Everyone’s favorite matching and problem-solving puzzle game, Rush Hour, has been redesigned for preschoolers. The object is to match vehicles to shapes on the grid. In this single-player game, explore 30 different game boards ranging from easy, medium, and hard to continue to challenge yourself.
Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game with the 10th Birthday Edition. Celebrate with new celebratory packaging, soft, fuzzy Sneaky Squeezers, and golden acorns. Preschoolers will enjoy playing this award-winning Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game. It’s a game that involves strategy, and it teaches matching, sorting, strategic thinking, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and handwriting skills. Spin the spinner, squeeze the matching colored acorn and put it in your log. Be the first to fill your log with 5 acorns to win!
Who doesn’t love popping bubbles? The Push Pops Bubble Fidget Sensory toy delivers the ultimate sensory experience. It includes a set of 3 bubble popping silicon sensory squares to pop until your heart’s content. It’s a real stress-reliever and great for keeping you calm during the pandemic or anytime. The best part? They’re reusable so the poppin’ fun never stops!
Candy Land is the perfect board game for 3 year olds. What could be better than gingerbread pieces and pretty colors everywhere? Since the entire game is color-coded, it is very easy to understand the rules. You don’t even have to read the instructions. The best part? This is a fun classic game worth adding to your collection.
Preschoolers will enjoy playing this award-winning Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game. It’s a game that involves strategy and it will teaches matching, sorting, strategic thinking, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and handwriting skills. Spin the spinner, squeeze the matching colored acorn and put it in your log. If you’re the first to fill your log with acorns, you win!
Does he love destroying things? Don’t let the Penguin fall! In Don’t Break the Ice, kids take turns poking out blocks of ice with a mallet while trying to keep the penguin from falling through the ice. Set up is easy. Place all the ice blocks into the frame and you are ready to play. Because it teaches how to take turns and builds fine motor skills, it’s a great game for younger players.
Zingo is a fun twist on the game of bingo. It’s a great game to introduce 3 year olds to the idea of taking turns and following simple rules. The Zinger machine dispenses out the little picture chips. Since it uses pictures, no reading is required. It does encourage kids to learn how to read as the picture helps to reinforce the word on the card. The player that matches all the pictures on their card has to yell “Zingo.”
Hey Ma, there is a Yeti In My Spaghetti. This simple board game can bring hours of entertainment for the whole family. The board is shaped like a bowl. The little Yeti character sits on top of the crisscrossing plastic noodle pieces. Players take turns removing one noodle at a time. Watch out! One wrong move and the Yeti will fall into the bowl.
Memory is a great game for learning how to take turns, language, and recollection. What happens when you combine the fun of matching with superheroes? You get the Marvel Matching Game. The Marvel Matching Game is the classic game of memory with a fun superhero twist. Characters include everybody from Spider-Man to Captain America. There are four cards for each character. Kids will love matching their favorite Marvel characters.
Roll and Play is really designed to be your child’s first board game. It comes with a giant soft color dice. The fun part is throwing the dice on the floor and seeing what color it will land on. Depending on the color that it lands on, kids have to pick up the same colored card from the stack of cards. The card will ask your little one to do all sorts of fun stuff like “sing a song.”
Hoot Owl Hoot! is a great game to play with 3 year olds. It is a cooperative game that teaches kids how to work together in a team. Players are given color coded cards, which allow them to move the owls across the board. On each turn, players play a card and draw a new card. If players draw a sun card, the sun will move. The idea of the game is to get the owls to their nest before the sun gets to the end and comes up.
This might be the most adorable game ever. A little bunny rabbit sits on top of a hill. Kids have to steal his carrots by spinning the spinner. The cool part? When one of the carrots is plucked, the bunny will jump high in the air. The player that catches him wins the game.
In Busytown families will race around town solving mysteries and finding hidden objects. The game promotes teamwork and kids learn matching skills as well as object identification.
Everybody has played Chutes & Ladders. This classic version of the game is sure to bring back a lot of old memories. Little ones will learn basic counting skills as they try to avoid the chutes and climb up the ladders. The first one to the top wins the game.
Don’t Step In It! from Hasbro Games is a pooped-themed game involving clay-like poop substance. The poop is scattered around the play area. Kids take turns spinning the spinner to determine how many steps to take. The catch? Kids are blindfolded and – you guessed it – they have to avoid stepping in the poop!
Families will love playing Tell Tale’s Card Game because it inspires creativity. Families will be encouraged to create stories based on various illustrations. The game offers unlimited possibilities and can be played by up to 8 players.
Building something is a lot of fun, but tearing it down is even more fun. In Build Or Boom, two players race to complete a structure on a blueprint card. The twist? When somebody completes the structure, they press the dynamite to blow up their opponent’s structure. KABOOM! It’s a “Blast!”
Story Time Chess is a story-based board game that uses storytelling and silly games to teach young children how to play chess. It’s the only game of its kind and the only game in the world that can teach children as young as 3 how to play chess! Story Time Chess is a revolutionary game based on 12 years of research and it’s proven to be highly successful in teaching students. The best part? No chess experience is required for kids or parents to learn! Story Time Chess makes learning to play Chess easy and fun.
Bigger is better! Everyone’s favorite party game is now supersized. It’s like Connect 4 where you have to get 4 in a row to win but this is on a larger scale — elevating the fun to a whole new level. It’s perfect for indoor or outdoor family fun and comes with a handy travel case. It will take strategy to win. Think you have what it takes to win?!