Girls, I recently found a very exciting and useful game for kids in a bookstore. The game is called Patch. Its meaning is to pick up the missing parts of an image.
For example, on a sheet of cardboard shows dishes: teapot, cups and saucers. Each item lacks some detail. For example, a teapot does not have a spout, the ornament on a saucer is interrupted by an empty square, and the cup lacks a triangle.
On a separate sheet of cardboard shows the missing parts. Before playing, you need to cut them. The kid must pick patches for each picture. Such tasks are of varying difficulty. The store had kits for children 4, 5 and 6 years old.
My girls are already great for this game, but I bought it for a nephew. She turned 5 years old, I hoped that the Patches would interest her, and did not lose.
It turns out that there are such games on the Internet. There are online versions, but there are just images that need to be printed, cut out, and you can play. I think that your kids, dear readers, will also like this game! She develops such useful qualities as attentiveness, perseverance, thinking.
Tell us what games your children like?