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Making Learning Fun at Home

Learning at home can be a constant battle between a parent and a child. As a loving parent you want to help them learn and grow, but also to experience a fun childhood. So how can you make learning at home fun?

At Scholar’s Choice, we know how to disguise learning in fun games and activities. So, while your child thinks they are playing an awesome new game with their fun parent’s, you know that they are growing their brains and that you’re having a hand in making learning fun!

Here are 5 of our favourite toys to make learning fun at home:

POP for Sight Words Game (2 – 4 Players, Grades 1+)

If your child is learning how to read, POP for Sight Words Game is the perfect game to help recognize words and read them aloud correctly. Your child will never notice that they are growing their vocabulary, and perfecting their pronunciation while playing this fun game!

See and Spell Puzzle Melissa and Doug (ages 4+)

Spelling and puzzles have never fit together so well! These 10 beautiful wooden puzzle will help to strengthen your child's word recognition, dexterity, and early language skills!

Happy Hour Clock by Hape (ages 3+)

Teach your child to tell time with the Happy Hour Clock! Happy Hour Clock will help your young child to learn the vocabulary of the clock including “quarter past”, and “quarter to”. The rotating minute and hour hands rotate around the clock and the numbers can be removed and replaced in their proper place on the clock face.

Alphabet Lacing (ages 3+)

Strengthen your child’s little fingers by practicing fine motor skills with the Alphabet Lacing Cards. These fun cards have an illustration on the front and a large letter on the back which will help with letter recognition! Mom and dad can help string the entire alphabet together all while making learning fun!

Trend Wipe-Off Books

These fun books cover a range of subjects for your child including colours and shapes and the alphabet! Pages and pages of engaging activities will help your child recognize the patterns and differences in shapes and colours and strengthen letter and sound recognition! These books also have wipe off surfaces so the fun never needs to end!

Shut the Box (ages 6+)

This dice game for 2 or more players is a Scholar's Choice classic! After your child rolls the dice they will have to count up the total and then "shut" a combination of the open numbers that equals the total! In addition to strengthening counting and math skills, your child will learn how to win and lose graciously.

Bonus! If you want to incorporate French into your child’s life we absolutely love Zingo! for ages 4+. Don’t worry, you don’t need to know French yourself to teach it to your child! Players can learn English and French at the same time with this bilingual game by combining words and spelling to cover up their Zingo card. The whole family can get in on the bilingual fun and your child will never know that they are learning a new language, improving short-term memory and recognizing patterns!

For even more French fun try Jeux de Lecture! This 6 in 1 educational game will help your child with their French vocabulary, and sentence structure! Puzzles and matching games makes Jeux de Lecture continuously fun and different to keep your child engaged for hours!

If you’re looking for even more amazing product’s that can make learning fun at home, visit our website! Be sure to visit your local Scholar’s Choice store, where our expert staff can help you find the perfect product for your child.


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22
Sep
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