Jun, 25, 2022
In two previous articles, we have introduced you to six small games that are commonly played in nurseries. These games can actually be used with a little modification for parents and children to play together. Some of the games even have a low requirement for the number of participants in the first place. So, whether you are a kindergarten teacher or a parent, if you happen to be reading this article, I recommend that you do so - after all, getting it right with your children can affect their future development and their relationship with their parents.
The common feature of these games is that they all involve the mini air track mat as a plaything and it also plays a protective role in the game. Now, let's move on to the three games we have shared today.
Children are always thinking out of the box. If they can build a cave with their bodies, why not a camping mat? They folded the mats in half and put them on the ground, and they also put some distance between them. Everything was ready for the game to begin!
Game 8: Mat Trolley
The children had the idea of using the camping mat to pull a cart. They worked in pairs to pull the cart on a rainbow track made of yo-yo fabric. .
Game 9: What time is it for the old wolf?
The children happily went to the playground and built a small "house" with a piece of campsite, then they chose an old wolf and played "What time is the old wolf? When the wolf said "It's dark" or "It's 12 o'clock", the sheep turned and ran towards the "house" (mat). Look! The old wolf is chasing the lambs hard, and the lambs are running freely, which is what childhood should be like.
This is the last article in this series and the last three games we have introduced. If you would like to play these games with your children, you can come to Kameymall to customise some air tracks and we look forward to your visit.
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