Below I listed all the areas of development that children will learn while practicing all ten games from Transitional Games and Transitional Games 2 .
Motor Skills – Fine motor, gross motor, hand eye coordination
Early Mathematics – counting, identify numerals, distinguish between shapes, distinguish between numbers, direction of a vertical line, direction of a horizontal line, identify the beginning, middle, end of a line, become familiar with how to use a chart
Literacy – matching sounds to letters ( phonics ), matching uppercase to lowercase letters, blending 2 -3 letter sounds, distinguish between numbers and letters, distinguish sounds (numbers) in a first, second, or third position called
Other Skills – following multiple step directions, ordinal numbers, ordinal positions, right& left
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FAQs for Parents
Card Games For Preschoolers Questions & Answers.
What can I do for my child at home?
- Practice letters, numbers and other learning objectives at the same time
- Short lessons hold student interest
- Game variety keeps children engaged
- Select choices & call out to student
- Promote parent / child bonding
- Aid in kindergarten readiness