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.

Browse around, enjoy what we have to offer, and start spending quality time with your children today!
AGES: 2 - 4 years

Robot Turtles

Coding is a language used for programming. Learning to code from a young age helps children expand their cognitive skills by learning this new language. As part of the STEM programs, coding has made an impact in learning.

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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: 2 - 4 years

Little Tikes Easy Score Basketball Set

Playing basketball is a classic game for children to remain active and have fun, it engages them in a handful of educational benefits that could affect how they emerge proactive in education. Playing with the Little Tikes Easy Score Basketball Set helps with coordination and motor skills while acting in cognitive thought during play.

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AGES: 2 - 6 years

THE BENEFITS OF THE LEARN-TO-PLAY PIANO

Engaging a child with a musical instrument is one of the most efficient ways to develop and enhance their motor and cognitive skills. The piano, requiring time, practice, and dedication, creates an environment of creativity, memorization and confidence for people of all ages and all around the world.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years

Animal Mastermind Towers

An entertaining game to play during study breaks or anytime is Animal Mastermind Towers. Part of the educational games, Animal Mastermind Tower and similar games help develop cognitive skills. Sometimes parents and educators like to integrate these games to the lessons to make learning more active.

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AGES: 2 - 4 years

Garden Building Toys

We learn a lot from observing nature. Many science lessons focus on living organisms and toys and games are great visual aids for learning about the subject. Gardening Building toys for example break down all the parts of the flower and plants into pieces so children can assemble in the garden.

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AGES: 2 - 4 years

BENEFITS OF ELECTRIC DIY DRILL EDUCATIONAL SET

The Electric DIY Drill Educational set encourages children to be creative while learning about power tools. They can practice their motor skills with the use of the tools in play while problem solving and partaking in perception skills.

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AGES: 11 – 13 years

THE ART OF ORIGAMI

Origami from ori meaning “folding”, and kami meaning “paper” (kami changes to gami due to rendaku) is the intricate art of paper folding, which is often associated with Japanese culture. In modern usage, the word “origami” has expanded to be an inclusive term for all folding practices, regardless of their culture of origin. The goal is to transform a flat square sheet of paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques, like the famous paper crane.

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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: 10 and up

Explore the World

Games and imagination are a good way to travel when you are stuck at home. When children are introduced to other countries history and culture in social studies class their curiosity is intrigued. However social studies class can be tedious with the constant lecture format.

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AGES: 2 - 4 years

Jumping Jack Game

Jumping Jack Game like many other games is designed to help young children learn while they play. Taking carrots from a hill where Jack the rabbit sits is a fun activity to learn and practice numbers. Like many other board games, whoever has the most amount of carrots of the end of the game wins.

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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: 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: 5 - 7 years

Sushi Scramble Game

Sushi Scramble is one of the many games that can serves as educational tool. Reasonably, educators and parents like to incorporate games to their lessons because they are not only entertaining but also help children develop cognitive skills and understand concepts.

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AGES: 10 and up

Explosive Kitchen Lab

Science is a subject that requires the student to be active rather than just being passive and memorizing facts. Educators and parents use experiments to teach so children can fully understand the concepts and theories as everything in the science world is learned through discoveries.

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AGES: 11 – 13 years

LEARNING MATH WITH YAHTZEE

Yahtzee is a game beloved by many, and has shown itself in many different cultures and regions, although sometimes under different names and rule variations. The objective of the game is simple on the surface – to score points by rolling five dice to make certain combinations. The dice can be rolled up to three times in a turn to try to make various scoring combinations, and dice must remain in the box. A game consists of thirteen rounds back and forth rolling the dice with the winner being the player that scores the most points.

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AGES: 2 - 6 years

UNITED STATES INTERACTIVE MAP

Maps are a valuable learning tool. A good way to make Social Studies fun and interactive is by letting children play with interactive maps. Studies have found that children are more engaged while learning about history and geography through interactive map than with normal textbooks since lesson requires participation from the student.

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AGES: 11 - 13 years

CHESS, A GAME FOR THE MIND

Chess is one of the most played board games historically worldwide. It is played in almost every country and players ranging from small children all the way up to the elderly are able to enjoy what it has to offer. Why is this board game so popular, and for so long? Why do we teach children to play from an early age in schools? The answer is simple, this board game has been proven over time and many studies to be great developmental tool for education and mental abilities.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years

Qwirkle Board Game

Game time can be part of learning. Studies have shown that board games work on a player’s cognitive skills and keep children engaged in class. They are an activity to do at any time or place. During class or outside the classroom board games are entertaining way to encourage children to maintain their minds active. For example, the board game Qwirkle is a strategic game that foster players problem-solving skills.

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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: 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

SiEque

Anyone who is good at math says that math is fun however if math problems are turned into a game everyone can enjoy math no matter their math skill level. Educators and parents use math games to keep children engaged in the lessons and practice in a fun way. A good multiplication game is SiEque designed to work with multiplication table in a different way.

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AGES: 11 - 13 years

LEGOS

It is safe to say that Legos have become a cherished part of most people’s childhoods. Beyond being fun to play with, there is a reason behind finding Legos at day-care centers and schools everywhere. It is widely agreed that having visual and tactile aids helps children have a better understanding and learning curve in general.

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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 - 7 years

Parcheesi Royal Edition

Whether it is called Parcheesi or Pachisi, this classic board game is one of the games that can be integrated to class as learning tools. Classic board games have been proven over time by their popularity to be effective in engaging children’s cognitive skills through play.

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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: 11 - 13 years

BUFFALO, THE NAME DROPPING GAME

Card games that are easy and fun to play are a great way to bring people together when hanging out with friends and in many other social settings. Buffalo, the Name-Dropping Game fits into both of these categories because of its’ simplicity in design and the opportunity for many people to play at once. As an added bonus, players will practice valuable skills that can be applied in many other social and educational situations.

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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: 2 - 4 years

Fisher-Price Think & Learn Rocktopus

Listening to music or playing an instrument from early age is great for developing a child’s cognitive and motor skills. Toys such as Fisher-Price Think and Learn Rocktopus are great introduction for the music world for toddlers.

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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: 11 - 13 years

LESSONS WE CAN LEARN FROM MINECRAFT

If you aren’t familiar with the computer game Minecraft,it would be understandably easy to pass it off as a simple building blocks game at first glance. Once you take a deeper look, however, you will likely be pleasantly surprised to find that it offers many more educational benefits than what you might have initially anticipated. Minecraft requires the use of important skill sets such as teamwork, competence in resource management, and problem solving through logic.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years

Otrio

From Tic-tac-toe originates the game Otrio a more complex version of a classic that allows up to four players in the game. Like many other board games, Otrio is designed for players exercise their reasoning and critical thinking skills.

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