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Playfully Empowering: Joyful Activities curated for children with Down Syndrome!

Below is the list of fun games and activities designed for children with Down Syndrome that can engage and boost confidence, bringing smiles to their faces!

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Aditi Nag
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Children are often regarded as the 'forms of God,' and bringing smiles to their faces is truly precious. Among them are children with special abilities. When discussing children with Down Syndrome, a question often arises: What is Down Syndrome? Down Syndrome is a condition where a person develops an extra chromosome, caused by a random error in cell division known as Genetic Chromosome 21 disorder. It results in delays in both intellectual and physical development in the human body.

This article aims to explore how we can joyfully encourage and foster confidence in children with Down Syndrome. Below, you'll find a list of fun games to discover, so keep scrolling!

1. Perfection board by Hasbro Gaming:

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A game that is racing against the clock Perfection Board by Hasbro Gaming is an exciting puzzle game in which we have to fit the shapes into their matching holes before time is up and pop the pieces. It helps children in brain development and learning shapes comprising practice, finding and placing them perfectly.

2. Beads and String Games by Toyshine: 

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Children with Down Syndrome face difficulties in daily chores as they have webbed hands and can opt for Beads and String Games by Toyshine. It elevates fine motor skills in children which means that it helps children to be able to do activities of daily living more independently.

3. Straw Assembling Games by Mayne Learning Adventures:

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Such games like Straw Assembling Games by Mayne Learning Adventures help strengthen a baby's sensory, motor, and hand and eye coordination skills different colours, various, shapes, and unique designs can develop recognition ability.

4. Building Block Games by HRK:

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Effective learning comprises both visuals and physical development so Building Block Games by HRK elevates sensory, gross and fine motor activities. 

5. Fun With Foam (no mess stickers) by Junior Billionaire:

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Taking stickers off is as tricky as putting them on. This accelerates fine motor skills. Fun With Foam (no mess stickers) by Junior Billionaire is designed to engage children in independent creative play and help develop such skills. 

6. Dominoes by Trinkets & More:

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Dominoes are small rectangular tiles, perfect to help boost cognitive and creative development in children. Games like Dominoes by Trinkets & More help in the concentration of various other development skills.

7. Skillofun-My First Learning Puzzle Front & Back by Little Amigos Nest:

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Puzzle develops intellectual skills and helps the child to concentrate. Skillofun-My First Learning Puzzle Front & Back by Little Amigos Nest is good for hand & eye coordination and logical thinking.

8. Sequencing Puzzle by Intelliskills What Comes Next Puzzles Sequencing Puzzle:

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Sequencing puzzles enhance skills in children. Puzzles by Intelliskills What Comes Next Puzzles teaches your child to sequence concepts, data, and actions. It also helps in understanding transitions and organizing a series of events into a logical order.

9. Fun with Clay by AP KIDS Crazy Dough Clay Art Game:

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Due to the webbed hands, children aren't able to perform daily chores. AP KIDS Crazy Dough Clay Art Game helps them to knead the dough, roll it with a rolling pin, squash dough balls, squeeze it through their fingers, and push items into the dough with a full hand or with a pointing finger are all great ways to work your child’s fine motor and hand skills.  

 

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