This is an adorable fine motor and visual spatial recognition game. It is tricky! You draw a card and have to match the color combo by transferring the gelato from cone to cone. It is a race to see who can do it the fastest. Spoiler alert: Zaven is never the fastest :)
This is a preschool favorite. This teaches colors and counting.
This is actually in my gift closet for Quinlan for Christmas THIS year. It is a sequencing game where you race to stack your pancakes like the ones in the card. I like that this incorporates a gross motor concept, too!
Our family goes through phases where we play Skip-Bo or UNO every night. The games can get vicious :) But in all seriousness, we love to play these two. Brickston is now able to play on his own. He is in kindergarten. Before that, the two youngest children would "team up" with a player to help.
This reminds me a lot of dominoes, but with shapes and colors. So much fun!
My children love to play this game. Teaches one-to-one correspondence and color identification.
More counting practice!
And more counting practice!!! This one uses fine motor skills to pick up those oh so tiny cherries!
If you don't have a headache, and do not mind picking up marbles...your kids will love this game. I loved it as a kid, and dread it now when my kids get it out. So loud!
We play dominoes at my in-laws. Grammie taught the children early how to play. Dominoes are also fun to line up and build towers with!