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Hi, I am Tom. On this website, I will show you my favorite games and books. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

13 Best One Player Games for Kids

While one-player games for kids don’t seem like they would be as much fun as multi-player games, they most certainly can be the most fun of all. I don’t know about everyone, but most I know when they think of games played solo, they only think of that stack of playing memory cards and the game of solitaire. However, there are so many different solo player games on the market that kids and adults love to play.
Today, many different psychologists, therapists, and other brain development experts strongly encourage learning through play. With there being so many different …

Why Are Matching Games Good for Kids?

Matching games are super fun and super easy ways to engage with your child, but did you know they are also important for their development? When you play these types of games, you help your kids identify patterns, relationships, similarities, and differences, helping them learn more about representation and problem-solving. If they have to pick anything up, it helps them develop their fine motor skills as they take the items and play the game. Matching games build a strong cognitive foundation for children, so let’s take a closer look at why matching games are good for kids and their development. After all, who doesn’t love playing a game with their children – and if it’s beneficial for them, all the better!

Why Memory Card Games are Important for Kids

Memory card games are crucial for kids to play, either by themselves or with other people. It’s enjoyable to play memory games with your kids, and it’s quite beneficial for them as well. Disguised as a fun activity, you can help improve your child’s cognitive development, improve their concentration and increase their memory just by playing this simple game. It will help their brain keep active, creating important pathways that will serve them well in the future. At first, it can be tricky. Not all children pick up the game …

5 Best Matching Games for Toddlers

Matching games are great ways for toddlers, preschool, and other young children to develop critical thinking skills. They help with memory, motor, and identification skills, which build a strong foundation for your child’s future. So let’s find the best matching games.
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The 5 Best Matching Games for Toddlers at a Glance
There are many types of matching games. Some focus on color, shape, animal, counting, and more – and often, the games will focus on all three. Let’s take a look at some of the best …

5 Best Color Matching Games for Kids

Color matching games are a great way to help your toddlers, preschool-aged children, and other little ones develop visual perception, problem-solving, and fine motor skills and improve their memory by identifying patterns. Color games are fun and easy, and there are many different options out there, both free and paid resources. We’ll help you choose the best color matching game for you and your children.
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Best Color Matching Games at a Glance

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Who Sank The Boat – Fun Activity and Lesson Plan

Who Sank the Boat is a book by the author Pamela Allen, and it’s a great idea for an activity for your toddlers and preschoolers to help them understand weight and balance. This STEM activity will be fun and educational, appropriate for their year in school, so let’s look at how you can adapt the book to learn in class or at home.
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Mr. D’s Math Brings Live Classes to Homeschooling

There are few subjects more difficult to teach as a homeschool teacher than math. Even as a math teacher, some students do not connect with the content. Try as you might, homeschooling a math course might not be in the cards for you. Plenty of homeschool moms and dads have run into this problem and wish to help students learn this tricky subject. Luckily, there is a way. There are hundreds of different online courses and educational games designed to make math more accessible to students. The only issue with them – most of them still are unable to connect to the kids. In an online or homeschool …

Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game Review

There’s nothing like learning and developing basic skills at a young age while having a blast. Many games have been developed to teach kids basic social skills and matching abilities, but none are as fun as the Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game. This game is the perfect device for your youngster who is just developing hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and social interactions.
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Many parents love the Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game, but not nearly as much as their kids. Utilize …

What is Gameschooling? A Guide for Homeschool Parents

As more and more kids enter into a homeschool routine, the idea of gameschooling becomes more popular. Though these two terms do not necessarily go hand in hand, there is much crossover that should be of interest to homeschooling parents. Whether your child has been homeschooled for most of their life or external reasons have lead to a recent decision to homeschool, one truth remains ever-present: teaching your kids at home can be tough.
Kids tend to struggle with keeping focused on their subjects when they’re in an educational environment, let alone when they’re at home – a place they might not typically associate with learning. To keep kids focused on learning and developing skills as part of the curriculum, …

Best Educational Homeschool Games

Now more than ever, we find ourselves and our children at home. Online learning still has many bugs to work out and issues that continue to plague our children’s learning process – many parents are turning to homeschooling as an effective alternative. Whether you’re a new homeschool parent or a veteran looking for a fun way to get your kids interested in the subjects you’re teaching, implementing games into the homeschool curriculum is the best way to keep both your kids and yourself engaged.
There are plenty of amazing ways to make the lessons fun and engaging for everyone, from board games to online game…