The holidays are almost here and it’s time to start putting together your list for the preschooler(s) in your life. Games that challenge the minds of young learners are always popular with preschoolers. Preschool learning games from Getta 1 Games are sure to help your little learner have fun and develop new skills all at once.

Teach the Time Clock Game

Preschool learning gamesHelp kids master the art of telling time with Teach the Time Clock from Getta 1 Games. Teach the Time Clock is a wooden puzzle and a game with a variety of levels of play. Kids learn counting, colors, shape recognition, number recognition and how to tell time!

My daughter is working on learning number recognition in junior kindergarten right now, so this is a fun way for her to learn. It is certainly a game that will grow with her as she moves on to more advance learning- such as telling time.

Overall, Teach the Time Clock is a much more fun, and effective way to help kids learn how to tell time!

The game includes all wooden clock puzzle with movable plastic hands, 12 double-sided pieces (hours /minutes), two custom time dice, clock stand and instructions.

Piggy Pile-Up

Piggy Pile-UpPiggy Pile Up from Getta 1 Games is sure to be a hit with your preschooler.  With this game you add wooden pigs one at a time to see how many can be added before it falls over. This may be a little more difficult for young preschoolers, but older children will love the game. It takes practice and patience to slowly add the pigs.

Give each player the same number of pieces. The game is best played with 2 or 3 players. Then place the base on the center of the table. The youngest person goes first. Be the first person to place your last piggy piece without any falling and win! If during your turn any piggy pieces fall you must take those pieces and your turn is ended.

The game is a favorite for my daughter. She plays it daily and because the game is so fast pace it is a fun game to pull out just before dinner. The nice thing about Piggy Pile Up is she can play with it independently as well. As any parent of a preschooler knows, preschool games that a child can play with on their own, as well as with a parent are GREAT!  Piggy Pile Up encourages hand-eye co-ordination, problem solving, counting, concentrations and small motor skills.

The game includes 12 wooden piggy pieces, cardboard mud puddle base and rules.

I know your children will love the Preschool learning games at Getta 1 Games as much as we do. Whether you’re looking for quality wooden games, exceptional educational games, or some cool and quirky Preschool learning games, Getta 1 Games  has them. Check them out today at http://www.getta1games.com.

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Rose DesRochers
Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.

27 Comments

  1. Oh my gosh how precious is that! I gotta get this game to play with my kids 🙂

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  2. I love the piggy pile up game! It looks like a great game to teach coordination.

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  3. Very good games for fine motor skills and number recognition.

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  4. These would both develop fine motor skills in kidlets, they could learn numbers, time and balance as well.

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  5. Teach the time clock game is a great learning tool. I literally work with a fellow who can only read digital time

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  6. I think they are both great – one for cognitive and the other for fine motor

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  7. These games seem to make learning fun which is the most important feature to me 🙂

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  8. Hand and eye coordination are really important for young minds and learning to tell time threw fun is a great concept.

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  9. Hand and eye coordination and counting are both skills that these games would help with!

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  10. I love games that actually make learning fun. It seems like anything when you are having fun, they soak it all in without even trying.

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  11. I love both of these games and know that my grandkids would also love them!

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  12. I think the clock is defin beneficial for obvious reasons, the Piggy game, would really help them with thinking and creating a plan, being strategic… hand and eye coordination! Super games thank you so much

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  13. These sound wonderful. I know my little one loves to count!

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  14. I think that the piggy game would help JJ with his coordination while still having fun. I think the other game would help with colors and numbers.

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  15. I really like the clock game, as learning to tell time is difficult for kids. I love that it incorporates colours and is wooden. And I really like the Piggy Pile Up. I can also see my daughter playing with it independently, which is so great for kids.

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  16. I think these are great, especially to help with learning to count.

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  17. I like that the Teach the Time game would help a variety of ages learn that skill. I can see my son and daughter both enjoying this and learning something from it. The Piggy Pile Up would be excellent for developing motor skills. Both look fun! Thanks.

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  18. I’ve been looking for games for my nephew to play! and EVERYone needs to know how to tell time. and maybe, just maybe he’d want to play that game without him wanting someone to do it for him

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  19. Getting familiar with a clock is a must! We have a similar clock game, and it’s definitely helped my kiddo learn about time! Piggy pile looks like a fun and silly game that would help with problem solving!

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  20. anything that keeps the littles learning and doing it in a fun way is great

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  21. I like both of them. I think they will encourage learning while playing

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  22. I think my daughter will love these and will help with concentration

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  23. I think both games are great, love that they both encourage learning while having fun.

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  24. My children would love this. So many benefits to these toys. Problem solving, counting, balance is exactly what I look for in a toy.

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  25. I think these games sound wonderful. They help with counting and concentration.

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  26. Any game which helps teach time is useful and Piggy Pile Up is great for placement thinking and motor skills.

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  27. The piggy game sounds really fun, and a great one to play with the grandchildren!

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