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Games in early childhood education settings are rich with social, cognitive and physical development opportunities. Children develop strategic thinking and problem solving skills whether it be playing the traditional favourites or new and exciting games with complex concepts. In addition to cognitive domains, children can build resilience, confidence, respect and empathy through conversing and socialising with other players.


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Number and Letter Games

Colour and Shape Games

Matching, Memory and Sorting Games

Patterns and Sequencing Games

Environment and Wellbeing Games

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