Games for Children
Don’t you know how to play games with kids? If you’re wondering if the games you’re playing are useful to them, here are the types of games for your age and their benefits for children.
By reading the articles below, you can proceed to your game adventure with children by adding new ones.
One of the things that fascinates me the most when I watch children’s play is their ability to transform everyday objects into countless other things. Many times they are not even concrete materials but pieces of paper, cardboard, things that we are going to throw.Read More
Games Children The 4 year old children begin to imitate the activities of adults and enter the ‘why’ stage. From now on, they will start bothering if they lose in a game or get excited if they win. How to play with 4 Year Olds? Four-year-olds are in a stage of child growth in which […]Read More
Games For 3 Year Olds Kids Children three years are more independent when playing, begin to develop their imagination and can begin to participate in simple symbolic games. They are at a fundamental age to encourage and stimulate their cognitive, physical and emotional development, and play is an essential activity for this to be possible. […]Read More
The stage that includes two to three years is a phase in which children seek to increase their autonomy. In addition, their psychomotor skills, and their socialization, make a great leap and need to have contact with other children for their stimulation and development. What games are best suited at this age?Read More
With a year of life, babies have already perfected their three-dimensional vision and can see as perfectly as an adult. We propose a series of games suitable for babies of one year. He’ll have fun, and you’ll have a great time! Discover them!Read More
games 6 month babies Six-month-old babies already begin to spend much less time sleeping and are much more active. Therefore, parents must prepare to deplete much of that emerging energy of the child with appropriate games that favor their learning and cognitive, physical and emotional development. At six months, babies begin to need a play […]Read More