Sequence for Kids
Skills: Memory, matching, visual-spatial, reading
Each player has a hand of cards and some chips. A player picks a card that has an image of, say, a panda and looks for that animal on the game board. When she finds the panda, she puts a chip on it. Once a player has four chips in a row, it’s a winning “sequence.” Finding a match on the busy game board is fun and challenging. And it can be tricky to remember which chips belong to which player. As your child gets older, she can practice reading the words on the card.