Sequence for Kids
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
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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.
From the Manufacturer
Sequence for Kids: It’s the classic game of Sequence made just for kids! Play an animal card from your hand, and place your chip on the corresponding animal on the board. Wild cards add excitement to the game – use a unicorn card to place your chip anywhere, or use a dragon card to remove an opponent’s chip. The first player with four chips in a row wins! This exciting strategy game helps develop logical thinking skills. Reading is not required to play.
Sequence Letters: Kids will have fun playing the great game of Sequence while learning the letters of the alphabet! Players sound out the letter on their cards, match it to the beginning sound of a picture on the game board, and then place a chip there. Each card features a letter of the alphabet in upper and lower case. Colored squares on the cards and game board help with faster recognition. When you have 4 of your chips in a row, you’ve got a Sequence! Dot your ‘i’s’ and cross your ‘t’s’…it’s the way to learn your ABC’s!
WARNING: Choking Hazard – Contains small parts not suitable for children under 3 years.
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|Dimensions||10.5 × 10.5 × 2.25 in|
3-6 (Sequence for Kids) or 4-7 (Sequence Letters)
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Sequence for Kids, Sequence Letters
This board game is fun for littles and bigs! I have four sons that range from the ages of 3-10. We sat down this morning and played it once and the 8 year old was saying, "Let's play it again. This is fun!" Since this game matches animals, younger children can work on their matching skills, vocabulary, and number skills since they need to get 4 chips in a row. The older children can work on strategy and how they can win the game using the free spaces, defense, or offense. This game is a keeper, and I love that it allows all four of my boys to play together. :) It's hard to find games like that.
Even though this game is geared for littles (3-6 year olds), older children can play it too. There are only 4 sets of chips, so if my husband and I want to play, either him or I would just partner up with the youngest boys. I would recommend this game to anyone that wants to help their child learn vocabulary and/or math skills as well as if you want to just have fun!
Katie Greenwood –
We have the Kids version and the Letters version. I love that it teaches strategy while watching the other players moves on the board. Great game for groups of kids.
This is hands down the best beginner's board game we bought - my kid throughly enjoyed it from age 4 to 6. It primarily teaches strategy, and how to think a few steps ahead (of your opponent). It's lots of fun for adults as well.
Ellen Welch –
This is a fun game. My 6 year old has not learned strategy yet but has fun playing it. She will eventually figure out how to block and use both sides of the board to her advantage. I like it as it will grow with her.
This board game is great because children don't have to read to start playing. It is almost as easy as tic tac toe but 1000x more fun! Sequence for Kids is great for teaching colors and spatial awareness and logical thinking and animals and math, all while having fun! We have loved this game for years and frequently give it as a gift!
Milain Chevallier –
I bought this when my kids were little. It was a hit from day one! Even though they are 13 and 17 now, Sequence remains in our rotation of games which makes me happy. It's truly a game for all ages.
This is a great intro game for little kids to teach taking turns, strategy, and working with a partner. It's easy to learn and fun to play!
Tanya Gehrig –
Our kiddos are 4 and 6 and we love playing this game as a family! They are learning the strategy of the game and love to block others along the way! We love to pull this one out on family game nights!
One of our favorite family games! Love how it teaches them to problem solve, think ahead, and work with a partner. Even my 3 year old helps find the pictures for each turn!
Pengoloo, Spot It, and Sequence for Kids are all games we love!
The game we have enjoyed playing most with our 4yr old daughter is Sequence for Kids. We loved it so much that she wanted to purchase one for her friend for Christmas. :)
Mo Meehan –
I have taught preschool for three decades, and playing card games and board games for enrichment has been a staple in my classrooms...Uno and Sequence for Kids remain favorites with my grandkids, and they are way beyond preschool. The only 2 games I refuse to play are Candyland and Chutes and Ladders. Long live board games!
Lots of fun for little kids to play. Sequence for Kids is a great way to teach strategy and turn taking. Of course, with cards involved, there's a lot of chance, but things quickly get exciting when the cards come up for removing/adding a card to any space. A great addition to family game night with little to medium kiddos.