Kids’ mind games

Jun 12, 2016

Kids’ mind game
 

Early age is the best age to train your kid’s mind. Mind game can be a good workout for your kid’s brain. Most importantly is to have fun while learning!

Incorporate fun elements while boosting your kid’s brain  this holiday season with mind games.
Know more about the 6 mind game ideas from BiO-LiFE to make your kids’ holiday and learning fun

 

 

How to play
1. Get a maze book from any book stores for your kid
2. Your kid will have to scan the maze with his/her eye and figure out a solution

Things to learn while playing
1. Visual motor skill development (scanning) which is important for reading and writing
2. Problem solving ability

 

 

How to play
1. Incorporate some conditions when your kid is playing

Idea #1:
Pretend as a stranger and ask for direction when your kid is playing outdoor activity
Ask if your kid is to bring the stranger to the place or decline the request

Lesson to teach:
Never follow a stranger when he/she is alone in the street

Idea #2:
Make your child to act as Superman, Batman or a Princess or Prince

Things to learn while playing
1.Real life lesson 
2.Imaginary skill

 

 

How to play
1. Get some board games from any book stores for your kid
   Example of board games: Snake and ladder, chess, millionaire

Things to learn while playing
1. The concept about rules
2. Teamwork
3. The ability to detect patterns
4. The ability to plan ahead

 

 

How to play

Idea #1:
1. Take a few of your kid’s toys and line them up
2. Cover the toys and take one toy away from the line
3. Ask your kid if he/she know which one is missing

Idea#2:
1. Put random objects in front of your kid for 15 seconds
2. Remove the objects
3. Ask your kid if he/she remember the objects 
    *you may start with five objects and increase the amount of objects gradually

Things to learn while playing
1. Improve memory
2. Improve concentration

 

 

How to play
Example of challenging brainteasers:

1. What is the end of a rainbow?
Answer: W, rainbow

2. How many months have 28 days?
Answer: All 12 months have 28 days

3. Two fathers and two sons went out to eat, everyone ate one fried chicken, yet only three fried chickens were eaten in all.
How is this possible?

Answer: There were a grandfather, father and son

4. If there are 5 oranges and you take away 3, how many do you have?
Answer: If you take 3 oranges, then of course you have 3

5. I am not alive, but I have 5 fingers. What am I?
Answer: Glove

6. A lorry drove to a village and met 4 cars. How many vehicles were going to the village?
Answer: 1 truck

Things to learn while playing
1. Reasoning

 

 

How to play
1. Buy two sets of sticker for every same design
2. Cut paper into square pieces
3. Place one of the same design sticker on a manila card until the whole manila card is fully filled,
while the another same design sticker on the square piece
4. Start the game by simply draw a square piece with sticker and your kid will have to find the same design
sticker on the manila card

Things to learn while playing
1. Visual processing skills which train their ability to interpret information through what they see

 

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