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Games for Kids Who Love Dogs
Who doesn’t love dogs? Doggoes are the BEST! Why not take your child’s love of dogs and turn it into relevant lessons in math, history, motor control, language arts, & more? Your kids will love these games about & featuring dogs. Ranging from silly to serious, you & your child are guaranteed to have tons of fun learning & playing these games all about doggoes and puppers.
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Preschool Games for Kids Who Love Dogs
Don’t Step in It! (Hasbro Gaming)
Skills learned: Counting to 6, large motor control
Diggin’ Doggies (Game Zone)
Skills learned: Colors, counting to 3, fine motor control, matching, taking turns
Shelby’s Snack Shack (Educational Insights)
Skills Learned: Multi-step directions, number recognition, addition & subtraction
Soggy Doggy (Spin Master Games)
Skills learned: Dice rolling, counting, sportsmanship
Paw Patrol (Nickelodian)
Skills learned: Matching, patience, observation, counting, listening
Red Dog, Blue Dog (Orchard Toys)
Skills learned: Animal names, colors, matching, turn taking, memory
Elementary Games for Kids Who Love Dogs
Dog-Opoly (Late for the Sky Games)
Skills learned: math, taking turns, counting to 12, number recognition, money
The Dog Game (Spin Master Games)
Skills learned: Dog facts, language arts, debate, quick thinking
Skills learned: Memory, public speaking, matching, counting
Sequence Dogs (Jax)
Skills learned: Patience, matching, fine motor control, strategy
Walk the Dogs (Simply Fun Games)
Skills learned: Matching, strategy, counting, addition & subtraction to 20
Nuts About Mutts (Grandpa Beck’s Games)
Skills learned: Colors, matching, dog breeds, quick play
Dog Gonnit (Mudpuppy Games)
Skills learned: Dog caretaking, counting
Games for Older Kids & Adults who Love Dogs
Dog Pile (Brainwright)
Skills learned: STEM, balance, patience, solo or group play
Agility (Two Lanterns Games)
Skills learned: Strategy, card management
Skills learned: Counting, fast play, sportsmanship
Skills learned: Ancient Egypt facts
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Meg Grooms (she/her) is a decades-long secular homeschooler, mother of many, writer, Florida ex-pat, and all-around swell gal. Meg & her partner have raised their kids all over the USA, finally settling on Southern California. For now, anyhow.
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