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Klask Keeps It Classic

This game is sure to strike up some fun. Klask, from Buffalo Games, is a unique combination of skill and strategy that challenges players to maneuver a magnetic striker from under the game board. Two… read more

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Keep Minds Active with Brain Games Kids

Long before the computer, there was the brain to process images, answer questions, and store memory. Now it’s time to break out that rusty old device in the noggin. Brain Games Kids, from Buffalo Games,… read more

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Catch Colorful Creatures with Monster Trap

Oh, the things we do for our grandmas. Designed for kids ages 6 and up, Thames and Kosmos’ Monster Trap is a tabletop board game that challenges players to work in teams and rid a mansion… read more

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Keep the Fun Going Round and Round with Spin-a-roo!

Spin, stack, and win. That’s the idea behind Spin-a-roo, ThinkFun’s sorting and counting game. In this fast-paced game, players must think quick and act fast to be the first to collect the most tokens. The… read more

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Save the Day with PJ Masks Night Sight Game

Go into the night to save the day—but, like, actually though. With PJ Masks Night Sight Game, from Wonder Forge, kids play together (just like the PJ Masks team!) to stop the mischievous Romeo from… read more

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Break Out a Classic with Scrabble

Words are hard. And sometimes the best way to cure that problem is to take out the soft little drawstring bag, reach in with eager fingers, and grab seven random tiles to see what you… read more

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Take a Road Trip Across the U.S. in Game of the States

  You may be able to recite the 50 states in alphabetical order to a catchy tune, but can you locate Arkansas on a map? Soon, kids can do that and also spew out interesting facts… read more

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Test Super Hero Knowledge with Guess Who? Marvel Edition

People sometimes ask me, “Do you have a cape?” or, “Are you named after a Nordic god?” Although I have been known to tie a towel around my neck as a cape a few times… read more

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar Eats His Way Into Game Night

Like many other kids, The Very Hungry Caterpillar was one of my favorite books as a wee one. The 1969 children’s classic is not only recognizable by its title, but also by its vibrant artwork.… read more

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This Game Is Bonkers Lives Up to Its Name—And Then Some!

A blast from the past is giving family game night some refreshing energy. The appropriately titled This Game is Bonkers! is a thrill to play and will surely have competitive families on the edge of… read more

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