Toddlers and preschoolers only start associating objects with certain colors, sizes, and other attributes. How to help them develop logical thinking? Try ‘Odd one out’ game – this is a simple and entertaining way to teach kid differentiate between certain objects.
How to play ‘Odd one out’ game?
Here are a few recommendations for getting maximum benefit out of this game:
- Help your little ones at first until they start spotting objects by themselves.
- Make sure that the choice wasn’t random – ask your kid to explain the connection between the items. It may turn out that the child has established a different, alternative connection between the objects – such answer is also right, even if it doesn’t match your logic.
- Start with simple combinations of 3-4 objects, then switch to more difficult tasks.
- Use words instead of pictures for grown-up kids who can read – that will be an exercise to boost the language skills, as well.
Without further ado, let’s start.
These are the simplest tasks for 2-4 years old toddlers.
If level one was completed successfully, your little one will easily spot the odd one out from four objects.
Let’s complicate things a bit – your kid will need to apply some logic.
Your kid will fall in love with ‘Odd one out’ game – it’s the best way for passing time with joy.