Educational games: geometric figures for children
In this material you will find games that will help you fun and easy to learn geometric shapes with your baby. It is better not to spend such lessons so that the child does not get tired, but constantly, so that he does not forget what you learned the day before. Start with the simplest games in which one figure is studied, and then go to those where all of them are involved. Geometric figures for children are fun and entertaining!
Show your imagination, come up with your own games! Draw and "revive" pictures of geometric shapes for children, drawing them funny faces. Do crafts, look for figures in ordinary things when you walk down the street. In a word, think out, then it will be interesting for you and the baby.
1. Draw on the slate the figure you want to study with chalk. The child should wet the finger in the water and circle it, that is, to erase the geometric figures along the contour. For children it is necessary to comment on what is happening - what kind of figure is it, what is it, how many corners it has, what it looks like. As an option - you can draw on the tile in the bathroom with paints or toothpaste when you bathe.
2. Take a bag of cloth and put there cubes, balls, pyramids. There are several variants of the game: the kid takes out one item and calls each figure, or, putting his hand in the pouch, guesses that he groped.
3. Make cardboard boxes or cans of "piggy bank" to collect shapes, that is, at the top, cut out a hole in the form of a triangle, a circle, etc. Cut the shapes themselves out of cardboard into the size of the holes. Stir. Now the kid has to collect complete piggy banks.
4. Cut cardboard from geometric figures for children and paste on each of them different materials: fur, sandpaper, leather, oilcloth, etc. Let the kid find the same figures, touch them, tell them what they feel.
5. In the cardboard geometric figures, make holes and give the child thick threads for beads. Let him collect all the circles for one thread, squares for the other, and so on. The holes must be large enough.
6. Make a circle of solid cardboard, paint in yellow. Let the baby attach clothespins to it to make the sun.
7. Draw yourself or cut out a drawing of a machine or a locomotive from a children's book or a coloring book. Geometric figures for children are circles that are wheels, cut from cardboard or take buttons of different sizes. Let the kids pick up the wheels for transport and stick with adhesive tape or glue.
8. The child takes a geometric figure (cubes, a cylinder, etc.) and traces it, placing it on a sheet of paper or on a slate board. The figure that turned out, you need to paint over.
9. Take a cardboard of different colors, draw on each sheet one figure. Cut each into pieces, mix. The child needs to collect a puzzle piece. Depending on the age of the child, you can make small or large puzzles, cutting the pieces only vertically or just horizontally.
10. On each side of the toy cube, paste the image of the geometric figure. The child throws a cube and must name which figure fell out. You can also search for the fallen figure in a heap of carved.
11. Cut out a piece of thick paper, glue it with adhesive tape, make a few holes around the edges, thread the cord. Let the child grasp the figure a little, pushing the string through the holes.
12. Compose from the cut out geometric figures a fur-tree, a snowman, a small house, etc.