Funny and Playful Kindergarten Games

Funny and Playful Kindergarten Games That Promote Kindergarten Learning

Children laugh when they are doing playful and funny kindergarten games and laughter can stimulate both sides of the brain, increases learning and retention and breaks down communication barriers, and create a bond between people.

Children will roar with laughter when they hear, read, do or see something silly or funny.

1. Knock Knock Silly Stories To Promote Literacy Skills

This game requires more than one child to play and can develop rhyming and sequencing skills. Pair the children and ask them to pretend play as they think of something to say, pretend to knock on the door when saying Knock Knock and the other child putting their ear against an invisible door.
Knock Knock
Who’s there?
Susan who?
Susan, the crooked cat who caught a crooked mouse.

Knock Knock
Who’s there?
Peter who?
Peter, the knight riding on a white horse.

2. Reading To My Baby Toy

Children who play kindergarten games that encourage them to pretend to read during their early years are more likely to become successful readers. Provide the children with many opportunities to pretend to read, such as reading to their baby dolls. Find books with big prints and pictures and read to your child and later encourage them to read the same book to their favorite toys and you can also play lullaby music to set the mood.

3. What Will Papa Buy

To promote creativity and imagination skills.
Sing this nursery rhyme and encourage the children to think about what Papa will buy for the baby.

Hush, a little baby, don’t say a word;
Papa’s going to buy you a mocking bird.
If the mocking bird won’t sing,
Papa’s going to buy you a diamond ring.

After you have sung this rhyme, challenge the children to sing the same rhyme but replace “diamond ring” with something else.

Children will enjoy these kindergarten games as they are delightful and fun to play with and provides the foundation for language development in their early years.