- Develop fine motor skills
- Teaches numbers and counting
- Fosters strategic thinking
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. A game that ties learning to the everyday tasks of going to bed is Monkeys Jumping on the Bed. Like many other board games, Monkeys Jumping on the Bed uses familiar concepts to attract the child’s attention so they can learn. Based on the classic nursery rhyme, this board game helps children learn to recognize numbers and how to count. Monkeys Jumping on the Bed and other similar games use techniques like repetition and moving spaces to exercise counting skills. Playing board games is a fun way to learn and practice numbers anytime of the day.
With interactive board games children get to enhance the motor skills and release some energy. For example, Monkeys Jumping on the Bed and other similar interactive board games have elements where children have to work on their hand-coordination and dexterity. Players have to place one of their monkeys on the board game’s bed and push a button on the bedpost each turn. Monkey Jumping on the Bed also adds to the fun by requiring the players to do charades in order to get one of the four batches to win the game. The players must act up one of the things presented on the board that you do before you go to bed to acquire a batch. Helping children develop their fine motor skills.
Furthermore, board games are an enjoyable activity that allows the players to grow as individuals. Monkeys Jumping on the Bed and other games alike are a good way for children to foster their strategic thinking. Each player must place their monkeys strategically on the bed for the monkeys to stay on the bed even if the bed timer goes off and bounces some of the monkeys out of the bed. The players must decide which is the safest place on the bed to set their monkeys or which place on the bed can they use to knock out the rest of the other players monkeys. Children exercise making decision and plan ahead while paying these type of board games. Monkeys Jumping on the Bed is a fun way for children to practice their bedtime rituals while learning essential cognitive skills anytime and anyplace. Plus it will get you singing the nursery rhyme for the rest of the day.