Childrens Board Games

Kids games refer to games whose intended audience ranges from 3-8 years of age. What is great about most of these games is that people of all ages will enjoy them.

The mechanics of the games usually offer some sort of education value whether it is a dexterity challenge, pattern recognition, or just helping the budding gamer learn the process and consequences of decision making, these games produce a lot in a short period of time.

These are fun for both child and adult!

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Catch the Match

atch the Match is an eye-catching, pattern recognition game. There are 15 cards that each have the same 15 objects. Each object is different and is in different colors and various locations on the cards. Any two cards always have one (and only one) object that is exactly identical in color.

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Flea Circus

It’s a wild time under the Big Top as dogs and cats race from one show to the next. Players use their best Flea Circus acts to attract the most cats and dogs.

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Froggy Boogie

The Fun Memory Race Around the Pond!

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Gopher it!

Each player is gathering a stock for the wintertime. The goal is to collect exactly six apples or exactly six carrots or exactly six nuts and to place them face up for safe storage. Each player who does this receives a card with a Gopher Trophy.

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Monkey Memeory

A gang of monkeys have broken out of the zoo and stolen a whole pile of items from the zoo’s visitors! After all of the items are recovered, one is still missing. Keep your eyes sharp, because a different item will be lost each round.

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Number Chase

Figure out the the mystery number that has been chosen before your opponents do!

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As Sherlock goes around and searches the clues, every player tries to remember each of the eight objects hidden in a face-down circle of cards. Then, Sherlock travels from one card to another. Each time Sherlock stops at a face-down card, the player has to remember which object is on that card.

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Sleeping Queens

Imagine a place where there’s a queen of all pancakes, a king of cookies and a pack of over-protective dragons… If this sounds like something out of a dream, it actually is! Sleeping Queens was invented by 6-year-old Miranda Evarts, who thought up the game one night when she couldn’t fall asleep.

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Spot It!

There is always one, and only one, matching symbol between any 2 cards in this party game.

Spot it and you win!

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The Dog’s Meow

The Dog’s Meow is a quick reaction game of backwards thinking!

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Trading Faces

In Trading Faces, players quickly swap Emotion Cards until one has three of a kind. Then, that player makes the expression on the matching cards, only using their face! Guess correctly to win points. Will you be happy or surprised with your guess?

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Word on the Street Junior

Word on the Street Junior uses the same game play as 2009’s Word on the Street: Players are presented with a category, choose a word that fits that category, then move the letters in that word toward their side of the street.