Fun And Creative DIY Games To Get Your Kids Learning

Kids love to play games, and parents love for their children to learn. So what’s better than games that help children learn? Many children catch on to spelling and math concepts a lot easier if they think they are NOT learning, when in fact you know they are! There are several ways to make learning more fun too – not just boring paper and pencils. Learning can be interactive, fun and imaginative and does not always have to have that “classroom” atmosphere.

We’ve looked high and low to bring you some terrific DIY learning games suitable for a variety of ages. Scroll through the images below and you’ll be sure to find something your children will love!

1. Letter matching ice cream cones:

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2. Use foldables to teach 3D shapes:

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3. Alphabet hunt with your child’s toys:

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4. Sight words parking bingo:

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5. Ping pong balls sight words game:

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6. Use pipe cleaners to make letters and words:

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7. Alphabet lacing cards:

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8. Paint sticks for ordering events:

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9. Practice spelling with Legos:

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Filthwizardry.com

10. Cereal and glue to help spell:

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11. Learning with Scrabble:

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12. Practice spelling with clothes pins and index cards:

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13. Teach kids about crystallization:

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Marthastewart.com

14. Time matching game:

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15. Connect 4 but with words!

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16. Use hula hoops to group rhyming words:

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Notimeforflashcards.com

17. Strengthen math skills with Legos:

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Scholastic.com

18. DIY fry boxes and fries make a great counting game:

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19. Practice word skills with a puzzle:

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20. Practice word families with paint swatches:

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21. Match and mail letters game:

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Notimeforflashcards.com

22. Practice shapes at home with this DIY geoboard:

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23. Legos can also help to teach comparison:

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24. Use playdoh for practicing sight words:

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Littlehandsbigwork.com

25. Play a letter search game with some rice:

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Littlehandsbigwork.com

26. Shape game on cardboard:

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