Pattern recognition games are fundamental to building your childs problem solving skills.
Once preschoolers can correctly identify basic shapes, they are ready to create and then take apart complex shapes.
Learning Colours, this game helps to reinforce the basic idea of the Colour Wheel. Colour Game 3.
Using shapes to promote problem solving is a great way of sharpening spatial visualisation abilities in children. Shape Game 2.
Children are introduced to the idea of mixing colours through the Colour Lab. Colour Game 2.
This game aims at promoting memory, quick thinking and vocabulary building skills.
The consonant – vowel – consonant game! If your child is showing a keen interest in identifying alphabets and has mastered the phonics, chances are they’re starting to learn to build words in school.
The ability to link visuals to a colour forms a critical cognitive bond. Colour Game 1.
By age 6, children should be able to demonstrate an understanding of shapes through analysis, comparison, composition and creation. Shape Game 1.
In the Play School App, Learn your 123’s game, children are acquainted with the numbers through basic identification. Starting with 1 through to 10 and then 11 through to 20.
Teaching alphabets in a whole new way! Using the Play School app at home is a great way of complementing learning in the classroom.