Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Day 3: Toys, Games & Puzzles

I am always for turning anything into a game.

When my youngest was 3, I made this poster matching game. Simply buy 2 of the same posters,
cut one apart and then use velcro dots to attach the pieces.

Here's another alternative to a worksheet. These are counting cards.
Your child can circle the answer
with a dry erase marker if you've laminated the cards. Or use clothespins.

If your kids are like mine, they love computer games. And if you're like me, you want them
doing something educational, not mind-mush.

Here are our favorites:

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  1. Those are pretty creative tools you have shared. I like the idea of laminating certain things, that way you can use them and then re-use them ;)
    My kids are also into Computer Games, but I am like you, I want them to be educational! I have and heard & do use of some of the one's you listed, Thank you for that BTW, but one of my Fav Freebies was not there?! In fact, my youngest, is online playing on LGFK as we speak lol! Here is the website ~>
    You should check it out :)


  2. Great post and have amazing content realted to online toy shopping.Well done