We found these fun and engaging learning games for little learners that will teach them the fundamental lessons they need while playing at the same time. Try these games with your students today.
1. Parking Numbers Game
This little learner can practice his number learning and number recognition! A young child can use this game to play independently or with a friend. This game was created by Georgina of Craftulate.
2. Muffin Tin Reading Games
This game is a take on tic-tac-toe. It helps a child to recognize sight words. Sight words are those that need to be recognized automatically by sight. They generally are not words that can be sounded out.
Materials Needed: 1 muffin tin, 12 paper cupcake liners, 1 marker, 1 Dolch sight word list, and a handful of place markers such as hard candy or cereal
On the bottom of each cupcake liner write a sight word. Place each liner in a muffin tin cup. You are ready to play! One person calls out a word. The other person takes a place marker and puts it in the correct cup. When three in a row is achieved, you have a winner.
This game was created by Jodi of http://growingbookbybook.com/.
3. Time Matching Game
Dig into your plastic egg stash and make a quick game to help your student practicing telling time.
Draw a clock with a target time on one-half of an egg. Then write the corresponding digital time on another half. Mixed up the colors so that they did not match. You can have them match depending on the degree of difficulty you want to provide.
This game was created by Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas.
4. Paint Chip Crafts
Chose some Paint Chip colors. Grab your hot glue gun and a pair of scissors and some clothespins. Cut a little piece from each of the color shades and glued them each onto a clothespin. And let the fun begin!
This game was created by Jewels Rosenau
5. Paper Math Games: Fractions and Multiplication
Have any game ideas you’ve used with your kids to share? Let us know in the comments below!