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10 Awesome Games for Toddlers

We love games in our family! Not only are they are great way to play together, games provide awesome opportunities for learning skills like cooperation, sequencing, listening, and memory. Plus they can be darn right fun! Here are 10 awesome games for toddlers

10 awesome games for toddlers. These fun games help to promote listening, sequencing, and memory skills in a fun and engaging way.

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Games We Have

Here are some games we have and love to play with Nora!

The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game -- This is a color matching game, and a great way to introduce games to your child, this can be played even before 2.

My Very First Games - First Orchard -- Another great first game and this one is cooperative!

Soundtracks CD {Sound Bingo -- a listening game, this one is still fairly challenging for Nora (at almost 3)

Listen to Clues -- one of Nora's favorites right now, great for developing listening and logic skills

Creature Matching Game -- a fun matching game that can be used as a memory game as your toddler gets older

Color Go Fish -- color matching, another great first game

Who Lives Where Wooden Memory and Matching Game -- this one sort of combines memory with a puzzle and is really popular here

Games we Want

Here are some games that we would like to add to our collection! With Nora's birthday coming up, we may just have to get them!

The Picnic Spinner Game
Shopping List Memory Game
Roll and Play Board Game

10 awesome games for toddlers. These fun games help to promote listening, sequencing, and memory skills in a fun and engaging way.

Does your toddler like games? What games do you have? Which do you want?


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