Kid Card Game



The kid card game is one of the fun educational and indoor activities as well as fun games for young kids.



Before the Fun Starts

Ages: 2 - 5
Need cards

Go!

You'll only need the numbered cards for this. You can take the jacks, queens, kings and aces out.

Pick one red card and one black card from the deck and make two separate piles.

Shuffle the cards and put them on the table between you and your child.

Let your child pick the next card off the top of the deck.

He then has to place it in the correct color pile.

After he does that, you do the same. Play continues until the deck is gone and there are 2 piles of cards.

You can also play with 4 piles - spades, hearts, clubs and diamonds.

Each card that is picked gets added on to the corresponding pile.

For Older Children

If they know their numbers, you can play a different game.

Mix cards numbered 2 through 10 up and put in a pile face down.

Have your child pick one card and turn it over. Tell her the object of the game is to put the cards in order from 2 to 10.

You can also use cards 2 to 5 and play the same game. You can use aces and tell your child that this is the number one.

Then have her put the cards in order from 1 to 10 or 1 to 5. Then, have her reverse the cards in order from 10 to 1 or 5 to 1.

Enjoy this kid card game.


Kids Stickers

One of the cool activities youngsters will love.

This is a great activity for preschool and kindergarten classrooms, too.

Pre-Play

2 or more players
Ages: 2 - 5
Need paper, stickers, crayon

Begin

Regular 8 1/2" x 11" paper works fine for this. Or you can use construction paper.

Using 5 separate stickers (these 5 will need to have 5 other stickers identical to them), place each sticker going down the paper on the left side.

Then take the other 5 stickers and place them going down the right side of the paper.

Be sure and mix them up and do not put the same stickers across from each other on the page.

Give the child a crayon and let him draw lines from one sticker on the left to its matching partner on the right.

More Fun

As an extra activity, the child (children) can color in their stickers and papers once they have matched them up.

Older Kids

Get stickers that are flowers and some that are fruit.

Put the same number of stickers of each on the paper. Be sure to put different flowers and fruits on the paper.

Have your child pair up flowers with flowers and fruit with fruit.

This helps him to learn the different types of objects. An apple would match up with a pear and a rose would match up with a tulip.

Look in any craft store and you'll find hundreds of stickers. They'll keep your child occupied for hours!







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