LEARNING MADE FUN

Welcome to Learning Made Fun. A place where you can browse our reviews and suggestions for fun, wholesome and healthy activities for your children to enjoy. We believe that education and development happens when a child is able to focus and enjoy what they are doing and build skills that are the foundation for more formal schoolwork.

Browse around, enjoy what we have to offer, and start spending quality time with your children today!
AGES: 4 and up
Brian Moore

Wildcraft!

The world of plants is fascinating and full of wonders. Every plant serves a purpose and they have bountiful benefits. Knowing about a plants attributes is a good life skill that can be handy in real life situations. Part of the science curriculum, educators and parents teach children to know and appreciate this living organism.

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AGES: 3 - 6 years
Mary Briseno

Coogam Wooden Tetris Puzzle

Develop critical thinking skills Problem solving Improve logical thinking Hand eye coordination Tetris is the classic Russian block puzzle that took by storm the gaming

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AGES: 5 – 7 years
Brian Moore

SiEque

Anyone who is good at math says that math is fun however if math problems are turned into a game everyone can enjoy math no matter their math skill level. Educators and parents use math games to keep children engaged in the lessons and practice in a fun way. A good multiplication game is SiEque designed to work with multiplication table in a different way.

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AGES: 11 – 13 years
Mary Briseno

THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF SWIMMING

Swimming is an excellent recreational activity for people of all ages. Recreational swimming not only provides a low-impact workout, but it’s also a good way to relax and de-stress. Common swimming styles in recreational swimming are the dog paddle, the breaststroke, the backstroke, sidestroke, etc.

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AGES: 11 – 13 years
Mary Briseno

LEARNING MATH WITH YAHTZEE

Yahtzee is a game beloved by many, and has shown itself in many different cultures and regions, although sometimes under different names and rule variations. The objective of the game is simple on the surface – to score points by rolling five dice to make certain combinations. The dice can be rolled up to three times in a turn to try to make various scoring combinations, and dice must remain in the box. A game consists of thirteen rounds back and forth rolling the dice with the winner being the player that scores the most points.

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AGES: 3 - 6 years
Mary Briseno

Benefits Of Straw Constructor

Playing with the Straw Constructor STEM set engages children into creative play that can develop their motor and perception skills. This is done through the fun and play that is made through the toy itself. It engages in problem solving while remaining its ease of use as a toy set.

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AGES: 2 - 4 years
Mary Briseno

Robot Turtles

Coding is a language used for programming. Learning to code from a young age helps children expand their cognitive skills by learning this new language. As part of the STEM programs, coding has made an impact in learning.

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AGES: 2 - 4 years
Brian Moore

Garden Building Toys

We learn a lot from observing nature. Many science lessons focus on living organisms and toys and games are great visual aids for learning about the subject. Gardening Building toys for example break down all the parts of the flower and plants into pieces so children can assemble in the garden.

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AGES: 11 - 13 years
Mary Briseno

CAN YOU SOLVE A RUBIX CUBE?

The Rubik’s Cube is a well-known puzzle game that also somehow morphed into a piece of American pop culture. Love it or hate it, the Rubik’s Cube has been around for decades and is here to stay. When this toy was first created, it was marketed as the ‘impossible puzzle’ but is now being used as a tool by educators to teach math and logic stills.

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AGES: 2 – 4 years
Mary Briseno

SPIN ‘N’ SORT SPOUT PRO BATH GAME

With a little creativity and the right tools, children can turn almost any activity into an opportunity to learn and develop skills. You can even take learning to the bath time with games like Spin n’ Sort Spout Pro and others like it. There are a lot of toys available to just entertain your kids at bathtime, though it does take a little more research to find the right ones to serve as learning tools as well. Spin ‘n’ Sort Spout Pro helps toddlers to learn colors and shapes as well as keep them entertained for hours.

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AGES: 5 - 8 years
Mary Briseno

Benefits Of Ker-Plunk

Ker-plunk being a fun and dynamic game to play with friends can offer various benefits to children at a young age. Some helpful topics such as the improvement of logic skills, creative problem solving, and concentration are focused on while playing. Hand-eye coordination is also put into practice as each player takes stick by stick in the game until all marbles fall to the bottom.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years
Mary Briseno

Toysery Bow And Arrow For Kids

Children can master a new skill when practicing the Toysery Bow and Arrow for Kids. While practicing coordination, children can learn to be perceptive about there surroundings while thinking cognitively to aim and get a bullseye with this toy. This engages in their key motor skill development while aiming and firing this toy bow.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years
Brian Moore

Smart Farmer

Taking a break from traditional learning puzzle games are an entertaining way to stimulate the brain. No matter the age or skill set, brain teasers such as puzzles have been proven to be a great way to exercise the mind and develop cognitive skills.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years
Brian Moore

THE FLOOR IS LAVA! GAME

The imaginative game of The Floor is Lava engages children in jumping from location to location to avoid pretend lava. This immerses children in physical activity while using their perception skills with cognitive thinking and the use of imagination.

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AGES: 2 - 4 years
Mary Briseno

FEED THE WOOZLE COOPERATIVE GAME

Board games, in the right context, can be excellent educational materials disguised as entertainment. It is a great opportunity to pass time and build social skills with the entire family, with the added benefit of teaching children important life skills while having fun. Board games are designed to be played in groups of two or more, which allows people to comfortably sit down and create the space to talk and interact with each other. A fun game that brings everyone together and is worth considering, is Feed the Woozle.

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AGES: 10 and up
Mary Briseno

Three Sticks

There are many games that cater to the STEM learning program. They are a fun way to incorporate math or science exercises in playtime. Exercising player skills, the STEM games stimulate the mind. Children benefit from these types of games as they are still developing cognitive skills.

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AGES: 2 - 6 years
Mary Briseno

SPIN AND LEARN COLOR FLASHLIGHT

Children at an early age are very receptive to sounds and colors. Incorporating these things into learning tools are a great way to take that curiosity and focus it on learning. The types of toys we give children to play with can have profound influence on the way that they learn skills. Many types of toys for young children can be used as a way to jump start education. One good example of these educational toys is the Spin and Learn Color Flashlight. Toddlers will have fun listening to music and animal sounds while interacting with the lights and colors of the flashlight.

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AGES: 11 - 13 years
Mary Briseno

MAGIC: THE GATHERING

Magic: The Gathering teaches two very important skills for a child’s development: Creative practice and critical thinking. Playing the game encourages outside-the-box thinking in order to uncover different methods and endless styles of play. This unrestricted style of game play gives players the freedom to set their own game pace and use any card deck of choice.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years
Brian Moore

Color Code

Color Code is a fun puzzle game that exercises a person’s cognitive skills. Games and puzzles are integrated to the learning process to keep young children engaged and focus. They are fun activity to refresh and activate the mind. Color Code and similar games are designed to help children practice.

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AGES: 2 - 6 years
Brian Moore

Wooden Lacing Apple Threading

Young children love to explore with their senses. Touch and sight are their primordial way of learning. Toys are their first introduction to learning. It is important that these preschool toys keep children active to help develop their cognitive skills.

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AGES: 7 and up
Brian Moore

The World Game

Social Studies and geography classes can be dull and overwhelming with facts. Educators and parents use different teaching tools to make the lessons more dynamic. A good way to keep children engaged and learning about social studies is through games.

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AGES: 3 - 6 years
Brian Moore

Teaching Time Clock

Time is not an easy concept to grasp when you are a kid. For children, a minute seems to be so long, and an hour can be eternal. We invented a tool to measure and make sense of time, the clock. It is important for children to learn how to read a clock so they can have a visual aid to understand to notion of time.

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AGES: 11 – 13 years
Mary Briseno

THE POCKET CALCULATOR

Pocket calculators are a great tool that assist children in school every day. Unlike cellphones or computer calculators, a pocket calculator will not distract children from school work. An advantage of the pocket calculator is the design simplicity – there are no additional applications on the device. A calculator is largely used with the intention to be a shortcut to mathematical procedures such as multiplication or division.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years
Brian Moore

Qwirkle Board Game

Game time can be part of learning. Studies have shown that board games work on a player’s cognitive skills and keep children engaged in class. They are an activity to do at any time or place. During class or outside the classroom board games are entertaining way to encourage children to maintain their minds active. For example, the board game Qwirkle is a strategic game that foster players problem-solving skills.

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AGES: 2 – 4 years
Brian Moore

MR. PENCIL ABC BAG PACK

How to teach your kids their ABC’s before they start school? There are many educational toys that teach the alphabet, but the Mr. Pencil’s ABC Backpack has the National Parenting Product Award for its ingenuity. Mr. Pencil’s ABC Backpack is designed to teach children the alphabet in a fun way through different activities.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years
Mary Briseno

Parcheesi Royal Edition

Whether it is called Parcheesi or Pachisi, this classic board game is one of the games that can be integrated to class as learning tools. Classic board games have been proven over time by their popularity to be effective in engaging children’s cognitive skills through play.

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AGES: 10 and up
Mary Briseno

Benefits Of Education Solar Robot Toys

Solar Robot Toys introduces children into the process of building a solar powered toy robot that can be designed and transformed into different styles. Doing this engages in motor skill improvement alongside the practice in perception skills, creative play and problem solving.

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AGES: 5 - 7 years
Brian Moore

ICE COOL

Looking for fun ways to stimulate the brain? Board games have always been a longstanding tool in education. Board games are designed to be hands-on activity for developing key skills for learning. For example, Ice Cool is a game designed to enhance a person’s dexterity.

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AGES: 11 - 13 years
Mary Briseno

THE GAME OF CHECKERS

Checkers is a classic board game that never goes out of style. The rules are easy to follow and it’s a great activity for passing time. Aside from being simple to learn and fun to play, Checkers and other similar board games can help children learn valuable skills, like task-specific focus, problem-solving, and logic. Introducing Checkers to a child from a young age improves concentration and these benefits will carry over onto many different aspects of life, from school and beyond.

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AGES: 11 - 13 years
Mary Briseno

SPLITTING IMAGE

Brainteasers are a popular game choice for parents, teachers, and children because these games promote learning in an entertaining way that children also enjoy. Parents gravitate toward these types of games because they are both fun and educational. Puzzles such as brain games help develop a child’s critical thinking skills and mental stamina. In fact, educators also integrate them into lessons and daily schoolwork. Different brain games build up different types of skills.

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