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Preschool Learning Games for Kids for a Great Academic Start!

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Jan 17, 2022
SKIDOS

The preschool age is an important phase to sharpen kids’ fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, so parents must consider introducing them to some relevant preschool learning games and activities that will help them get a good start to academic learning.

When your toddler turns 2 or 3, you begin to notice that they’re pretty quick at grasping and learning new things. Very soon, they’re going to be in preschool and then kindergarten, so as a parent, you often wonder how to prepare them for it. It’s always wise to help them understand some basic concepts in simple, fun ways so that kids aren’t entirely clueless when they learn them formally at school. And, of course, SKIDOS is here to teach them the alphabet, numbers, animals, and much more through some attractive and carefully designed games. Here are some preschool learning games that both parents and kids will enjoy learning through.

Play & Discover

The most ideal one for your toddlers, this game is filled with mini-games that will help them learn all the necessary concepts like alphabets, numbers, shapes, and also about animals. Kids get to learn about musical instruments and the sounds they make, different fruits, and what they’re called, and the circus elephant also teaches them about shapes and colors. There are even simple counting games that will help improve concentration in children. There’s also a dashboard available for parents to track the progress of their child easily to understand which concepts come naturally to them and which need more practice. This can come in real handy for parents to give the kids a starting point before formal school.

Animal Game

If there’s one thing that all kids are fascinated with, it’s the animal kingdom. They are always curious as to where the animals live, what they eat, when do they sleep, etc. Here’s a game that will allow your child to play with their favorite animals and also learn a thing or two. Kids can learn how to tell time with the adorable bear clock, drive a bulldozer around the jungle with a fox, and enjoy watching what the caterpillar, ponies, and other animals eat. There are also mini-games that will teach kids about stars and constellations, seasons, and different plants, trees, and fruits. This can be quite an enriching experience for preschoolers as they are curious and have a new found energy to grasp it all fairly quickly.

Cube Puzzle

Here’s an excellent game that will help build logic, improve hand-eye coordination, and attention span of your child. There’s a jumbled cube and kids have got to unjumble the pieces till the entire picture makes sense. All the pictures are of cute little animals, so after the picture is composed, an audio description will narrate the name of the animal character. In this game, kids have got Doctor Fox, Detective Squirrel, Panda the Lifeguard, Lion the Pastry chef, and many more hilarious characters to have fun with. As cute animal sounds are bound to allure kids, learning is likely to seem more relaxed and effortless and thus, more effective.

SKIDOS games are designed and curated by professional educators who understand the curiosity and psychology of children. The purpose of these games is to sharpen their fine motor skills and ensure that they have an enjoyable time in the process. From an early age, parents must take advantage of the cognitive abilities of the child and stimulate their minds with activities that will prepare them for school better. We understand that parents don’t want their kids to feel overwhelmed or even left behind when they begin school. And so, we’ve incorporated simple learning concepts in all our games strategically. Explore the 40+ learning apps by SKIDOS to try it for yourself.

ABOUT SKIDOS

SKIDOS’s interactive learning games for kids are designed for 2 – 11-year-olds & are aligned with their academic objectives. With our educational games, guide your children to become confident learners in math, coding, & reading. Introduce them to 21st-century skills that will help them prepare for a brighter future. With easy-to-access weekly reports, you can keep an eye on their progress, too. 

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