Fun 4 Kids Learning

Welcome to Fun 4 Kids Learning. A place where you can browse our reviews and suggestions for fun, wholesome and healthy activities for your children to enjoy. We believe that education and development happens when a child is able to focus and enjoy what they are doing and build skills that are the foundation for more formal schoolwork.

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AGES: 11 - 13 years

NUMBERS GAMES WITH DICE

If asked to picture a fun, engaging, and inexpensive game that can also be used as a learning tool, playing with dice might not be the first that comes to mind. A long-standing staple of casinos and dive bars, they have also made their way into classrooms and are used by educators as a way to enhance learning and teach numbers concepts. Math isn’t generally regarded as the most exciting subject to study, but introducing games into lessons is a smart way to keep students engaged.

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AGES: 3 - 6 years

Coogam Wooden Tetris Puzzle

Develop critical thinking skills Problem solving Improve logical thinking Hand eye coordination Tetris is the classic Russian block puzzle that took by storm the gaming

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AGES: 11 - 13 years

THE BENEFITS OF DOMINOES

There are many classic board games that can be useful in classroom settings and have been proven to be effective, if unconventional, tools for learning. Games such as Dominoes are great for translating critical thinking and memory exercises into real world settings, with ramifications applied for the decisions made. Children benefit from games like this because they present them with challenges that require creativity and thinking outside the box. Dominoes is a game that requires a high level of strategy and planning in order to win. How the game works, a player analyzes the board to deduct what Domino tiles the other players have left, based on how they played each round.

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AGES: 2 - 4 years

Outdoor Explorer Kit

The classroom is not only place to learn, and sometimes it is good to step outside and explore the world. Parents and educators can use the outdoors for an array of activities and lessons. It is a great way for children to learn about biology of plants and insects.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years

Last One Lost

Games and puzzles turn every moment into a learning experience where minds are stimulated, and a person’s curiosity is tapped. They are fun activities that help foster cognitive skills. Last One Lost or Last Mouse Lost is one of the many games that keep the mind active when the boredom strikes.

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AGES: 11 - 13 years

SIMON THE MEMORY LIGHT GAME

Simon the Memory Light Game has been a groovy fixture in family game night since the 70’s. As the name suggests, this game will put your memory skills to the test. Games like Simon the Memory Light Game will help people of all ages train their memory while having fun. This pattern repetition game can especially help young children, as increased memory retention enables them to retain information better in school. Players will have their memory tested by having to learn, remember, and repeat long color patterns that are given by the game. The rounds are timed and players to don’t finish the sequence in time will lose the round.

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AGES: 11 – 13 years

PICTIONARY

The game Pictionary is a great group activity that can engage children in creative drawing and the development of visualizing ideas. Alongside this proactivity towards creativity is the practice of logic and problem-solving skills. A great activity for memorization and motor skill development with hand-eye coordination, these aspects about the game create the opportunity to teach children important elements that can benefit their education experience.

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AGES: 2 - 4 years

Light Up Terrarium Kit For Kids

The Light Up Terrarium Kit for Kids is a great way to introduce science related subjects when regarding nature, weather, the environment and how it can affect the space around them. It practices motor skills alongside perception while engaging in simple tasks to create the terrarium.

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AGES: 10 and up

THE GAME AWKWARD MOMENT

Is everyone in separate rooms playing video games or watching TV right now? If this scenario sounds familiar, you’re not alone. Technology has drastically changed the way we spend our free time. The rise of social media, video games, and TV apps means people are spending more time on these socially isolating activities than ever. Game nights used to be a popular choice for people to relax and have fun while spending quality time together.

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AGES: 11 – 13 years

THE WORD GAME SCRABBLE

The board game Scrabble is designed to challenge your mind to come up with different words, using only certain letters provided to you. This classic game combines the mechanics of a word puzzle and a board game, resulting in a challenging and entertaining activity that people of all ages can enjoy. Playing Scrabble creates a healthy competitive environment that will require players to use problem solving, memory retention skills and concentration.

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AGES: 2 - 6 years

SPIN AND LEARN COLOR FLASHLIGHT

Children at an early age are very receptive to sounds and colors. Incorporating these things into learning tools are a great way to take that curiosity and focus it on learning. The types of toys we give children to play with can have profound influence on the way that they learn skills. Many types of toys for young children can be used as a way to jump start education. One good example of these educational toys is the Spin and Learn Color Flashlight. Toddlers will have fun listening to music and animal sounds while interacting with the lights and colors of the flashlight.

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AGES: 11 – 13 years

SEE AND SPELL LEARNING TOYS

Introducing children into the world of spelling and grammar may seem difficult and overwhelming, but when paired with a toy that can provide these skills in an entertaining way, learning becomes smooth and natural. Being able to introduce these topics at an early age can create a healthy educational environment for your toddler that will benefit them their entire lives.

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AGES: 2 - 4 years

Shopping List (Orchard Toys)

Everyone with a little effort and time can make real-life tasks into educational games. This is the case of Orchard Toys Shopping List a memory game based on doing groceries. Like many other memory games, Shopping List works on short-term memory.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years

Smart Farmer

Taking a break from traditional learning puzzle games are an entertaining way to stimulate the brain. No matter the age or skill set, brain teasers such as puzzles have been proven to be a great way to exercise the mind and develop cognitive skills.

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AGES: 11 - 13 years

UNO THE CARD GAME

UNO is a universally popular card game with people of all ages. This classic fan favorite is easy to play and great for bringing together family and friends. Another unexpected perk of UNO is the educational benefits it can offer to children who play the game. Players will utilize important skills such as problem solving, strategy, and recognizing patterns. Practicing these types of skills through play will help children apply them in school and learn how to build on this skill foundation throughout their lives. Young children who play this game are introduced to concepts of fair play and working with others.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years

The Magic School Bus: A Journey into the Human Body

The human body is strong and delicate at the same time. Educators and parents teach to children the importance of taking care of their bodies for them to grow strong and healthy. A child needs to be aware of their bodies so they can be careful when doing physical activities.

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AGES: 11 - 13 years

THE GAME OF CONCENTRATION

Concentration is a classic memory card game that is still widely played all over the world today. The simple nature of this popular game has made it a favorite with young children, but different versions have emerged over the years that also tailor to a variety of different audiences. True to its name, this game will build concentration and focus, as well as memory and recognition.

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AGES: 11 - 13 years

THE GAME OF CHECKERS

Checkers is a classic board game that never goes out of style. The rules are easy to follow and it’s a great activity for passing time. Aside from being simple to learn and fun to play, Checkers and other similar board games can help children learn valuable skills, like task-specific focus, problem-solving, and logic. Introducing Checkers to a child from a young age improves concentration and these benefits will carry over onto many different aspects of life, from school and beyond.

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AGES: 10 and up

Chickapig

Friday nights, weekday afternoons, or Saturday mornings, board games bring fun to every occasion. Even better, board games just like brain teasers are a great way to exercise the mind. With an educational value, board games are a great way for children to develop…

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AGES: 2 – 4 years

THE BENEFITS OF PLAYING MAGNA TILES

As children develop their ability to create, play, and imagine, it is important to nurture those qualities in a fun and scholastic way. Engaging your toddler with toys that encourage them to think, solve and construct their ideas into reality is an effective method to accomplish this while embracing a fun and healthy environment. Being able to take control and make decisions based on what the child’s imagination wants to create is just the start to what can be an efficient way to build cognitive abilities.

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AGES: 10 and up

Benefits Of Education Solar Robot Toys

Solar Robot Toys introduces children into the process of building a solar powered toy robot that can be designed and transformed into different styles. Doing this engages in motor skill improvement alongside the practice in perception skills, creative play and problem solving.

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AGES: 11 – 13 years

PLAYING THE PIANO

Playing the piano offers a plethora of health and mental benefits that will supplement every part of your life. And, that doesn’t even begin to expand on the deep network and historical tradition of the instrument and art. Even though you’re sitting down, playing the piano is somewhat of a mental and physical workout all its own.

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AGES: 5 - 8 years

THE BENEFITS OF THE ABACUS

Math is one of the most challenging areas in education, and teaching it to children can be difficult at first. Using tools such as the Abacus helps create an easy environment to visually and tactilely understand and learn concepts such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and even division. These are the key elements that form the basis of higher mathematics, and making math more accessible and easier to comprehend at an early age yields obvious and very real benefits.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years

THE FLOOR IS LAVA! GAME

The imaginative game of The Floor is Lava engages children in jumping from location to location to avoid pretend lava. This immerses children in physical activity while using their perception skills with cognitive thinking and the use of imagination.

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AGES: 7 and up

The World Game

Social Studies and geography classes can be dull and overwhelming with facts. Educators and parents use different teaching tools to make the lessons more dynamic. A good way to keep children engaged and learning about social studies is through games.

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AGES: 3 - 6 years

Treasure Hunt Game Fun Scavenger Hunt Board Game

Scavenger hunt games are fun activity to do when you are bored. They can be played anywhere, and everyone can participate. There are many ways to play Scavenger hunt games, parents can make their own versions or find game instructions online, as well as find board game versions.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years

Newton’s Tree

From the moment an apple fell on Newton’s head gravity has been associated with that moment in history. It is the perfect example of how the force of gravity pulls us to Earth. Taking inspiration from the lesson of Newton and the apple there is a board game for children to learn and have fun.

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AGES: 2 – 4 years

Wooden Geoboard

Educational toys are great source of entertainment inside and outside a classroom. They are exciting tool for hands-on learning. It helps children to be engaged in the lesson and playtime. One of the educational toys that offers endless fun is the geoboard.

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AGES: 2 - 4 years

Briarpatch Monkeys Jumping on the Bed

Board games are at forefront of making learning fun. They tackle different subjects, have different levels of difficulty, and teach different lessons. From cognitive skills to motor skills, games are a great way to engage children in learning.

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AGES: 2 – 4 years

BENEFITS OF MY BIG ACTIVITY WORKBOOK

Having the Big Activity Workbook around for children to use and play with can be essential for teaching a handful of educational skills that can benefit them for there future. This book partaking in activities such as crossword puzzles, sudoku, spelling and various puzzles introduces children into problem solving, perception improvement, cognitive practice, and the use of creativity.

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AGES: 10 and up

Three Sticks

There are many games that cater to the STEM learning program. They are a fun way to incorporate math or science exercises in playtime. Exercising player skills, the STEM games stimulate the mind. Children benefit from these types of games as they are still developing cognitive skills.

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AGES: 0 - 1 years

THE BENEFITS OF THE SORTING SURPRISE TURTLE

Shortly after birth, babies will begin to perceive and learn from their environment, absorbing and processing as much information as they can that will help them understand the world . As they continue to grow and build on this understanding, introducing activities that benefit development will enhance this process and give them an advantage in learning.

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