The Big Game

Pre-Schooler Mealtime

Play “The Big Game” by naming something big. Then ask your child, “Can you name something that’s bigger” Take turns and keep playing until you come up with the biggest, most gigantic, huge thing you can think of. Switch it up and name the smallest thing you can think of.

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Playing “The Big Game” helps your child see connections between the size of things, then organize them according to size. These are thinking skills they’ll need in school and work.

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