5 years & up. Bring video game creation to the classroom! Students can group up and create their own video games without having to learn or write a single line of code. Take out the Bloxels game board and fit the different types of Bloxels cubes into the grid-based slots until the group has created a character, special item, or landscape they like. Then, download the free Bloxels EDU application on a smart device and use it to take a picture of what the group created. The application picks up… More »
Grades 2 & up. These games of chance and skill will bring hours of enjoyment ot any after school program. This set of four games includes Apples to Apples, Jr, Kerplunk, Giant Spoons, and Uno Card Game.
3 years & up. Bigger game, bigger fun. This traditional 4 in a row game features a large, sturdy frame and smooth finished wooden black and red counters. Will you be the first one to get 4 in a row? Made from rugged plywood that is ideal for outdoor play. A great way to strengthen motor skills, logic and improve concentration. Simply remove the locking peg at the side the flip the frame and let the counts come out. Frame size: 23.62" x 18.90" x 8.66". Counter size: 2.45".
4 years & up. Roll your way to a victory with the Rollors Outdoor Game! Rollors combine the fun game of horseshoes, bocce ball and bowling. Use skill and luck to try to and roll the disks at the goal. Points are awarded to the players or teams that position their disks closest to the goal. The first player or team to reach 21 points wins the game. This game set is made of large wooden pieces that are durable and feel great in your hands. Bring Rollors wherever you go as it easily stores into… More »
8 years & up. Bean bag toss with a challenging twist! The Bean Bag Bucketz game combines classic concepts from games like bean bag toss and frisby golf to make a new and exciting point driven game. Set up the stand on any flat surface, attach the numbered buckets to the connectors up and down the stand, and arm your teams with 8 bean bags each. Teams throw all 8 bean bags into the buckets each round to rack up points. Each bucket is worth a different point amount. Whichever team has the most… More »