This preschool game is super fun and incredibly simple. We’re in the midst of lots of thunderstorms and this was a fun boredom buster. We even incorporated some math skills that is perfect for preschoolers!
What You’ll Need:
- Wooden spoon
- Plastic bracelets
I’m sure you can tell by the picture what you do: stick the ball of play dough in the bowl and stick the wooden spoon in the play dough. Stand back and toss the bracelets!
Brady took some practice shots and then we played a game. He stood a couple of feet away and tossed the bracelets. Each one that landed in the bowl was 1 point and the ones that made it onto the spoon handle were 2 points. When it was my turn, I stood a few feet further away. He beat me every time. 🙂
It turned out to be a really great way to practice math. Each time I would ask him to add up his points, then after my turn I would tell him my score and ask him to tell me who scored the most. The best way to learn is through play!
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