Homemade Games

  1. What's Missing?                             Place a selection of objects on the floor in front of the children. Use objects with different colors, textures, and shapes. Ask children to close their eyes while you remove an object or two.  After they open their eyes ask them what object is missing.

  2. Memory Box                                          Create 12 to 15 mini boxes, within the large memory box. Place objects, or a picture, and create a corresponding card with the beginning sound of the word or the complete word. Match the object to the beginning sound or complete word. Example: Small plastic frog or picture of a frog and "F" or "Frog."

  3. Pattern Fun                                            Many children find it easier to learn while in motion, so cater to your child's senses. Make patterns while jumping, dancing, stomping, clapping, etc. and have your child repeat your patterns.

Improving Short-Term Memory at Home and School

Homemade Games

  1. What's Missing?-​Place a selection of objects on the floor in front of the children. Use objects with different colors, textures, and shapes. Ask children to close their eyes while you remove an object or two.  After they open their eyes ask them what object is missing.

  2. Memory Box-Create 12 to 15 mini boxes, within the large memory box. Place objects, or a picture, and create a corresponding card with the beginning sound of the word or the complete word. Match the object to the beginning sound or complete word. Example: Small plastic frog or picture of a frog and "F" or "Frog."

  3. Pattern Fun-Many children find it easier to learn while in motion, so cater to your child's senses. Make patterns while jumping, dancing, stomping, clapping, etc. and have your child repeat your patterns.

Improving short-term memory

Homemade Games

Improving Short-Term Memory

Homemade Games

  1. What's Missing?                             Place a selection of objects on the floor in front of the children. Use objects with different colors, textures, and shapes. Ask children to close their eyes while you remove an object or two.  After they open their eyes ask them what object is missing.

  2. Memory Box                                          Create 12 to 15 mini boxes, within the large memory box. Place objects, or a picture, and create a corresponding card with the beginning sound of the word or the complete word. Match the object to the beginning sound or complete word. Example: Small plastic frog or picture of a frog and "F" or "Frog."

  3. Pattern Fun                                            Many children find it easier to learn while in motion, so cater to your child's senses. Make patterns while jumping, dancing, stomping, clapping, etc. and have your child repeat your patterns.

Store-Bought Games

 

Card Games

  1. Go Fish

  2. Sleeping Queens

  3. UNO

  4. Spot It

 

Board Games

  1. Sequence

  2. Sequence for Kids

  3. Q-bitz

  4. Q-bitz Jr.

  5. Memory Matching Game

  6. Qwirkle

 

These games are linked to Amazon to better assist you.  Don't forget to purchase games using your Super Kids:Mission Zero, Inc. AmazonSmile account. Please contact us if you need more game ideas.

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