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  • Yeti in My Spaghetti: Board Game for Kids

    Yeti in My Spaghetti

    $17.99

    In this fun little game, you take turns pulling out one piece of spaghetti from the pile. If the yeti on top of the spaghetti falls during your turn, you lose. Giggles guaranteed! This game helps develop your child’s executive functioning skills when they learn to be patient and pull the spaghetti out slowly.

    Age Range: 3 and up
    Time to Play: 5-15 minutes
    Number of Players: 1 or more

    Ships to U.S. only. Outside the U.S., get it here.

  • Animal Upon Animal: Board Game for Kids

    Animal Upon Animal

    $24.99

    This is a stacking game like Jenga but way more fun for younger kids. This game develops your child’s executive functioning skills as they learn they’ll need to be patient and use creative problem-solving in order to get their animals to stack without falling down. But even when the stack does come crashing down? Giggles all around.

    Age Range: 3 and up
    Time to Play: 10-15 minutes
    Number of Players: 1-4

    Ships to U.S. only. Outside the U.S., get it here.

  • Orchard: Board Game for Kids

    Orchard

    $49.99

    In this cooperative game, all the players work together towards a common goal, which is perfect for younger kids who don’t always grasp competitive tactics. Your child will build teamwork skills, practice strategic thinking, and have fun – all at the same time. This is one of our all-time favorites, and it’s made to last!

    Age Range: 3 and up
    Time to Play: 10 minutes
    Number of Players: 1-8

    Ships to U.S. only. Outside the U.S., get it here.

  • My First Castle Panic: Game for Kids

    My First Castle Panic

    $19.95

    Castle Panic is one of my family’s absolute favorite board games for the whole family, and this is the variation for younger kids. This is a cooperative game, so you work together to fight off a horde of monsters who are trying to tear down your castle walls and destroy your towers. It sure is fun to work together as a family towards a common goal that doesn’t involve loading the dishwasher!

    Age Range: 3 and up
    Time to Play: 20 minutes
    Number of Players: 1-4

    Ships to U.S. only. Outside the U.S., get it here.

  • Castle Panic: Game for Kids

    Castle Panic

    $35.00

    This is one of my family’s absolute favorite board games for the whole family. This is a cooperative game, so you work together to fight off a horde of monsters who are trying to tear down your castle walls and destroy your towers. It sure is fun to work together as a family towards a common goal that doesn’t involve loading the dishwasher!

    Age Range: 7 and up
    Time to Play: 45-60 minutes
    Number of Players: 1-6

    Ships to U.S. only. Outside the U.S., get it here.

  • SET: Card Game for Kids

    SET

    $12.99

    This fast-paced card game will give your child’s brain a workout – and yours too! To play, you compare patterns on the cards and find a SET of three cards before anyone else does. The shapes are deceptively simple, and finding a SET is challenging enough to keep adults on their toes too. Fun for the whole family!

    Age Range: 5 and up
    Time to Play: 20-30 minutes
    Number of Players: 1 or more

    Ships to U.S. only. Outside the U.S., get it here.

  • Life on Earth: Memory + Matching Game for Kids

    Life on Earth Memory + Matching Game

    $17.99

    No game collection is complete without a memory game, and this edition is the only one worth keeping around. The thick pieces are perfect to prevent bending or ripping by younger kids, and the artwork is gorgeous so older kids still look forward to playing. A beautiful, classic brain puzzle for all ages!

    Age Range: 3 and up
    Time to Play: 10-20 minutes
    Number of Players: 1 or more

    Ships to U.S. only. Outside the U.S., get it here.

  • Quiddler Junior: Card Game for Kids

    Quiddler Junior

    $12.99

    This is one of those rare educational games for kids that’s actually fun for kids and adults. Teachers rave about this card game because not only will your child improve their spelling and build their vocabulary, but they’ll also practice math skills when adding up their points. All while having fun!

    Age Range: 6 and up
    Time to Play: 20-40 minutes
    Number of Players: 1-6

    Ships to U.S. only. Outside the U.S., get it here.