8 Educational Games for Pre Schoolers by CocoMoco Kids

A few years ago CocoMoco Kids was started keeping in mind that learning should be and can be fun and since it’s inception they’ve catered to millions of happy customers with their educational games for kids through various retail outlets and e-commerce website PAN India.

From games like Hop Around the World Map and Human body Floor Puzzle to Route 99 and Tango Proverbs there are so many games, puzzles and activity kits focusing on subjects such as Geography, Science, Maths and English which not only enhance a child’s hard skills and soft skills at the same time.

So try these 10 games with your kids today!

1. Hop Around the World Giant World Map

2. Human Body Floor Puzzle

3. Solar System Snap Cards

4. Spell Buzz

5. Math Buzz

6. Solar System Puzzle

7. Tango Proverbs

8. Interactive India Map

9. Country Trump Cards

10. Play Passport Kit

1. Hop Around the World Giant World Map

This giant non-tearable map with 6*4 feet as dimensions is to be spread on the floor and played just like twister. Only instead of placing hands and legs on colours, one has to place their hands and legs on the correct location on the map. Kids will definitely love this game and parents can teach kids the location of different countries while playing. It’s a win-win situation for both!

This map can also be hung up on the wall for teaching and learning purpose!

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2. Human Body Floor Puzzle

This giant 3*2 feet wooden floor puzzle consists of 60+ pieces of organs, bones and other body parts along with their labels is sure to boost their child’s human anatomy knowledge! It’s designed in such a way so as to improve their memory, enhance critical thinking and gross motor skills while at the same time honing their visual-spatial coordination.

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3. Solar System Snap Cards

These snap cards make great memory games and a fun way to stimulate active engagement & imagination in children! It comes in a round, reusable box and easy to carry on family trips, picnics and family parties.

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4. Spell Buzz

Get your kids to learn 92 new 3-8 letter words with this box of spell buzz. Let them pick a bee without them seeing what the word is and tell them to spell it out If the player spells the word correctly they get to keep the piece. If not, it goes back to the pile of bees. If a player picks a buzz piece, the bee has stung the player and all the pieces collected till then should go back to the pile. The one who has the maximum number of pieces wins! Improvise a bit and tell them to make sentences with those words. It’s a fun way to improve their oratory and linguistic skills.

Number of players 1-10

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5. Math Buzz

The Math Buzz game is an amazing ay to teach your kids rudimentary math concepts such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and more. All that has to be done is get a player to pick out an equation bee, get them to solve the equation. If the answer is correct they get a point and the equation is removed from the pile. If the answer is wrong the piece goes back to the pile. Don’t forget about the buzz pieces. If the player gets a buzz piece, all the points they’ve earned are taken away and they end up with a zero, thereby starting from scratch.
This game can be played in the classroom as well. Teachers can call students one by one or form groups and follow steps 1 to 4.
Try to get the kids to answer the equation mentally or the kids can use a pencil and paper to solve it and make learning fun as much as possible!
Number of players: 1-10

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6. Solar System Puzzle

Not only are puzzles a great way to keep kids away from the screen, but they’re also extremely helpful to improve their gross motor skills, fine motor skills and visual-spatial coordination. Play with these puzzles with them on afternoons or on game nights and try to tell them interesting facts related to the puzzle you’re playing with.

This 30 piece 14*12 inch solar system puzzle consisting of brightly coloured planets, asteroids, comets and other space objects is designed to help kids learn through play. Once they’ve made the puzzle, flip the entire puzzle and find a colouring activity on the back. This puzzle will surely boost their knowledge about the solar system and enhance their gross motor skills. It’s a productive way to spend time and interact with them. You can also check out the India puzzleUnicorn Puzzle, and My First World Map Puzzle!

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7. Tango Proverbs

The name says it all! Tango Learning Proverbs is a great way to introduce your kids to proverbs. This box consists of 50 cards- split into two colours-red and blue. The red one consists of the first half of the product and the blue one consists of the second half of the proverb. Kids need to race against time to match both the cards. Pull out a red card from the top of the pile and find the other half. You can explain the meaning of the proverb while at the game and ask them to make sentences. It’s a great way to refine their linguistic expression and cognitive skills.

TIP: If this method has been helpful you can use colourful flashcards as well. Divide a proverb into two halves and write it down on different colours and adopt instructions of the Tango Learning Proverb game here as well!

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8. Interactive India Map

This colourful non-tear India map will teach kids all about India’s diversity! It consists of pictures of famous historic monuments, famous dance forms and animals found in the particular place. The reusable sticker book comes with stickers of state names, capitals, crops and languages so kids can stick the correct sticker in the correct place! The role also consists of a solution key to check all the solutions after the activity is complete.

It’s a great way to introduce kids to India’s rich culture.

Also try: World Map Activity Kit!

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9. Country Trump Cards

The box of 50 cards is absolutely perfect for when they are travelling with friends and family! These 50 cards contain pictures of famous countries all around the world and information such as the flag, monuments and a fun fact about each country! Kids can compare ranks of happiness, area and population of their card with other players and the player with the lowest rank of the chosen factor wins the round. Tell your kids all about the interesting facts of those countries and make this learning time productive!

This one comes in a reusable box so you don’t have to worry about losing any of the cards!

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10. Play Passport Kit

The play passport kit consists of a passport, stickers of flags, capitals, languages, visas and monuments of 12 different countries and a colourful map inside it.

With this kit, kids can learn to learn how to greet someone by saying ‘hello’ in 12 different languages and the famous monuments and flags of those countries. While sticking pictures you can also tell them interesting facts about those countries and if you’ve travelled to any of those places with them, you can talk about it and stick your own pictures in the passport! It comes with a colourful map with monuments, animals and famous countries all around the world. You can stick this map on a wall in their rooms and help them learn about where all the countries are located.

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Also read: 7 Popular Prams for Kids!

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