Learning doesn’t need to be a laborious task that children despise instead it can become a fun family pastime. These games are a creative and interactive way for youngsters to develop matching, sorting, strategic thinking, fine motor skills, spelling, maths, hand eye coordination and many other skills, most importantly we can’t forget fun!
Finding educational games for children under three can be difficult, but not impossible. The Early Learning Wooden Puzzle is a simple game that will help toddlers learn colors, shapes and improve there motor skills, there’s also Blocks and Rock Stack Bundle which also encourages problem solving skills too!
Encourage your littlest ones to interact and explore with Roll and Play which is a simple game that will help develop gross motor skills, an understanding of colors, animals and counting to name but a few!
Finding a game that’s enjoyable for all ages with different styles or options can be challenging, but the Spot It games do just that. They’re each designed to teach fine motor skills, attention as well as speech/language skills and you’ll find everything from a junior animals option, Alphabet, or even Frozen so there’s bound to be one you’ll love!
Self esteem, social skills and numbers are each as important as the next when teaching your little ones and Count Your Chickens is designed to help promote/teach each of these skills. Aimed at children aged 3+ there’s absolutely no reading required but there are hours of fun to be had.
What mysterious items does the Cat have in his hat? Well now you can find out with the Dr. Seuss What’s in the Cat’s Hat? Game. No two games are ever the same and you’ll learn deductive reasoning along with improving your memory. This simple and easy to play game will quickly become your families favourite pastime!
Memory games are a fun way to introduce educational games into the family and with Shopping List you aim to be the first person to collect all the items on your list. observational skills, reading and memory skills are just a few of the things you can learn and improve whilst playing this unique and enjoyable game! You can also get a booster pack to add even more value and create completely different game!
Everyone’s favorite naughty Monkey is back in the Curious George Matching Game, which is a new spin on the old classic match and memory games. This is a fun game for the whole family and will help improve your memory as much as it’ll help your little ones!
There are loads of fun and creative games you can play to help children learn the alphabet, the sounds letters make, spelling and general language skills. There’s the classic alphabet flash cards option, however you can turn learning the alphabet and the sounds each letter makes into a game that everyone will enjoy with Sequence Letters, a fun twist on traditional board games where you aim to earn chips from making sequences. If that doesn’t take your fancy then Grandma’s Trunk Alphabet Game will! Use them as flash cards, play fun riddle games or create stories…in fact there’s a total of 5 different ways to play! Or if you want something even more active check out Alpha Catch.
Take turns reading clues out to each other to see who is the first to shout out the answer. Blurt is a fun fast paced vocab. game that will help you learn more words, definitions and it’ll even work on your memory recall!
Addition and subtraction can be a tough task to master as a child, though with Sum Swamp these skills will soon become a fun game that you can enjoy whilst making your way around the board!
Race to answer age appropriate questions with Smart. Make learning interesting and fun in a unique way whilst keeping all players engaged. To win you need to be the first to answer a question correctly in the categories Science, Math, Art, Reading and The World.
Professor Noggins Card Games are packed full of facts on all sort of topics from the wonders of science to the human body and is perfect for ages 7/8 upwards! The whole family will enjoy these and they are highly educational too!
If you’d like an exciting way to help kids develop word building, vocabulary, spelling and concentration then Wordplay For Kids is exactly what you’re after!
Rory’s Story Cubes is a creative way to enjoy hours of imaginative fun whilst encouraging speaking, listening skills, problem solving and mental workout. Best of all this game is ideal to take on the go and can be played as part of a group or on your own!
Crack codes, solve mysteries and improve your vocabulary whilst playing the Super Sleuth Vocabulary Game.
Strategy, hand eye co-ordination and cognitive skills will be increased by playing Suspend a fun and exciting came which you can play as a whole family unit or individually for an intriguing challenge!
Wildcraft is a herbal adventure board game which helps kids understand and learn the importance of herbs, natural medicines and medicinal plants. Suitable for ages 4+ this game is for the little adventurers out there who love to explore nature!