Numbers and cheese game idea from the Groß family
Age: From 4 years
Players: 1 child or more
What do you need?
The Käselino (or another threading game), a number dice and small stickers
How is it played?
To prepare for the game, small dots with the numbers on the dice are glued over the cheese holes.
Then the dice are rolled: Depending on the number of points, the mouse has to eat its way through the correspondingly marked cheese hole with the appropriate number of points.
A child rolls the dice until the threading cord is too short to continue threading. Then it is the turn of the next child (if there are several players).
Variant 1: instead of the dots with the numbers on the dice, digits are sticked over the holes.
What is promoted?
Numerical understanding, hand-eye coordination, motor skills