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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Kingdomino: Board Game for Kids

    Kingdomino

    $21.99

    This is an incredibly fun twist on the classic game of dominoes. It’s simple to learn, quick to play, and challenging enough to keep adults coming back too. And when you play with your child, you’ll build their strategic thinking and problem-solving skills, all while having a great time together!

    Age Range: 6 and up
    Time to Play: 15-20 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-4

    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.

  • Sale! Here, Kitty, Kitty: Board Game for Kids

    Here, Kitty, Kitty!

    $24.95

    In this game, your neighborhood is overrun with stray kittens, and your goal is to collect as many as possible before your neighbors claim the adorable kitties first. You can lure cats to your yard, move cats into your house, and even steal cats from your neighbors. An adorable and fun game for the whole family!

    Age Range: 7 and up
    Time to Play: 30 minutes
    Number of Players: 3-6

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

  • Sale! Carcassonne: Board Game for Kids

    Carcassonne

    $36.99

    Whereas some family board games are all luck and no strategy, this game gives kids a fun introduction to thinking strategically. To play, you place tiles to build streets in the city of Carcassonne, so the road-building aspect is fantastic for growing spatial intelligence. Fun for kids and parents!

    Age Range: 7 and up
    Time to Play: 30-45 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-5

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

  • Sale! Ticket to Ride: Board Game for Kids

    Ticket to Ride

    $49.99

    In this game, your goal is to figure out the best routes to travel across America by train. Not only will your child learn strategy and geography, but they’ll have a blast too. In fact, this game is so much fun that my husband and I love to play it after the kids are in bed, just the two of us!

    Age Range: 8 and up
    Time to Play: 30-60 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-5

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

  • Sale! Crossing: Board Game for Kids

    Crossing

    $22.49

    In this quick game, kids love trying to collect as many gemstones as possible, and the strategy aspect of the game is enough to keep adult players on their toes too. On each turn, all players make their moves at the same time, and actions have consequences. Good, quick fun for a wide range of ages!

    Age Range: 6 and up
    Time to Play: 15 minutes
    Number of Players: 3-6

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

  • Word on the Street Junior: Board Game for Kids

    Word on the Street Junior

    $27.99

    This game is like tug-of-war – but with letters. Some kids’ board games touted as “educational” are so focused on the learning aspects that they’ve sucked all the fun out of the game. But not this one. Kids and adults both love it! If you enjoy word games like Scrabble but your child isn’t yet ready for those, you need this one.

    Age Range: 6 and up
    Time to Play: 30 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-8

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

  • Taco Cat Goat Cheese Pizza: Card Game for Kids

    Taco Cat Goat Cheese Pizza

    $9.99

    This twist on Slapjack is easy to learn, quick to play, and packed with silliness. Kids love the cards where you have to act something out before you slap the deck, like the gorilla card where you have to beat your chest like a gorilla. The game is also enough of a mental challenge that teens and adults get caught up in it, too. Fun for the whole family!

    Age Range: 6 and up
    Time to Play: 10-30 minutes
    Number of Players: 3-8

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

  • Rhino Hero: Board Game for Kids

    Rhino Hero

    $14.99

    In this card-stacking game, you take turns adding more levels to a skyscraper and try to avoid knocking the whole building down. While you play, you’ll help develop your child’s fine motor skills and spatial intelligence, plus encourage patience and strategic thinking as they plan ahead to keep the tower from tumbling down. This game is simple and quick but still a challenge, even for adults!

    Age Range: 5 and up
    Time to Play: 5-15 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-4

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

  • Sale! 7 Wonders: Board Game for Kids and Families

    7 Wonders

    $49.99

    This is the ultimate strategy game. Your goal is to develop your city’s civilization and build the Wonders of the World. The game takes just 30 to 40 minutes, it’s incredibly fun for kids and adults, and every game delivers a fresh challenge. My husband and I love this so much, we often play it after the kids are in bed too!

    Age Range: 8 and up
    Time to Play: 30-40 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-7

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

  • Sale! Trash Pandas: Card Game for Kids

    Trash Pandas

    $11.99

    This quick card game has a “press your luck” element that most kids love. The more cards you collect and stash for safekeeping, the more points you get. But if you push your luck and keep rolling the dice, you could lose everything. Trash Pandas is easy to learn, plus it delivers a bonus lesson on probability!

    Age Range: 6 and up
    Time to Play: 15-20 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-4

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

  • Sale! Pandemic: Board Game for Kids

    Pandemic

    $39.99

    In this game, you work together to stop deadly diseases from running rampant across the world. This has always been one of our all-time favorite board games for the whole family, and lately it’s also helped my kids work through some of their anxieties about the current real-life pandemic.

    Age Range: 7 and up
    Time to Play: 45 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-4

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

  • Quiddler: Card Game for Families

    Quiddler

    $12.99

    If you enjoy word games, this is the perfect fit because it’s 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. For kids ages 6 to 7, consider Quiddler Junior instead.

    Age Range: 8 and up
    Time to Play: 30 minutes
    Number of Players: 1-8

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

  • Queendomino: Board Game for Kids

    Queendomino

    $31.99

    This twist on the classic game of dominoes builds on the world of Kingdomino in a standalone game. It’s simple to learn and challenging enough to keep adults coming back too. And when you play with your child, you’ll build their strategic thinking and problem-solving skills, all while having a great time together!

    Age Range: 6 and up
    Time to Play: 25-30 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-4; combine with Kingdomino for up to 6 players

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