MEMORY GAMES FOR KIDS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL AND UP

MEMORY GAMES FOR KIDS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL AND UP


These activities can be adapted for a variety of age groups and are not just for preschoolers. My seven and eleven-year-old children still like playing memory games with me.

It’s a coin toss.

Arrange the coins in a line. Begin with three and work your way up to ten. Place the coins in a heads or tails pattern at random. For ten seconds, the child stares at coins. Parent takes pennies from child and hands them to him or her to arrange in the same arrangement. Use a variety of coins to make this more tough.

There are three cups.

Arrange three paper cups in a row. Place a little object beneath one of the cups. Switch the cups back and forth into new locations while the kid watches. Inquire about the location of the thing with the youngster.

What exactly did I alter?

Allow your child to assess your appearance before closing their eyes. Change one aspect of your look, such as untying a shoe or removing one earring, for example. When the child opens his eyes, he tries to figure out what has changed.

Pengoloo. With wooden penguins, this is a color matching game. It was first introduced to you as a monthly game. Froggie Boogie comes highly recommended as well.

Sign up for a free printable of my waiting games that you can play anyplace if you’re weary of handing the kid your phone to “keep them quiet.”

MEMORY GAMES WITH STORYTELLING

These games may not tell a tale in the traditional sense, but they are focused on recalling sequences of events or visuals that are linked to how we interpret stories. These memory games are wonderful boredom busters on the go. You’ll never hear “when is it going to be our turn?” again if you combine them with my list of waiting games for youngsters. (At least, that’s what I’m hoping for.)

Simon. This is a game that I like watching my children play. Not only does it bring back memories of playing it as a kid, but I’m sure it’s stimulating their minds. They believe they are getting screen time, but I know better! For on-the-go enjoyment, miniature versions of Simon can be hung from a carabiner clip.

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