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Types of Games for Children and Its’s Benefits

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Types of Games for Children and Its’s Benefits

Each type of toy can stimulate its growth in the body and brain in different ways. A number of toys can also overcome the boredom that is sometimes experienced by children. So here are some games that will benefit your child!

For language skills
Do not forget this type of game, which emphasizes speech, music, and pre-reading skills.

Playing drama; pretend games can spur the child to make up stories. To be more fun and exciting, you can prepare the appropriate costume, home equipment properties in the form of mini, game set of dollhouses, soldiers, palaces, dolls, cartoon characters, or dinosaurs.

Book; make a lot of variation in your home, from picture books to simple sentences that you can read to children. Complete your child’s book collection with a visit to the library or bookstore.

For rough motor skills
Choose toys that emphasize coordination and balance of the body, as well as build strength of hands and feet.

Toy action; can be a game of tunnels, swings, swiveling chairs, or seat cushions arranged as a hindrance. If there is not enough space in the house for this type of toy, you can take your child to the carnival and try a game of bouncy castles limerick.

Toys push or pull; try using a stroller, or it could be by borrowing your vacuum cleaner.

Toys wobble; horses, chairs, or toy-sized toy vehicles provide the basis of imagination for the little guy.

Sports equipment; playing catch an object can improve eye and hand coordination and involves running activities. Start by using a large ball. Kicking the ball is also an important movement for the little guy to master.

For fine motor skills
Choose toys that involve eye and hand coordination. Your child may not be proficient in fine motor activities, but with training his ability will get better.

Toys like stickers, boards with magnetic pins, and matching games that involve accurate hand gestures.

Toy manipulation; at the age of 2 years, your child will enjoy and is ready to play with a puzzle containing 20 sections with a size large enough. You can also invite your child to play a musical instrument, or use a cup and a teapot from the set of toys to drink tea.

Playing art; provide the paper with different colors and crayons and large pencils, chalk, color paint, or picture books.

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