# Best ds games for preschool kids

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Crafts, DIY projects, FREE crochet patterns, crock pot recipes and more! Before we had kids, my husband and I would eat out all the time and enjoyed our time together discovering new foods and restaurants. Now that we have two little boys, eating out isn’t so easy or enjoyable. We are now mostly limited to kid-friendly dining and even at the most kid-friendly restaurants, we are susceptible to melt downs, whining, crying, and restlessness among other things. I used to make these all the time when I was younger and they were always a camp favorite.

If you don’t know how to make one of these, HERE is a step by step tutorial. All you need is the kids menu and crayons. Colors go on the outside, numbers in the center, and a fortune on each of the 4 inside flaps. This is a restaurant table version of the old cups and balls magic trick. Take three of the same color sugar packet and a penny or small coin. Show you child which packet the coin is under and then quickly mix them up while they are watching. See if they can follow which sugar packet the penny is under and when you are done mixing, ask them where the penny is.

Make a fist with both hands and have your child guess which hand the object is in. My son likes to play this game on us! Straw and Sugar Packet Tic Tac Toe. Here is a fun way to play Tic Tac Toe. Use sets of two different color sugar packets as the markers for each team or player. When you are unwrapping your straws, scrunch the paper up. Lay it on the table and drip a drop of water on it.

Provide a descriptive word about what you see and let your child guess what it is. This is also called Capture the Squares. The object of the game is to connect dots to get as many squares as possible. Start by drawing a grid of dots and take turns connecting two dots at a time with a vertical or horizontal line.

When a person is able to finish a square, put your initial in it. When all dots become squares, count the initialed boxes and whoever has the most wins! Each time they find the letter, they can circle it. This seems too simple, but believe me, this kept my 3-year-old occupied for a good chunk of time and he really liked searching for each letter I called out. Arrange a group of objects together in the middle of the table. Tell your child to look closely at all the objects on the table then tell him to close his eyes.

Take an object away and see if your child can tell you which object is missing. We just like to make a paper football and enjoy flicking it around. To make the ball: Start by folding a piece of paper in half longways and fold the corner down into a triangle. Continue to fold down, making triangles until you get to the end of the paper.

I hope these games help you at your next meal out. Check out my 10 Airplane Travel Games for Kids for ideas on how to keep your little ones occupied during long flights. We also used to play hangman on the back of our placemats! I remember what little nightmares my brother and I were at restaurants.

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog the other day! That was really sweet of you to do so. I’d love to see the progress you are making on your scoreboard! I now know why you traced your stencils on your scoreboard. I attempted to paint over them and the paint smeared all over the place. I am going to have to do a lot of touch ups.