Monday, November 26, 2012

Top 10 Educational Wii Games

Top Ten Tuesday at Many Little Blessings

Christmas is officially 28 days away! Wow where has 2012 gone? Nintendo Wii seems to be a HOT gift item yet again. Did you know though that the Wii has many educational games that you can utilize in your homeschool?

1) Jump Start: Escape Adventure Island - a fun and educational game to help kids with reading and math skills.

2) Sesame Street: Cookie's Counting Carnival - this is a great game for younger kids under 7. Kids will work on math skills that include number identification, counting, shapes and pattern recognition.
3) Ultimate I Spy - one of our family favorites. This is a great brain booster game. In I Spy you seek and find various objects and solve riddles.
4) Reader Rabbit - this is a fabulous game for encouraging and building reading skills.
5) Smarty Pants - a fun trivia game for the entire family,
6) Sesame Street: and Elmo's A to Zoo Adventure - learn letters with Elmo. This game teaches a variety of literacy skills, including letter identification, letter sounds and word families.
7) Wii Resort - get in some Homeschool PE with Wii Resort. Yes your kids will get up and moving with these fun interactive games.
8) Create - a fun puzzle solving game that lets your imagination run wild.
9) Oregon Trail - this was one of my favorite games as a kid...except it wasn't nearly this cool. Travel and learn about the Oregon trail through some fun game playing.
10) My Word Coach - help improve your childs verbal communication and vocabulary in a fun way. There are six different exercises to choose between.

Many of these items are marked down for Cyber Monday so if you plan to buy a Wii or already have one make sure you snag some fun and educational games at these great prices!

Be sure to browse through all of our other Top 10 Posts!

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