Kids Educational Games

Are you looking for a unique, fun, but also educational gift for your child? Whether you’re shopping for birthday gifts, Christmas gifts or just a special gift for the little kid in your life, you can find dozens of ideas online. Many parents and caregivers appreciate the importance of play that incorporates learning opportunities. Children learn a variety of skills from developmental toys and games while also having fun.

If you’re stuck for ideas, check out these toys and games that are sure to inspire creativity and learning.

Puzzles – Puzzles are a great way to help children gain more knowledge about their environment and better hand eye coordination. Jigsaw puzzles are a great indoor activity for kids to do. You can buy simple puzzles with large, colorful pieces for toddlers to advanced puzzles for schoolchildren that have a variety of pieces to put together.

Counting Game – Counting on fingers is the most natural thing to do. All the little ones are starting to count on their fingers and our fingers are here to help! One popular counting game that you may not have heard of is counting wooden hands. You can find them online at leading online children’s stores that sell wooden toys. This game is great for developing an understanding of the concept of numbers.

Wooden Skis – This is a great gift if you buy for two kids to share. Wooden Skiing was great fun for two kids. If you buy a pair with a rubber block underneath, they can be used outside as well as inside. This fun and unique activity provides a fun workout, while encouraging movement and coordination.

Balance Scales and Weights – This is a creative way to teach children about the relationship between weight and balance. Many scales and weights games come with a variety of toy weights to experiment with, but if not, it can be pretty easy to find a weight from around the house to use.

Learn How To Tell The Time – A creative way to learn to tell the time involves a game where children can move the hands of the clock around the clock to match the numbers of the time. Look for hours that have the words ‘quarter past’, ‘half past’, and ‘quarter to’; This is a useful reminder for young children to say the time.

As you can see, there are dozens of unique, fun and creative kids educational games available. Children’s toys made from renewable resource wood and non-toxic paint are proving to be quite popular with parents and caregivers. You can easily find toys made from natural ingredients online.