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  • Little Hands Playing Card Holder

    Little Hands Playing Card Holder

    $6.99

    When you’re playing card games with your child, this card holder is a must have for little hands. Your child can hold it to see their cards, or they can set the holder down on the table for a break. This particular card holder has stood the test of time, as opposed to other card holders we’ve tried!

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

  • Sleeping Queens Deluxe: Card Game for Kids

    Sleeping Queens

    $11.99$13.99

    Of all our favorite games, this is our number one go-to of all-time. The rules are simple enough for even young kids to understand, but the game still keeps everyone on their toes. We never get tired of this one! Plus, you can play a whole game in about 10 minutes. Perfect for getting in a dose of family connection before sending your child off to bed.

    Age Range: 4 and up
    Time to Play: 10-15 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-5

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

  • Spot It! Classic: Card Game for Kids

    Spot It!

    $9.99$12.99

    This matching game is deceptively simple, so it’s perfect for all ages from young kids to adults. Don’t be surprised if your child regularly beats you to a match in this game! Plus, you can finish a game in as little as 10 minutes, so it’s a quick way to connect with your child at the end of a busy day.

    Age Range: 3 and up for Jr Animals and 123; 5 and up for Classic
    Time to Play: 10-20 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-8

    Ships to U.S. only. Outside the U.S., get Classic, 123, or Jr Animals.

  • Stack Up! Game for Kids

    Stack Up!

    $19.95

    This stacking game is a bit like Jenga, except it’s a cooperative game where all the players work together towards a common goal. Cooperative games like this are great for building teamwork skills, especially for younger kids. Even if the tower topples and you “lose” this game, kids still giggle like mad because knocking stuff over is funny!

    Age Range: 3 and up
    Time to Play: 15 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-6

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

  • Sale! Sequence for Kids: Game for Kids

    Sequence for Kids

    $15.99

    This is the classic Sequence game but for young kids. No reading required! And the best part is that after playing this game a couple times, you’ll notice your child start thinking ahead a couple turns instead of just playing the second they find a match. For kids who are learning the alphabet, be sure to check out the Sequence Letters edition for an educational (but fun!) game.

    Age Range: 3-6 (Sequence for Kids) or 4-7 (Sequence Letters)
    Time to Play: 20 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-4

    Ships to U.S. only. Outside the U.S., get Sequence for Kids here or Sequence Letters here.

  • Outfoxed: Board Game for Kids

    Outfoxed!

    $17.99

    This game is like Clue but for younger kids – and yet still fun for adults too. A fox stole a pot pie, and you have to figure out which fox it was before they escape into the foxhole. My kids regularly play this cooperative whodunnit game independently, and I love watching them work together as a team to solve the mystery. This is a fun little game to build your child’s logic and deductive reasoning skills!

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

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

  • Sale! Gobblet Gobblers: Game for Kids

    Gobblet Gobblers

    $24.99

    This game is like tic-tac-toe with a twist. Just like in tic-tac-toe, you line up three of your pieces to win. But in this game, your piece can also gobble up another person’s piece (or even your own piece) because the game pieces are like nesting dolls. Say goodbye to boring ol’ tic-tac-toe! Bonus: Your child won’t even realize they’re building critical thinking, memory skills, and spatial awareness skills while having fun. Read more »

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

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

  • Create a Story: Fairy Tale Mix-Up: Game for Kids

    Create a Story Cards

    $13.99

    This simple card game is a great way to foster your child’s imagination and build literacy skills. The game has several variations, but our favorite is this: Each player takes turns picking a random card. The first person starts a story with “Once upon a time…” and then on the next turn, the next person uses their card as inspiration to add to the story. The stories we come up with as a family always leave us giggling!

    Age Range: 3 and up
    Time to Play: 5-15 minutes
    Number of Players: 2 or more

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

  • Hoot Owl Hoot: Game for Kids

    Hoot Owl Hoot

    $16.95

    In this fun 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!

    Age Range: 3 and up
    Time to Play: 15 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-4

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

  • Sale! Sushi Go: Card Game for Kids

    Sushi Go

    $12.99

    In this fun card game, you pick one card from your hand to keep for yourself, then pass your cards to the next person. Everyone keeps doing this until all cards are picked, then you score points based on which cards you kept. This is one of our favorite games for the whole family because it’s so quick. My kids will happily sit and play this one for an hour or more!

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

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

  • My First Carcassonne: Board Game for Kids

    My First Carcassonne

    $34.99

    Whereas some board games for kids are all luck and no strategy, this game gives younger kids a fun introduction to thinking strategically. Plus, this game is actually fun for parents to play with kids! You’ll give your own brain a quick and fun puzzle, and you’ll build your child’s spatial intelligence at the same time.

    Age Range: 4 and up
    Time to Play: 10-20 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-4

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

  • Ticket to Ride: First Journey - Board Game for Kids

    Ticket to Ride: First Journey

    $34.99

    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! This game is simple enough for younger kids but still challenging enough for the whole family to enjoy.

    Age Range: 6 and up
    Time to Play: 15-30 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-4

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

  • Dragonwood: Board Game for Kids

    Dragonwood

    $14.99

    In this game, you recruit adventurers to go off on quests and battle magical creatures. Your child will build their strategic thinking skills and get lots of math practice, but they won’t even realize it because they’ll be having so much fun. An excellent game for the whole family!

    Age Range: 7 and up
    Time to Play: 20 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-4

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

  • 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.

  • The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game for Kids

    The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game

    $22.99

    This makes a great first board game for young kids because it doesn’t require a lot of strategy, it’s quick to play, and the game rules are easy to understand. Plus, the artwork is adorable! But here’s my favorite aspect of this game: Kids can easily play this independently while you sneak a catnap on the couch.

    Age Range: 3 and up
    Time to Play: 15 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-4

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

  • Sale! Qwirkle: Game for Kids

    Qwirkle

    $17.95$26.95

    This game is simple enough for beginners but challenging enough for adults, so it’s the perfect fit when you need a game that will work for all ages. Your child will have fun while practicing math and building strategy skills at the same time. Qwirkle also comes in a compact travel version, so we keep it in our suitcase and take it with us wherever we travel as a family!

    Age Range: 5 and up
    Time to Play: 30-45 minutes
    Number of Players: 2-4

    Ships to U.S. only. Outside the U.S., get Qwirkle here or Travel Qwirkle here.