WHERE WAS IT?
A simple game that develops and practices memory, spatial perception and, above all, prepositions. Rules: we place pictures in the space in all sorts of positions (on the table, under the chair, between the cups ...) The child's task is to remember where what is. Then you ask the child questions - for example "where was the butterfly?". The child should answer the whole sentence to get a point. The game can also be played in groups that compete with each other. If children are just learning prepositions, it is always more effective to use real objects, as in this game, than just in 2D.