Games, Games, Games
Reading and Writing Games and Puzzles
Playing games and doing puzzles is a way that parents can help their
children learn. It’s also a time for parents and children to have fun
- Reading games come in all different varieties. You can buy
them at the store or you can make your own.
- Play games often! Set aside a “Games Night” to play together.
- Games you can buy: Junior Scrabble, Alphabet Bingo and
Boggle are some of them. Also, playing games like Monopoly
is a chance for your child to use some of their reading skills.
- Games you can make: alphabet puzzles, alphabet match ups,
and alphabet memory are just a few.
Why should we play games?
- Children learn by playing.
- Games and puzzles are fun.
- Children learn to read without even thinking about it.
- Children gain confidence.
- When parents and children spend time playing games together,
the child learns he/she is loved, respected and valued.