Reusable board games to teach skills to kids

by Sisschool Jaipur Sine International School
We know very well that childhood is the age when we teach our kids many things we want, as it is the purest and unshaped state of the human being. This particular time is the best opportunity to nurture the child in a way which helps it in developing necessary skills to survive, sustain and achieve success in the world and it is scientifically proven that games and sports are the best tools for developing soft skills like emotional intelligence, logical thinking as well as decision making and many more. 

If you are looking forward in this regard, you can take the help of erasable and reusable games boards so that they could practice the skills for building a good future. Here are some board games to consider for the students of Best English Medium School in Vatika which you can easily make at home:

Caterpillar game: This can be a very good game if you want to develop your kid’s motor skills and by playing this game, our kid will be able to learn about the different stages of metamorphosis.

Scrabble: This is the classic word game which you can easily make at home by using the game board. We can also make our kid pronounce each word as he keeps constructing them. This would be helpful in his diction skills and make his vocabulary strong.

Checkers: It is one of the favorites and popular games among kids and this game helps children in developing memory skills.  

Alphabetic Tic Tac Toe: This is the modified version of tic tac toe where the kids have choices to select their letters and play by writing them. This is also one of the easy board games in order to be considering for students of rajasthan board english medium school in Jaipur. The little kids can learn alphabets if made to play on the regular basis. 

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