Board games for pre-schooler

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Queen or Maid
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Board games for pre-schooler

Post by Queen or Maid » Mon Apr 01, 2013 2:32 pm

My K1 son is into board games lately.

Any suggestions?

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Re: Board games for pre-schooler

Post by himmel » Mon Apr 01, 2013 2:42 pm

Snakes and Ladders?

There's also Junior Monopoly.

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Re: Board games for pre-schooler

Post by jedamum » Mon Apr 01, 2013 2:44 pm

Queen or Maid wrote:My K1 son is into board games lately.

Any suggestions?

what board games is he playing now?
i played scrabble (own rules - and i also helped him to form words, can exchange letters he wanted etc etc - our objective was to used up all the tiles) and Uno (his hands were small, so we put out all our cards on hand on the table to be fair) with my then K1.
then in k2, we moved on to Uno attack, Uno Stacko, monopoly deal. then his dad taught him chess. we also played snakes and ladder and Otello and occasional bingo (this one very time consuming and hardly andy tactics needed, so i prefer not to play this if i could...but he likes to handle the bingo machine).

are the above considered as board games?

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Re: Board games for pre-schooler

Post by dudumao » Mon Sep 02, 2013 1:57 pm

like board game, may check out http://www.sunislandcafe.com/index.php/ ... ily-gaames
or drop by Sun Island Cafe at Bishan Sport Hall (5 Bishan St 14, 03-01) at 2pm-10pm on Tue-Sun. Cafe staff would recommand and guide you for trial play. Brand new games and F&B are also available. or find more at https://www.facebook.com/SunIslandCafeSingapore

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Re: Board games for pre-schooler

Post by SAHM_TAN » Mon Sep 02, 2013 2:15 pm

You can try these 2 websites for different boardgames that are being sold in the big departmental stores

http://www.myfirstgames.sg/


http://www.boardgamelifestyle.com/


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Re: Board games for pre-schooler

Post by Ctls_Rajesh » Sat Dec 07, 2013 8:28 pm

dudumao wrote:like board game, may check out http://www.sunislandcafe.com/index.php/ ... ily-gaames
or drop by Sun Island Cafe at Bishan Sport Hall (5 Bishan St 14, 03-01) at 2pm-10pm on Tue-Sun. Cafe staff would recommand and guide you for trial play. Brand new games and F&B are also available. or find more at https://www.facebook.com/SunIslandCafeSingapore


Nice game and these link are really benefcial.

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Re: Board games for pre-schooler

Post by ashleywells » Thu Dec 26, 2013 9:36 pm

Big Top - this game helps critical thinking and recognition skills that will help with letter recognition and reading, later on.

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Re: Board games for pre-schooler

Post by deniallee » Sat Nov 09, 2019 5:57 pm

Hello There,
himmel wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2013 2:42 pm
Snakes and Ladders?

There's also Junior Monopoly.
Thanks for suggest two games snakes and ladders also play junior & new games option I suggest for everyone Board game, Card Games, Trading Card Games, Dice Games and Puzzles in Australasia. I sure these games option all people and junior like it.

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Re: Board games for pre-schooler

Post by fraklin28 » Mon Nov 11, 2019 8:26 pm

Hello,
You can visit for more information https://theboardgamer.com.au/collections/d6-dice-sets

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Re: Board games for pre-schooler

Post by Joanne25 » Wed Nov 13, 2019 2:22 pm

My kids enjoyed playing Blockus. It's an abstract strategy board game for two to four players, an out-and-out war to get your pieces laid on the board before you get blocked or run out of space.
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