Learning games for preschoolers: dioramas

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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.

This site teaches you how to make a diorama and this one gives you ideas for what kinds of diorama to create.

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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