Ready for your preschooler to start playing board games? Chess Made Fun recommends these games for your preschoolers that are sure to provide excitement and fun for you too!
A Coding Board Game for Little Programmers! Preschoolers can learn programming one turtle move at a time. Robot Turtles takes seconds to learn, minutes to play and provides endless learning opportunities.
All though this isn’t a board game it is a great introduction to playing a game. Bunny Peek-A-Boo is a fantastic and fun introduction to concepts such as above/below, inside/outside, visible/hidden, etc. This game teaches directions to you preschooler that will be fun for you as well.
In the First 100 words activity game players can place the cards around the room. Roll either die, then look for either the matching category card or the number of cards. Kids identify words on the cards as they collect them and are introduced to simple counting, social skills and 100 first words.
In the First 100 Animals Matching Card Game, players can play cards face up or face down, looking for matching animals. The player to find the most matches wins the game. Features animals from around the world. Includes 48 cards (24 animal matches) and instructions