Please, Mr Crocodile is a fabulous game for all different sized groups, from smaller, family groups to class groups of kindergarten or early elementary children. It makes a fun warm up game for physical education lessons or used as an active brain break for class groups. How to Play Please Mr Crocodile Number of players: […]
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This DIY reading game is a great resource for beginning or struggling readers. In fact, my 5 year old early reader has been having lots of fun with our set since I made it a few weeks ago. It has been great for developing her recognition of high frequency words, decoding skills and reading fluency. […]
So BAM! is the latest craze at our house at the moment! My girls play this fun learning game at breakfast and the whole family plays at dinner. I love that it is super simple to make and my kids are revising what they are learning at school without even realising it! For Miss 9, […]
I love adapting games that help revise the concepts Immy is learning at school and this version of the card game War is perfect for place value revision for children in the early grades. Best of all, all you need to play is a deck of cards. Place Value Games: How to Play Place Value […]
My vision for Childhood 101 has always been to share simple ideas for making playful learning fun for kids and uncomplicated for parents and teachers and as I looked back over 2014’s list of popular posts I was excited to see so many of my favourite Play & Learn ideas right there at the top […]