Wildcraft!

Discover Stone Island SS20 collection now available on biffi.com
  • Develop problem solving skills
  • Learn about plants and ecosystem
  • Help practice reading skills
  • Build social skills

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. A good way to captivate a child’s interest in botany and science is through game such as Wildcraft. One of many games inspired by the world of plants that teaches children about the function of plants and their ecosystem in a fun way. Learning about different types of plants and their medical attributes or contributions to the world.

Like many other board games, Wildcraft is not only an educational tool but also an activity to help foster cognitive skills such as number recognition and decision making. While playing children practice counting by moving spaces and decide which paths to take to get to the finish line. Also, games like Wildcraft are designed to give challenges for the players to solve. Wildcraft has three drawing card decks. Two of the three drawing decks are catered for exercising the players problem-solving skills. Working together players can help each other when they step on a “trouble card” space to solve whatever problem they face.

Wildcraft and similar board games are also a good material for practicing reading skills. The cards and board are covered with illustrations and words to help young children learn to read. Having pictures next to the words helps children recognize and associate the letters to the term. For older children board games such as Wildcraft can help build their reading comprehensions since the game comes with more reading material to help them learn additional information about plants. Developing reading habits games from a young age.

Ultimately, Wildcraft and other similar cooperative board games are a good way to pass the time or take a break from the busy schedule. Helping children to foster and build on their social skills. Cooperative board games such as Wildcraft are a race against time which all the players have to move across the board before time runs outs. The game is designed for everyone to work together requiring players to rely on each other, share, and communicate to win. Creating scenarios where children can learn to work in teams. Wildcraft and other similar games bring excitement to the world of plants and makes learning fun.

Related Posts
Snug as a Bug in a Rug

Snug as a Bug in a Rug is a co-operative game where young children can practice their colors, shapes and Read more

BUFFALO, THE NAME DROPPING GAME

Card games that are easy and fun to play are a great way to bring people together when hanging out Read more

Qwirkle Board Game

Game time can be part of learning. Studies have shown that board games work on a player’s cognitive skills and Read more

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. Read more

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

en_USEnglish
es_ESSpanish en_USEnglish