidence When a board game adds math challenges to the activity, it equals to a good time. Math themed board games are a fun way to engage math class. Parents and educators can integrate these types of board games to...

06 Jan2021April 30, 2021
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Pull Up Radish

Pull Up Radish

Cultivate memory Improve concentration Foster matching skills and color recognition Develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination Memory games are fun way to start learning. Playing memory games help develop cognitive skills such as problem solving and memory retention. The learning time is disguised by the game making every moment fun and exciting. Pull Up...

08 Nov2020April 30, 2021
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Magnetic Memory Training Game

Magnetic Memory Training Game

Develop memory formation Foster matching skills Develop thinking skills and concentration Build social skills and vocabulary Memory games, time after time, have been prover to be great mind exercises to make brain agile. In early development, it is important that toddlers train their memory skills. Starting with memory formation, all the skills that have to...

07 Nov2020April 30, 2021
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Crazy Scientist Board Game

Crazy Scientist Board Game

Exercise critical and logical thinking Develop hands-eye coordination Enhance social skills Board games are unconventional tools for learning. They can work cognitive skills, motor skills or any skill needed for a specific class subject such as grammar or math. Board games can be played anywhere at any time. They can be part of the lesson...

03 Nov2020April 30, 2021
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Dragon Market

Dragon Market

Sharpen math skills and counting Foster logical and decision making Improve strategic thinking and planning Promote cooperative play and build social skills Board games are a great hands-on learning tools to keep children engaged and entertained. Bringing everyone to a same room to have fun and test their skills. Dragon Market is one of those...

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...

08 Sep2020April 30, 2021
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BENEFITS OF PERFECTION

BENEFITS OF PERFECTION

Engages motor skills Encourages perception skills Promotes cognitive practice Practices memory The fast-paced game of Perfection introduces children into a fun way to keep their brains active through rapid play in memorization, perception, cognitive practice, and the use of motor skills to achieve a win. This game entices everyone who plays it to be vigilant...

02 Sep2020April 30, 2021
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Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game

Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game

Learn about cells and biology Foster scientific and mathematical thinking Enhance strategic thinking and problem solving Build social skills Science games can help spark interest in learning. They can be played at anytime and anywhere and it will prompt players to learn something new or practice what they already know. Parents and educators can use...

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