Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Scotchi educational game

I’m always looking for new games that are fun and educational. Scotchi contacted me asking if I would look at their games for toddlers. I hadn’t seen other games like it so I definitely said yes.

We were sent the My First Colors game. Even though I looked on their site and saw what the games were about, I still couldn’t see everything. Once I had it in my hands, I could really see and think it’s a great game.

Develops the following skills:

  • Color recognition
  • hand-eye coordination
  • visual perception and memory
  • fine motor skills
  • creativity and imagination

Each large piece has velcro tabs on it so that your little one can match up the character and stick it on. I don’t know what kind of material Scotchi uses for their boards, but it is very durable and you can even wash it after your little ones get it all messy.

The game comes with 6 boards and 12 play pieces. Each board has different animals on it and different colors. This way the child can match the colors up. To me this is more than just a way to learn about colors. It’s also to learn about what animal is what and some show what they eat. For example it shows a rabbit eating a carrot.

There are many options to choose from. They have shapes, a clock, animals, food and more. I think I may buy a few more for my house.

Use Scotchi’s store locator to find a store near you. I highly recommend this game for your children or even as a Christmas gift for the upcoming holiday.

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