Build and Learn Table – A Fun Way to Introduce Math to Your Kids
Build and Learn Table tops are available in a variety of sizes, styles and functions. They can be used to encourage group activity for children, or they can be used for adults to learn new skills. Parents love these tables because they are easy to transport, take along for a picnic, serve refreshments and serve snacks, or have built in storage for school supplies. They can also be decorated for a special party or holiday.
When you build on-the-go when you utilize this lightweight portable table for indoor games to build traffic, create exciting adventures on-the-go when you place the building blocks on the tabletop to build an electric ice cream stand, a pizza oven and a hot dog cart, build an aquarium and water tower. Then stack up your balls on the tracks to roll down the sidewalk, or hang them off a wall to create a chalkboard mural, then line up your cars on the ramps to drive around the room, and then build street food by stacking up plates, cups, bowls, utensils and other toys on the tabletop. Then, line up your car’s in line to move forward through the grid, and run into the “action stations” to collect prizes while you complete challenges in the interactive play area. When you complete the obstacle course, the prizes are mailed to you.
Kids love to learn about colors, shapes and animals. When you build and learn wooden blocks as part of the curriculum, you can use blocks to build habitats for your birds, ponds for fish, and houses to house your hamsters. You can build fireplaces and tables to heat up soup, dolls to collect dolls’ things, and Indian figurines to collect Indian coins. As children play with the toys, you can record the sounds and use that memory for a craft at home. When you are teaching math, for example, you can show them how to add, subtract and multiply.
At the beginning of the year, when the weather begins to change, such as cold and snow, you can take your Build and Learn Table outdoors. You can build houses for the winter and tents for summer. You can also teach your children how to prepare food, wash dishes, pick up dropped items, empty bottles and put them back, how to read, write and count. As the weather changes, you can build campfires and sit around the campfire with the kids to tell stories and sing songs.
Find fun ways to engage your children when they are doing their homework. It’s a great way to introduce mathematics and give your children an enjoyable way to learn. By teaching them to count, the numbers they can write down in order increases their confidence level. By showing them where certain items are located, they learn to stay away from trouble. When they learn new words, you can practice spelling for fun.
The Build and Learn Table are a wonderful learning tool for both young and old. They are portable and light enough to carry around. You can build and move them as often as you like. If you want to bring it inside for use, just unpack it and leave it where you parked it. They are a great way to keep your children busy for hours. The results?