Not only does it offer appealing animal characters, a spacious game board, and action-packed fun, but the logistics of the game also encourage teamwork.
Best suited for small kids, but adults report having fun playing along with them. Rare complaints of pieces breaking and the game board peeling.
An exciting game that takes children down paths filled with candy on a race to the finish. Plays similarly to the classic version enjoyed by kids for several decades.
Some parents gripe that they don't like the new graphics, but more rave about the fun they have playing the game with their kids.
The classic skill game that keeps players on edge as they attempt to "operate" without setting off the buzzer. Exciting and challenging fun for kids and adults; accommodates numerous players.
A bit too difficult for young kids to master – takes a steady hand and focused concentration. A few reports of missing pieces upon arrival.
A cute game with a unique concept – players have to return "home" when they get wet when doggie shakes. Ideal for young kids – keeps them eagerly awaiting doggie's next move.
May not be challenging or interesting for older kids. Not much water comes off the doggie when he shakes, but this may be a plus for parents hoping to keep messes to a minimum.
Strategy is the object of this game, and helps kids learn to focus and concentrate. Easy to learn, but challenging to master. Ideal for kids age 7 and older.
Small pieces feel cheaply made, and get lost easily – some owners wish it came with a case to keep track of all the components.
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Board games may change, but they never go out of style, especially for kids. Kids’ board games range from updated versions of classic games that have been around for decades to brand new games kids love just as much. Games for younger kids often focus on simple skills like counting, matching colors, and teamwork. Games for older kids have more complicated rules, may require a steadier hand, or may require higher level thinking skills. Some kids’ games even have interactive features, such as parts of the game that move or make sound. Whether you choose a simple classic game or a more involved new game, board games are always a great gift.