LIKEE Wooden Pattern Blocks Set

  • Recognizing shapes and colors
  • Incites creative thinking
  • Hand-eye coordination

Many studies have shown that games such as jigsaw puzzles can also be used as excellent learning tools. Jigsaw puzzles help young children learn and recognize shapes through play in an engaging and hands-on way. For example, the LIKEE Wooden Pattern Block Set is a jigsaw puzzle that can be used for many learning activities. This particular puzzle helps children to learn and recognize basic shapes such as circles, squares, and triangles by arranging them into silhouettes of animals and objects. Additionally, children will learn to distinguish and recognize the colors on the blocks. Parents and teachers who engage with children during puzzle play can also introduce concepts such as vocabulary and learning about the animals depicted.

Pattern block jigsaw puzzles are great for working on motor skills. Toddlers will develop hand-eye coordination and spatial awareness while playing with the blocks. Toys such as LIKEE Wooden Pattern Block Set are great because they include flashcards that serve as a guide to show players how to construct the figures, helping them analyze the image and assemble the shapes accordingly. The repetitive action of grabbing and placing blocks to form shapes will help toddlers to further develop his or her fine motor skills. These fine motor skills will eventually help with learning how to write and type.

Teaching toddlers to recognize shapes through pattern block jigsaw puzzles also encourages creativity and imagination. Although LIKEE Wooden Pattern Block Set has flashcards to help create the animal shapes, players are also encouraged to make their own silhouettes as well, using imagination to become his or her own architect and build new shapes with the blocks. LIKEE Wooden Pattern Block Set puzzles are a fun way for parents and children alike to enjoy time together creating worlds with simple shapes.


  • Pattern recognition
  • Improves communication skills
  • Engages in speech development
  • Stress Relief

Guess who came to learn today? With a little creativity, parents can turn board games such as Guess Who into learning experiences. There are so many innovative tools to teach children communication skills, but studies have shown that children are more engaged when the lessons become a game. The classic game Guess Who and similar versions can aid children in improving things such as grammar and even help to learn a second language. For example, to expand a child’s vocabulary and knowledge, you can make Guess Who game cards about an array of different categories, such as animals, professions, geography, historical figures, etc.

Guess Who is designed to help players practice conversation skills. Players must form questions based on reasoning and logic in order to guess the opponents chosen card and win the game. This encourages children to form mental connections of the common denominators of the cards in a process of elimination. This conversation between two players will help children become more effective communicators. By describing the features of the objects or characters on the cards, players will learn new vocabulary and practice conversational etiquette. Also, players will need to think about the type of question he or she should ask, based on patterns of card characteristics. While playing Guess Who, the player needs to analyze the cards to find common and distinct characteristics of the drawings, exercising logic and critical thinking skills.

Furthermore, studies have shown that children respond positively to learning with board games. Games such as Guess Who don’t replace standard lessons, but are a great tool for practicing what a child already knows in an easygoing and less structured environment. This is a great way for parents and children to bond while learning and having fun.

Connect 4 Game

  • Strategy and planning
  • Learn to win/lose
  • Problem solving and critical thinking skills

Connect Four is a classic board game with simple rules that anyone can follow. It is great for a friends gathering or family game night. However, there is more to Connect Four than just being a game to pass the time — this and other similar board games have educational value as well. They can be used as educational tools to teach children of array of lessons and develop cognitive skills.

Problem solving and critical-thinking skills are put into practice while playing these type of board games. Connect Four, for example, is set up as a battle of wits, as players try to strategically block and create their own colored rows of four. Players will have to analyze the grid and anticipate the number of spaces and moves necessary in order to win. This requires visualization and strategic thinking. Educators or parents can use these games to help children analyze play and understand the reasoning behind moves. Skills such as these can also be transferred into schoolwork, helping to develop a child’s math and critical thinking skills.

Connect Four is mainly a strategy game. Players will practice thinking strategically as they anticipate the opponent’s moves. Connect Four is great for children learning to recognize patterns as well. Since the board is actually set up as a big grid, this gives a player a good visual aid to make strategic moves, allowing them to come up with plans to win the game.

Another fundamental lesson children can learn while playing board games is how to win and lose gracefully. Connect Four is a great opportunity to practice those real-life interactions and good manners. The duration of the game is not that long, which allows many rounds to be played within an hour or so. Using the game as a teachable moment, players can practice comradery in a competition or game regardless of the outcome.