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I taught Kiddo how to play Solitaire and now there is no going back.
He loves it.
Now if he could just learn to shuffle the cards by himself…
I have a solution. Let him play solitaire on the computer. No shuffling required :D.
I suppose that is true, but we limit computer games and working with the cards is good for developing motor skills and visual-spatial awareness — much more beneficial for kids who need help with sensory issues.
And I also admit to being old-fashioned about some things.
I was thinking the same, but there is something tactile about the real solitaire.
I recently taught my grandson this game, I don’t know how often he plays, but when I am there I usually play a game or two and I have helpers (his sister too). It is nice because he can play when “there is nothing to do”. I have been playing a lot more too. It teaches many things, including how to keep oneself busy.
Yup, one of my favorite things about solitaire is that he can play it without me.
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