What’s even better than carving the turkey on Thanksgiving (or watching someone else do it)? Carving time out of our busy schedules to make memories with our families—especially around the holidays.
There’s tons of ways to spend quality time together as a family, but not much is as fun as finding games and toys that everyone can enjoy. Get ready to break out these family favorites and get the whole squad involved, even those grumpy grandpas and moody teens.
Verti-Go (TCG) This isn’t your grandmother’s dusty old card game! This two to eight player game takes a deck of cards and turns it on its head for a fun and portable game the whole family can get in on. The cards have die-cut slits on each side so that players can create their own house of cards by sticking cards together through the slits. Just like in life, it’s all about creating the perfect balance. The structure will get larger and taller, so the goal is to not be the one to make it come crashing down! Just keep building, and whoever who can keep themselves the most steady and get rid of their cards first, wins!
Jacqueline Cucco is the editorial assistant at Adventure Publishing Group. She writes weekly toy reviews and articles for The Toy Insider and contributes to The Toy Book and The Licensing Book. When she’s not reporting on the latest toy trends, you can find her with her pet bunny Peepers (@thebigpeep on Instagram), watching shows about zombies and vampires, or eating all the cheese in the world. She plans on traveling to the moon and never passes up an opportunity to climb a volcano or visit somewhere haunted. You can follow her on Twitter @jackiecucco.
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