Our Top Choice
Think Fun Roll and Play First Game
Over the years, Think Fun has consistently been offering educative and entertaining kids’ games that help them develop cognitive and social skills.
Colorful and engaging. Develops needed skills. Provides hours of fun. Quick and easy to learn.
Kids tend to outgrow it rather too quickly.
Cube and card
18 months and up
2 or more
Visual perception and reasoning
Hasbro Monopoly Junior Game
Responsible for some of the world’s most popular and entertaining board games, Hasbro shows passion for play and edutainment for people of all ages.
Quality and colorful game items. Helps kids develop real-life skills. Easy to play. Fun and engaging.
Does not come with a way to store the game items.
5 - 8 years
2 to 4
Wonder Forge Busytown Board Game
Since 2007, Wonder Forge has been designing award-winning games and toys for the entertainment and development of children.
Develops important skills. Quality materials. Great fun factor. Suitable for the family. Colorful and engaging.
You will most likely be playing on the floor, but the fun you’ll get is worth it.
2 to 4
Educational Insights Snacky Squirrel Game
As a group of people passionate about giving kids wonderful experiences that go with them into adulthood, Education Insights creates games that help kids learn while they play.
Easy to set up. Fun to play. Interactive and engaging. Promotes strategic thinking. Builds relationships.
Might quickly be outgrown.
2 to 4
Winning Moves Games Trouble® Classic Edition
Since 1995, Winning Moves has been offering wholesome and successful games that are enjoyed by kids and adults alike, helping kids develop needed skills and adults relieve stress.
Fun die roller. Colorful and attractive board. Easy to learn and play. Educative and entertaining. Has plastic base just like the original.
Great fun, but quite noisy.
5 years and up
2 to 4
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