Critical thinking happens when children draw on their existing knowledge and experience, as well as on their problem-solving skills, to do things like: Compare and contrast.
The ability to identify colors is considered a marker and milestone in a child’s cognitive process and is often part of early screening for development and educational admittance. Recognizing the colors and identifying the color names is an important part of a child’s development. Early identification of colors helps to create the cognitive link between visual clues and words.
The great thing about teaching your child numbers is that there is no best way to do it. There are games, books, and songs that put fun into education.Toddlers as young as 12 months old are able to recognize numbers. There are many ways you can work and play with your child to teach them numbers. When your toddler reaches the age of 3, they will even be able to start writing numbers.
Learning shapes not only helps children identify and organize visual information, it helps them learn skills in other curriculum areas including reading, math, and science. Learning shapes also helps children understand other signs and symbols.
Good eye-hand coordination can help your child in so many different areas of life. Here are just a few: Sports, Handwriting, Reading, And Life Skills. A game is the perfect way to develop this necessay skill. Stacking the shapes helps incorporate the procces.
A fun kids game stacking shapes by matching numbers until the stack
gets too high. The great thing is the kids love the stacking which keeps
them playing and learning! Kids learn about shapes and numbers but love stacking the pieces.
This board game consists of shapes as game pieces which players stack and score points. Players stack by matching numbers on the pieces, if they don’t have a match then that player starts a new stack. The first player to knock down a stack is out and the other players total their points in the remaining stacks. Whoever has the most points wins. The
game can be played with 2-8 players. Ages 5+.
GRAVITY IS CURRENTLY IN PATENT PENDING STATUS
The Gravity Game is in development and we are currently looking for qualified licensees to help bring this educational learning game to market. If you are interested in learning more, please contact us with the information provided.