Letter cheese game idea from the Groß family
Age: From 5 years
Players: 1 child or more
What do you need?
The Käselino (or another threading game) and small stickers
How is it played?
In preparation for the game, small small stickers with the letters of the child's (or children's) name are stuck over the cheese holes.
The child follows the letters of his name in the right order with the mouse and eats his way through the cheese. Of course, other names or terms can also be glued and threaded.
Variant 1: Instead of the individual letters, syllables can also be glued (MA - MI - MU - LO - LU -Ei ect).
What is promoted?
Language comprehension, hand-eye coordination, motor skills