Interactive Games For Toddlers
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Mindware Seek-A-Boo! Memory Game - Little ones will love the excitement of the Seek-a-Boo! Memory Game from Mindware. Scatter the colorful oversized photo cards and ask your child to find the match. The 36 themed cards teach colors, shapes, animals, foods, clothing and nature objects.
Purchase the Match It!® Counting Puzzle Game at Michaels. com. With this Match It! counting game, numbers won't seem scary to your little one. With this Match It! counting game, numbers won't seem scary to your little one. This game, along with teaching kids counting, also helps improve their recognition and mathematical skills. You can use the picture and number puzzle cards to teach your kids the numbers from one to twenty. Details: 30 self-correcting puzzle sets Paper For ages 3 and up | Matc
FREE! Practice addition to 10 using this engaging FREE Monster Dress-Up interactive game! This fun game for kids works with any device including iPads, computers, interactive whiteboards and chromebooks in the classroom. An engaging addition to your kindergarten classroom math centers or use it whole group and easily keep everyone's attention. Runs from the Pink Cat Games educational website. #freegamesforkids #mathcenters #kindergarten #smartboard #classroomgames
A great list of fun open-ended online games for kids that will keep your teletherapy groups engaged in speech therapy. Includes games for toddlers, preschool and elementary, and a few for older kids too #speechsprouts #speechtherapygames #teletherapy
These printable dice games for kids are the perfect learning activity to teach color recognition and color words via color matching. #ECE #preschool #kidsactivities #colormatching #printable #learning #education #learningactivities #colors #sightwords #activitiesforkids
Little Engineer Musical Workbench. Eight interactive games with plenty of colorful pieces let little woodworkers learn about colors, shapes, numbers, and more. Includes workbench, hammer, and blocks11.5'' W x 10'' H x 7'' DPlasticRecommended for ages 3 years and upImported
Using kindergarten task cards in a digital activity is so much more fun! You can use these in your classroom or send the link to parents using your LMS of choice! With these interactive task cards, you'll be able to track progress or simple send a fun activity to your students. Work on syllables in this Boom deck.
Are you doing Telehealth or distance learning with your OT clients and looking for a virtual, digital interactive game to play with them? This digital "who am I?" game board allows you to pull up the PDF on your screen and screen share it with your client. The game is played similar to "Guess who" but instead of putting down cards to rule out answers, you can click boxes to illustrate this. #distancelearning #telehealth