If you’re not a couponer, you might immediately toss that pile of weekly coupons right in the recycle bin. Well, we received the big weekly stack yesterday and while it sat on the table (before it made it to the recycling bin), a great idea for my kids came to me: Newspaper Seek-And-Find Games. We were running out of things to keep kids busy indoors since this was the last day of holiday break and I was really looking for something crafty for them to do. This was perfect! These homemade seek and find games gave my preschoolers practice with scissor cutting skills, gluing skills, and also placing pictures in the correct places on the sheet. All preschool activities that are perfect to practice on for similar activities that they do at school. Yay! I love a craft that’s fun and gets them ready to perform well in school.
How Seek and Find Games Enhance Your Perceptiveness
Your kids are going to love to discover the captivating realm of seek and find games, where hidden treasures await to be discovered. Young children will enjoy the exhilarating challenges that these games offer, as they sharpen observation skills. These find and seek games are great practice for kids to unlock their potential to become a keen observer. Playing these games can improve perceptiveness, attention to detail, and cognitive abilities. Unleash their inner detective as they follow directions and complete visual puzzles.
Seek-N-Find For Young Children Using Newspaper Ads:
- glue stick
- white paper
How To Make Seek And Find Games For Your Kids:
Grab all your seek and find games supplies listed above and head to the table.
I grabbed a piece of paper for each of my kids and wrote a few categories on each sheet…for instance: Animals, Food and Drinks. I also wrote how many of each item to find.
Pass out the scissors (kid safe of course), glue sticks and a stack of coupon papers. Explain the seek-n-find game. When they find one of the items from a category, they’ll cut it out and glue it under that specific category! Then just let them start searching.
My kids love playing these homemade, free seek and find games and I love that they are getting practice with following instructions and cutting and gluing! We played a couple different rounds and I made up different categories for each round. Some other search and find games examples would be to find: animals, fruits, vegetables, drinks, etc. Just skim through your coupon papers and use categories that you see pictures for.
I hope you enjoy making these free seek and find games for your kids. It is a great way for them to engage thier mind, improve focus, and enhance cognitive abilities. From enhancing memory to sharpening problem-solving skills, discover how these games can be an enjoyable and effective way to give your kid’s brain a workout. Do you think your child would enjoy this challenge?