7 Educational Game Ideas for Your Kids24 May 2017
A parent is always looking for the best ideas to keep the little ones entertained while they learn something new. Here are a few ideas that would allow your little treasures to have fun while developing their mental abilities.
1. Scrabble Junior
Scrabble Junior is a game that promises hours of fun for the kids. It consists in building simple words with colourful letters and images. One side of the game includes a grid of crossword puzzles for the children to solve, while the other is for the more advanced game where players create their own words.
2. World Flags
Children between the ages of 2 and 9 can test their geographical knowledge and learn more about the countries of the world, including their flags, areas, capital cities, and populations in the world flags game.
3. Ti-Joe Knowledge
In this game, children seven years old or older can test their knowledge on a variety of topics through quizzes and puzzle questions to earn points. Children that like the original version might enjoy others as well, such as Ti-Joe World Travels.
4. Monopoly Junior
In this game, your children get introduced to the world of real estate by buying land and fun properties such as a creamery, while charging rent for houses and hotels they build. While entertaining, this game allows your children to establish their first contact with money in order to understand its value. The game also helps with their mental calculation abilities.
5. Mathable Junior
Mathable Junior is a game of additions and subtractions that encourages youngsters to develop their mathematical and mental math abilities through working on fun questions. This game is the perfect introduction to the world of mathematics.
6. My First Words in English/French
This bilingual game allows the kids to develop their skills for the second language by offering image matching activities and mathematical puzzles in both languages.
Few things beat a fun game of learning how to conjugate verbs with your kids. The idea of Conjudingo is that the kids, ages 8 and up, learn more about the agreement of the verbs of the 2nd and 3rd groups in the present, future, and past tenses.