Learning games for children during lockdown can help kids revise their syllabus while staying at home:

Teachers prefer to teach with the help of aids, like learning games. It is fun too and nothing can be better than combining fun and learning.

Kids are like sponges. They absorb data about life as they play. It is better to engage them in progressive activities. Offer them good stuff so they can absorb it at a very early stage & start practicing what they have learned.

Due to corona outbreak, parents keep social distancing between children. Children like games so it is a good idea to check out our collection of games that can help the cognitive & learning skills of kids. 

Learning games for children during lockdown can help parents concentrate on their work while children will learn on their own. To select a suitable game for kids to enhance their skills and give them fun, the following list can be consulted:

Learning games for children during lockdown


Jumbo Bananagrams:


Jumbo BANANAGRAMS
Jumbo BANANAGRAMS
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A bag full of 3-inch square tiles with individual letters printed on them can be used for finding matching letters, spell names, and arranging letters in sequence while singing the alphabet song.


Tell Me a Story:


Tell Me a Story
Tell Me a Story
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Kids delight in sequencing the full photo cards into stories. So they can be asked to separate cards into piles depending on characters, debate possible orders for every pile, draw 3 random cards and narrate a tale with them, and guess what will happen next in a tale that they have made.


Boggle Junior:


Boggle Junior
Boggle Junior
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Boggle Jr. utilizes dice with letters instead of numbers. As children match letters to the picture card and can learn letter identification skills, matching letters to sounds, and common short vowel words.


Raccoon Rumpus:


Raccoon Rumpus
Raccoon Rumpus
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While dressing the raccoon in costumes, pre-school children will learn colors, matching and counting.


Cootie:


Cootie
Cootie
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By rolling a dice and building a customized cootie bug, you can practice counting, identification of numbers, & reading a chart.


1-2-3 Farmyard:


1-2-3 Farmyard
1-2-3 Farmyard
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You can race to make a farm from animal cards you obtain from the deck. While building a farm, children will practice number identification, counting, and comparing numbers.


The Bug Game:


The Bug Game
The Bug Game
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In this game, players match insect halves together to form whole bugs. They also learn classification, matching, and features of insects.


Robot Turtles: The Game for Little Programmers:


Robot Turtles: The Game for Little Programmers

Robot Turtles: The Game for Little Programmers

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Children can be introduced to computer science and the Logo programming language with this game. You can utilize code cards to maneuver the android turtle around the board. The diversity & variety in stages will help children learn identification of bugs in programming, loops & sub-routines, & planning.


Rivers, Roads and Rails:


Rivers, Roads and Rails
Rivers, Roads and Rails
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The 140 cards can be utilized to build transport systems. By matching like pieces (rivers, rails, & roads), you can build innovative maps every time you play this game. You can learn about transportation systems, matching, and maps.


Scrabble Junior:


Scrabble Junior
Scrabble Junior
(Image Credit: Hasbro Gaming)


This game grows along with children. On 1 side of the board you can find photos & pre-printed words that can be used to match letters, & the other side of the board is blank which allows everybody to make their own words. Children learn matching letters, spelling, & reading.

2 Comments

  1. my kids don't study & i'm looking forward to engage them in educational vidoe games

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    1. Thank you Naila for your precious comment. I hope video games will help your kids.

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