For young children who are not yet reading, there are a number of learning games for preschoolers that develop the skills required for reading.
Recommended learning game for preschoolers – Dioramas
Building dioramas with children is fabulous for developing their capacity for engagement in an activity, attention, family bonding and learning about different subjects.
Requirements: Undistracted time with your child, simple art supplies, a place (like a kitchen table) to create your diorama.
Skills developed: Good family interaction, development of motors skills, attention
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