Does your fifth grader love puzzles? This one is a great introduction to KenKen®, a logic and math game from Japan.
This copying game is like a hopped up version of Simon Says, but it lets kids use their bodies to practice patterning, a key skill in early math.
Here's Twist 'N Turn: let your preschooler or pre-kindergartener be outside and active while learning about shapes, colors, directions, and word recognition.
This fun game tests your child's memory and helps him recognize colors, listen well, discriminate between sound and silence, and stop and start on signal.
Preschoolers need to practice hopping, skipping, and other "gross motor" skills. Why not make it fun by challenging them to move like their favorite animals?
This simple movement activity helps improve listening skills, as your child will be required to discriminate between sound and silence.
This very physical game gets math off the page and into the real world-- and it works on number sense and estimation, key skills for kindergarten readiness.
Help your preschooler combine a lesson about numbers with a silly, snowy game of hopscotch.
This outdoor game will help your child practice observational skills and visual identification while working in some exercise, too!
In this activity, you and your child can play several different games with taped down letters to help reinforce letter recognition while playing.