Not only are you free to play with many small dice, you can also improve your combination skill, inner vision, task awareness, and shared attention with guided games. We've collected a couple of specific game ideas that you probably haven't tried yet.
Lego game tipsThere are some fun games that provide generations of memorable minutes for children. Like Lego Duplo, which is not a clever or complicated game (nor is it necessary for the little ones), but it does have a lot of gameplay.
But why are you so?Above all, it is safe. Since we have big ones and a baby, it is important to have a little room for the kids so that there are only toys on the ground that do not pose a risk to the more small children. Like ingestion and bulk. (I think this is a problem with many families.) I do put the Duplo in the big ones, let them play, I know the little one can fall in love with the game. You will be unobtrusive in learning what the elements are and how to use them, without getting any direct instructions.
So I like it because gives kids a free way to fantasy. Of course, there are also assembly instructions for each set, but they are only added once or twice by my kids, and then they rely on their own imagination. Aminйl better developer games do not exist! A cube can be an ambulance, a boat, a mail package, a chair, a kitchen counter, anything. And then there are fantasy games that can help kids cope with potential stress, mimic adults, learn the rules of free play, and more.
Of course, you can play "guided play" outside your free fantasy games, but don't imagine it as a rigorous school lesson. A balance must be found when a child feels that he or she is playing with his or her mother or father as much as he or she can, while being free, relaxed, and without any expectation.
These may be the names of colors, minor-major, more-or-less concepts, quantification, numbers, left-right-top-down concepts, etc. Or if one opts for early language education, lego is one of the best "educational aids", because foreign language can be handled, examined, interpreted, and easily big blue cube. Thanks! ".
Finally, let's see two specific games that not only improve children's attention and concentration, but also their combined skill, inner vision, task awareness and shared attention.
The name of the game: what's under the cloth?Depending on the parent (or baby) age group, 3-6 pieces of a shape are created that children cannot see. Put it down and cover it with a cloth. The aim is for the children to try to figure out the same shape, so that they do not look at it, only to feel it with their hands through the cloth. It can be shorter to play with children secretly shaping each other (brothers or sisters) or parents.
The game can also be used up and up, and you can start to increase the number of items, but you can also play it over and over again.
Another player: move, show!The parent (or baby) asks the children to color their items according to the color they show and place them on the table in front of them. (Depending on the age range of 2-3 colors eg red, orange, blue). She tells the children which movement to use for which color. eg. red - one turn locally, orange - squat, blue - bow. The task is to pick the name of the color that you hear and put it in the middle of the movement.
It can be difficult to hear the colors faster or the same color twice, three times in a row, and even for a 5-6 year-old to enter into a short story or story, which will attract more children.
Of course, the number of game variations is endless, so feel free to use your imagination to come up with newer and newer games.
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