||Table games are very popular in Taiwan in recent years, it is a game activity, also it is a good learning materials. It allows us to cultivate emotional understanding with friends and stimulates thinking to add more fun to life. In fact, table games are very popular around the world, especially in Germany. In the age of the Internet, researchers is expected to integrate table games into early childhood classes, to observing the impact of sustained attention. The cultivation of concentration is very important in the early childhood, if we can reduce contact with 3C products and increase people-to-people interaction, it is believed to be helpful in concentration. We look forward to use this research as a reference material for parents and kindergarten teachers, to make table games a preschool educational materials. Children can use their brains and hands at same time to improve thinking and language expression and to stimulate children’s learning motivation. This research is based on the theory of toddler games, by selecting suitable table games for toddlers, allow toddlers to have direct physical contacts and feelings throughout the learning process. Through easy-to-understand rules, children's willingness to actively participate increases, the learning ability will also increase, then adding new knowledge or game skills will do more with less.
Research subjects were three young children Xiao Hong （a pseudonym）, Xiao Huang （a pseudonym）, and Xiao Lan （a pseudonym） who were studying in one of the kindergarten of New Taipei City. The subjects were studied through 8 lessons, pre- and after-school focus tests and interviews. With this research we learned: First, using different types of table games adding into the curriculum we can observe the children's participation is high. Second, after adding the table games into the curriculum, the impact on the effectiveness of the child's sustained attention on learning is positive and observable. Third, throughout the process of adding table games into curriculum, researcher through parent-teacher interviews to help understand the situation of children, also helps to find learning strategies and methods that are suitable for children, allow children to internalize the behavior of sustained attention, increasingly, to apply this technique to other learning and work.