This month’s game, a version of chasey (or tag), is fabulous fun for classes or groups of children – we call it Scarecrow Tag. Scarecrow Tag Number of players: 6+ (the more the merrier!) Recommended Age: 4+ years Equipment needed: None To play: To begin, make sure that all of the children are aware of […]
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Last month’s Game for Kids post (How to Play Please Mr Crocodile) was so popular that I thought I would share another common collaborative game that children in Australia enjoy – What’s the Time, Mr Wolf? Here’s how to play… What’s the Time, Mr Wolf? Number of players: 2+ (the more the merrier!) Recommended Age: […]
Each time I share my previous post, 14 Good, Old Fashioned Games to Play with Kids, I have readers ask how to play some of the games included in the list. Given the international nature of the Childhood 101 community it is unsurprising that games that may be all too familiar to many in Australia […]
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, […]