Holiday Ideas!

Thursday, Dec 14, 2017 by Child & Family Development

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Here are 10 stocking stuffer ideas to help fill your kid’s stockings full of educational goodies!

1. iTunes gift card – Only to be used for downloading educational apps/games though!

2. Set: The Family Game of Visual Perception – Find patterns between cards and build the most amount of sets of patterns!

3. Spot It! – Fast-paced, but fun pattern recognition game!

4. Sudoku books – Fun way to develop pattern-making skills

5. Mad Libs – Great way to review the parts of speech

6. Famous Painting Cards – Kid-friendly cards that will introduce your kids to some of the most famous, iconic paintings

7. Story Cubes – Get creative by making stories using picture cubes to help. The possibilities are endless!

8. Apples to Apples Travel Edition – Practice using those descriptive words with this interactive game!

9. Insta-Snow Powder – Turn regular water into faux snow. Sounds crazy, but it is tons of fun and it comes with an activity guide!

10. Wordical – Word-building game that is great for a wide variety of ages!

Topics: Marie Arrington

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