The classic game of Connect 4 is suitable even for 4 year olds. If she can understand the strategy involved in tic tac toe, she might be able to play the game. Even if she doesn’t understand the rules, she will love throwing the disks down the chutes. While the recommended age is for kids 6 years and over, it’s a great game to teach counting skills.
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!
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.
Candy Land is the perfect board game for younger kids. 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.
Experience the award-winning Spot It! game that’s fun for the whole family! The game features a variety of symbols with only one match between cards. It’s a party game for 2-8 players. Can you quickly spot the match? Kids will have to spot the match to win. The game develops focus, visual perception, and fine motor skills.
Zingo is a very popular game for preschoolers. It’s played exactly like Bingo. The game has been simplified for younger children and uses pictures. Each picture tile also has the name of the picture on it, which makes it a great tool for learning how to read.
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.
The classic game of hot potato has been given an electronic makeover. When kids squeeze this plush potato, the game starts. The potato begins playing music. Kids keep passing the potato to one another while the music players. Once the music stops, the player holding the hot potato is out.
There is nothing worse than finding a Yeti in your Spaghetti. In this hysterical game, the game board is set up by placing all the noodle pieces over the bowl and sitting the Yeti on top. Kids take turns removing noodles. Whatever you do don’t let the Yeti fall into the bowl. If the Yeti falls in the bowl, the player is out.
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.
The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game is an award-winning game of strategy for preschoolers and families. Anywhere from 2 to 4 players can play this game. Your forest pals are very hungry and need your help discovering acorns. The first player to collect 5 acorns wins the game! The game teaches kids about colors and is easy to play.
Hi Ho Cherry-O delivers laughs and fun in spades. Its design and play options have been newly updated. Kids have to pick fruits from the colored trees and fill up their buckets. The first one to fill up their bucket wins! It’s a great game for developing early math skills like counting, adding, and subtracting.
Who wouldn’t want to train to be a superhero? In this preschool game, players take turns flipping over 3 cards. It’s a game that encourages physical activity in a fun way. All of the cards have different superhero actions printed on them. Kids have to pick one of the actions to perform, but watch out for the Green Goblin. The best part? The game comes with props to bring all of your favorite Marvel superheroes to life. Kids will use Spider Man’s web, Captain America’s Shield, Thor’s hammer, and more.
Roll and Play is a great introduction to board games. It is really designed to be your child’s first board game. Children will love throwing the soft colorful giant dice on the floor. Depending on what color it lands on, they have to pick up a corresponding colored card and perform the fun action on it such as “Moo like a cow.”
The Disney Princess Enchanted Cupcake Party Game is a fun game for preschool girls. In the cupcake game, girls are tasked with mixing, matching, and making as many cupcakes for the celebration. You’ll have a time limit so it’s a frantic race to see how many you can get out in time for the party! Girls will laugh and have so much fun designing these cupcakes. It’s a great way for your girl to creatively express herself. This is delicious fun!
The Plumber Pants game delivers silly fun for preschoolers. Taking turns players add a tool to the plumber’s belt, making them drop with each added tool. But beware! When the plumber’s pants fall, you see his undies and everyone gets wet! The player making his pants fall is eliminated. Try to not make the plumber’s pants fall down and spray everyone with water to win.
Love to fish? Then you’ll love the Catch & Count Fishing Game from Melissa & Doug. In this game, you can actually reel in the fish and count up your score. The fish are magnetic so they easily attach to the magnetic hook. See how many you can catch. It’s a fun game for developing fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination.
Race To The Treasure is one of our favorite cooperative board games for little ones. The idea is to race the Ogre to the treasure by building a path to collect all the keys on the game board. Once the team collects all the keys, they can unlock the door to the treasure, but they must do so before the Ogre reaches the door.
Unlike competitive games, here is an award winning game that is designed to get everybody working together for a common goal. In the game, players work together to get all the owls to the nest before the sun rises. The game is played a lot like Candy Land. The colored cards allow each player to move to the next colored square. The twist? The sun card moves the sun closer to sunrise.
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!
Designed for preschoolers, this adorable bunny game is tons of fun for little ones. Kids take turns spinning the wheel and taking the appropriate amount of carrots from the bunny. The cool part? When one of the carrots is pulled out, the bunny rabbit pops out of the hill. Kids have to race to catch him out of the air. 4 year olds will never get tired of seeing the rabbit “jump.”
In Richard Scarry’s Busytown, kids will race around town solving fun mysteries on a board that is over 6-feet long! It’s a game of “I found it!” Kids will be hunting for various items like balloons, flags, or ladders to name a few. It’s kind of like those Where’s Waldo games. It’s a great game to develop your child’s matching skills and it’s fun for the whole family.
With a fun animal theme, the classic game of Sequence has been given a fun makeover for kids. In this strategy game, players take turns flipping over cards. They have to match their cards with a matching picture on the game board. Once they do, they place a tile over it. Similar to tic tac toe, the player that gets four tiles in a row first wins.
Hiss is a card game designed for younger children. In this color matching game, the object is to build the largest snake. Each snake must have a head, body, and tail. All of the colored body parts have to match as well. Players take turns picking up cards and can either build a new snake or add it to the existing snakes. If you complete a snake, you add it to your snake pit. The player with the most tiles in their snake pit wins.
The Curious George Matching Game is a perfect game for preschoolers. It can be played by one or more players. It’s a fun game of memory and matching that will entertain preschoolers. The game includes 72 picture tiles with various cute animals and characters. And it’s great at developing your child’s memory skills.
Who doesn’t love the classic game of Chutes and Ladder? With simple rules, it’s a game that everybody can understand. Little ones will not only learn to take turns but basic counting as they try to be the first to climb to the top of the board.
Raccoon Rumpus is a fun color matching game for preschoolers that involves critters, crazy costumes, and matching. Players have to be the first to collect 5 costumes for their raccoon. To collect a costume, kids roll a pair of die and pick up the costume that matches the dice. The fun part? If kids roll an underwear, they lose all their costumes.
From the makers of the Sneaky Squirrel Game comes this fun counting game. With cute illustrations, kids have to find all the hidden bones by spinning the spinner and picking up the same number of bones as they spun. The cutest part? Kids pick up the bones with the Pug Squeezer, which is not only adorable but great for developing those pincer skills.
Blue Orange’s Tell Tale Card Game is a creative game for kids. With over 120 cards featuring characters, settings, objects, and emotions, kids are challenged to create stories. It’s a fantastic game for imaginative, creative fun!
Yetti Forgetti is the third installment of the popular kid’s game for 2-4 players. It puts a fun twist on the classic game of Memory. In this hide-and-peek memory game, yetis are hiding under igloos. Draw a card to determine which Yeti to find. Then peek under igloos or move them around to recall which yeti is where. But beware! If you choose the wrong igloo and find the snow crab, you lose points. Will you find all the yetis? It’s a fun twist on the game of Memory teaching memory and concentration.
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.
LCR Left Center Right is a dice game designed for 3 or more players. It’s a fun and fast-paced game that’s really hard to put down. Roll the dice to see where to distribute your chips. The last player with chips remaining wins and claims the entire center pot.
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?!