Top Ten Christmas Games to Play07:30
We love Christmas, and we absolutely love making everything we do a little bit more special at this time of year by putting a Christmas spin on it. Educational games that we play differently for the rest of the year now get a bit of mistletoe and holly to jazz them up. Here's a list of our Top Ten Christmas Games to Play:
There are some fantastic games for improving literacy and writing skills, I love the simplicity of this Guess the Word game from Teach Mama.
For memory and descriptive skills this What's in the Bag game from Gift of Curiosity sounds perfect. We've been having fun with our Christmas Stocking Matching Activity which is also great for improving memory skills.
There are a few fantastic games for physical development, this Pom Pom Drop game from LalyMom is great for fine motor development.
If you're looking to work on your little ones observation skills then you've got to try this I Spy Game from Little Bins for Little Hands.
We love math games and have been playing our Christmas Pudding Counting Game quite a bit to work on identifying numerals.
Music games are always fun, and this Christmas Rhythm Game from Let's Play Kids Music seems like a fun way to teach rhythm to young children.
For artsy drawing games I am loving the sound of this Listening and Drawing Game from Picklebums, I think that we could have a lot of fun with this! This Colour the Christmas Ornaments game from Buggy and Buddy also seems a lot of fun for younger children and great for learning colours.
And last but not least, is this very fun sounding Candy Cane Hunt from Dirt and Boogers that I will definitely be doing with my two this year!
This post is part of a blog hop of all sorts of Top Ten Lists of Christmas and Holiday Ideas for Kids, there's so many fantastic activities that could keep you busy for the whole holiday season!