Board games are great for children’s learning and development, but they have also been great ways to connect with my children. Putting everything else aside for 20 minutes to focus on playing a game together can be such a great experience. Here are some of our favorite board games that even preschoolers can play.
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Blocks are classic, versatile toys with so many applications. You can build with them, use them to build letter & word recognition, or bring in other toys for make-believe & storytelling foundations. Here’s our list of favorite block sets that make our list for toddler & preschool fun.
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Aside from lunch and recess (ah, some things never change!), many students seem to like art class best these days as well. The benefits that art offers children are limitless.
There’s still a blanket of snow outside, and on weekends it’s often difficult to muster the energy to get the kiddos suited up for outdoor play. That’s when puzzles come to mind: they’re a parent’s screen-free lifesaver. Here are our favorites, broken down by age, worth a second look.