3 - 6 years. Woozle, a friendly monster, is hungry and loves chocolate-covered flies and hairy pickles. Can you feed him 12 silly snacks from the spoon before all the snacks are gone? This game requires working together to get Woozle fed. Includes instructions for 3 levels of play and helps to promote body awareness, builds fine and gross motor skills, and working cooperatively. 2-5 players.
7 years & up. The classic naval combat game -- call out suspected hiding areas and keep track of hits and misses in order to sink your enemy's ships. Helps improve memory skills. Includes 2 portable battle cases, 10 plastic ships, 84 red "hit" pegs, 168 white "miss" pegs, label sheet, instructions. For 2 players.
3 years & up. Teach your children about the importance of compassion with this fun Friends & Neighbors: The Helping Game to Encourage Empathy and Cooperation. This matching game promotes working together and collaborative play. In playing the game and reading about the feelings and needs of the characters, children will begin to recognize feelings in others, the first step to building empathy. This game includes 4 game boards, tokens, a helping bag, a guide, and a story book. For 1-4 players.
3 years & up. This simple to learn game introduces children to counting and strategy. Place all your monkeys on the bed after acting out bedtime activities - brushing teeth, putting on pajamas, etc. - and win the game. Be careful! The spring-action bed could shake your monkeys off at any time. Develops fine motor skills. 46 pieces.
6 years & up. Your Mission: Get the laser beam to the rockets so they can safely return to earth! You'll need to use science and logic to reflect the laser beam to the rockets. Carefully place the satellite mirrors to guide your path, but watch out for space rocks that might get in your way. It's one tricky job for any scientist, but with a little brain power you'll be sure to ignite the rockets and your mind. One mission completed and 39 more to go! This single player game features a game grid… More »
Grades 1 & up. Encourage children to exchange negative behavior for positive choices in the Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders Board Game. As they take on the roles of bullies, victims, and bystanders in this board game children will learn empathy, skills to overcome and prevent bullying, and communication skills. This game offers a lighthearted way to start a tough discussion on the effects of bullying and the importance of treating peers with kindness. Use this board game in small groups or… More »
4 years & up. This cool board game teaches the basics of programming to preschoolers! Learning to play the game is easy and minutes to play. Children learn programming, from coding to functions through fun play. Once the turtle reaches a jewel, that player is the winner! Up to 4 players can participate. A great STEM toy, play encourages the development of planning and sequential reasoning skills. Measures 10.5" L x 2" W x 10.5" H.
5 years & up. Position geometric shapes in the base before time is up! Go beyond the time limit, and all the playing pieces pop out. Excellent for improving coordination and identification skills in any number of players. Practice valuable skiils like focus and concentration on a task. Use visiaul feedback to coordinate precise movement of hands. Includes 25 pieces in 9 fun shapes; game unit with timer and pop-up tray and label sheet.
5 years & up. Adventures at the beach or at the zoo--it's your choice! This fun and fast-paced game is just like the adult version, but with four fun colorful vehicles to choose from! The players can pick from the Blue Wheeler, the Pink Cruiser, the Yellow Speedster, or the Green Rider. Keep collecting stars and see how the Action cards and Attractions like the Museum or the Chocolate Factory affect your fate. The first person to get to ten stars first, wins! The game includes a game board,… More »
3 - 6 years. Work together to find matching bugs and slip them under the rug before the arrival of the 3 stink bugs. Three levels of play add more challenges. Game teaches counting, colors, numbers, and shape recognition, while building visual discrimination and cooperation. No reading required. 2-4 players.
6 years & up. This classic board game is a wonderful way for young children to improve their fine motor skills as they try to remove "ailments" with tweezers without setting off the buzzer! For one or more players. Requires 4 AAA batteries (not included).