1. Make your own monster! Awake your child's creativity with this awesome game! Give him a piece of paper and have him draw his own monster with as many arms/eyes/legs as they want. They can color it afterwards and give it a name. When he's done ask him how many arms/eyes/legs does his monster have. By engaging in fun activities like this one, kids learn faster and more efficiently!
2. Simon says: This classic game is perfect for your kids to learn about the body parts! All that you need is for one of you to be Simon and tell the other ones what to do, giving them simple instructions such as ''Simon says: touch your knees'', and the rest have to do as told, unless Simon gives a command without using the phrase ''Simon says'' at the beginning. in this case the one who does the action loses. This is a great game to reinforce vocabulary and also to improve mental alertness in kids.
3. Clothes and body parts: Get to the next level by combining body parts with clothes vocabulary. On a piece of paper draw pieces of clothing on one side and the body parts on which they are worn on the other side, also write the names of both the body parts and the clothing items. Have your child match the clothing item with the corresponding body part.