I’m sure you probably have the same fond childhood memories of playing the Let’s Go Fishing Game that help’s children learn colors.. While it may not be the exact same version and brand that we played with as a child this game still has its charm. In this kids toy review you can watch the kids toy videos or look at the images to get a closer look at what this game is like for children to play. It is a perfect addition to fun family game night activities and is a wonderful toddler game for learning colors activities.
Let’s Go Fishing Game
My children love this game as much as I loved it as a child. It is timeless, that’s for sure. Plus they learn colors and work on their counting. I previously posted a list of the best games for families to play together. Let’s Go Fishing should definitely be included as one of the best toddler board games ever! Not only does my preschooler and elementary aged child enjoy it, I too, as an adult LOVE the game.
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You can find the Let’s Go Fishing Game here. At that price point, I’m not too concerned with quality. If it breaks, I’ll get another one… but surprisingly, it has lasted well over 6 months and it is still going strong as can be seen by the video below.
Ways to encourage more learning:
- Call out the number of fish each person caught.
- Attach points to fish of different colors. Then add up your points. You can work on math by attaching a point system for each specific color. Like 5 points for blue and 2 points for orange.
- Talk about colors – Which color fish did you catch?
- Work on vocabulary words: More than and less than. How many more did you catch? Ask them to figure out who had more fish and how many more or less did each person have.
The Activity In Pictures:
This is a perfect educational toys for kids because it is so much of fun and includes a lot of play opportunities.
If you are looking for more fun ways to use kids toys then check out how to create a sensory bin with your child’s toys. Also, check out the fun learning shapes and colors activities using toys at home.