Four games for kids

Four games for kids

Cultivate children’s ability to use spoken language for consistent understanding, and consolidate their understanding of the characteristics of objects.

  Game one, radio station play: each member of the family acts as a radio station, such as: grandma radio station, dad radio station.

A parent calls and when a radio station is dialed, the radio station will play songs, cross talks, news and other programs.

Parents can consciously awaken their children’s radio stations, so that children have more opportunities to practice and improve their language skills.

  Good at: make children articulate, generous, can express expressions and recite.

  Game two, telegram play: Adults tell some interesting telegram content in the children’s ears, such as a little monkey jumping disco in a light bulb, a little mouse defeating a big tiger.

The child passed the message to a third person. The third person spoke the content of the telegram and the telegrapher verified it.

If there is no third person, ask the child to repeat it in the adult’s ear.

  First-class: develop children’s memory and language skills.

  Game three, Guru Guru play: Parents and children face each other slender, with both hands holding empty fists, two fists staggered up and down while circling “Guru Guru 1 (show 1 finger)”, parents said: “a cow.

The two people circled again and said, “Guru Guru 2 (showing 2 fingers)”, and the child said, “Two birds.”

Say numbers in sequence to 10, and the game is over.

  Excellent: Learn to use phrase words and impromptu speech, and cultivate the precision and agility of children’s thinking.

  Game four: Little salesperson prepares: 5-10 pieces of children’s toys, apron.

  How to play: Put the toys one by one. Parents first wear an apron as a salesperson and introduce the product to the child.

For example, pointing at a toy dog, “This is a puppy, with white fur, and its nose will smell. It has 4 legs and a rolled tail. It will help people watch the door. Do you like it?”

Do you want to buy it?

The child “buys” the puppy back, and the child introduces the product as a salesperson, and the game repeats.

  Changes in the game: Fruits, vegetables, impurities, dolls, and other categories of items can appear. Customers can also describe the characteristics of the items they want to buy and let the salesperson guess. If they guess correctly, they will “sell” the items to customers.

  Excellent: Cultivate children’s ability to use spoken language for continuous understanding, and consolidate their understanding of the characteristics of items.