Educational Games: Liners | Children




Educational games: liners

What to do with the baby? This question arises quite regularly. Even favorite toys sometimes stale. With inserts a small child can mess around for a long time, besides such activity it brings many benefits. Baby learns to compare objects by shape and size, while developing fine motor skills. Make ear and can be themselves.

Educational games: liners

You will need:

- PVC tiles of different colors or plywood; - A sharp knife; - An awl; - Jigsaw; - oil paints; - Lacquer; - sandpaper; - Drawing equipment; - Pictures of figures of animals, birds, fish, flowers.

Instruction educational games: liners

Step 1:

The insert is a plate with slots, into which the figures. Start with the most basic geometric shapes. It is best to make a game out of the most ordinary PVC tiles, it is quite easy to cut the usual sharp knife stationery. There are also special knives for linoleum, so you can buy at any hardware store. Select the tiles in two colors. The one you make cuts. Other material will serve to figures.

Step 2:

Using a compass, draw a circle on the second tile. They should be of different sizes. To make it easier to cut them, do in a few places the holes with an awl or a drill. Cut out the circle. Try them to obtain flat. Gently wipe the cloth edges to avoid chipping left. Of course, while playing with toys, made of the same material, the child is not in danger of plant thorn. But every game has to look beautiful.

Step 3:

Arrange the circles on the tiles, designed for the field. Circle them. This is most easily done with a ballpoint pen. Make a slot for each circle and then treat cuts sandpaper. In the same way, you can make inserts with squares and other geometric shapes. Instead, the tiles can be used plywood, but then you need a jigsaw. All parts of the game plywood is best to paint in bright colors or varnish.

Step 4:

Figures may be any. For example, choose a picture with silhouettes of animals. Preferably they are about the same size. They can be found on the Internet, scaled in any graphics editor, print, and translate into a tile or plywood. Try to choose a figure with a minimum number of small details, they will be easier to cut.