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10/09/2015
While studying, reading, writing, doing homework, and engaging in other learning activities are great to help your child develop certain skills, these aren't the only ways to keep their mind sharp and awake. On the contrary, certain games allow them to work on different areas that can help them become better learners. To that end, encourage your child to play the games mentioned below so they can reap their benefits.

Learning Games for Children

Memory Games

Needless to say, memory plays an important part of learning: without it, your child wouldn't be able to recall the information they learned in school. Memory games, like the one where you need to find pairs in a sea of cards, can help them retain their lessons better.

Crossword Puzzles

In order to solve a crossword puzzle expertly, you need to have knowledge of different subjects, as well as be good with spelling and have an extended vocabulary. Furthermore, your child will also work on their attention span when solving a crossword.

Jigsaw Puzzles

Finally, jigsaw puzzles can also help your child strengthen a few different areas, such as their focus, their response to visual stimuli, their understanding of color and shapes, and even their motor skills. Plus, through it, they'll also learn about managing their resources.

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