Description Toddler Learning Games – Little Kids Games
Little kids learning games is a collection of games/puzzles for preschool children. To teach your pre-k kiddo color, shapes,English Alphabet, phonics, counting numbers, Musical notes and tracing. The interactive learning is a great mode of education as children enter kindergarten as kinesthetic learners. Twenty high quality toddler games for 2-4 year old, keeps the kid enchanted with the experience of the kids fun games. The learning based toddlers educational activities are perfect for kids to inculcate inquisitiveness in their early childhood. The educational games for children encourage to learn at their own pace. No winning and no losing keep the kid amused for hours. Rewards and appreciation earned at the end of each activity boost the kid’s morale.Each quiz in itself act as baby toy for the little ones. Adorable stickers can be collected in a box after scoring enough points.
** Baby Games are designed to enhance following skills 1. Colorful & engaging activities for young minds. 2. Core activities for foundation stage of primary school kids. 3. Helps to develop skills for early learning while keeping kids busy and engaged. 4. Games for cognitive skills for kids. 5. Hand-eye coordination using early learning games. 6. Concentration and Memory development in infants. 7. Visual perception 8. Digital Baby Toys 9. Motor skills development of your baby 10. Introducing child to basic musical notes using a Piano. 11. Baby coloring games to introduce colors for toddlers.
Toddlers educational games is great mode of learning for preschoolers. It helps to inculcate interest and positive attitude towards learning since a very early age. Learning by doing or Experiential learning is one of the most recommended way to introducing basic concepts to infants and babies.
Quoting experts on kid’s learning styles: “Children enter kindergarten as kinesthetic and tactual learners, moving and touching everything as they learn. By second or third grade, some students have become visual learners. During the late elementary years some students, primarily females, become auditory learners. Yet, many adults, especially males, maintain kinesthetic and tactual strengths throughout their lives.” (Teaching Secondary Students Through Their Individual Learning Styles, Rita Stafford and Kenneth J. Dunn; Allyn and Bacon, 1993).