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Kosmos Takes Puzzle Games to a Whole New Dimension

German company Kosmos proves that not all puzzle games have to be relatively flat with its addicting, yet challenging, game Dimension. Dimension is a fast-paced puzzle game that is extra cool because it takes place… read more

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Hiiiii-ya! Number Ninjas Stealthy Reinforces Math Concepts

Math—ugh. HOMEWORK?! Blegh. While every kid is different and some little ones are whizzes when it comes to long division, math can be a tough subject at the grade school level. From addition and subtraction… read more

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Little People Friends Say Cheese with New Game from TCG

Smile and say, “cheese!” The Fisher-Price Little People Photo Discovery Game, from TCG, lets kids ages 3 and up take turns taking pictures with the Discovery Camera to be the first one to fill up… read more

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Smarty Blocks Builds Smarty Pants

I’m sure most kids would agree that the best part of summer is no school, but sometimes, kids tend to get rusty on the skills they acquire during the school year. Designed for two to… read more

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Bananagrams Goes Wild with WildTiles

For anyone who has a knack for witty and creative word games, Bananagrams WildTiles is the must-have travel game for the summer. Designed for players ages 7 and up, WildTiles can be played with two to… read more

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Disruptus Inspires Creative Thinking

Disruptus, from Funnybone Toys, inspires one or more players ages 10 and up to think outside the box and create, innovate, improve, and transform ordinary objects into new things. The player rolls the die, and… read more

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Treasure Trax Reinvents Scavenger Hunts for Kids

For parents who are looking to get their kids more active—instead of sitting in front of the TV or computer all day—Treasure Trax, from USAopoly, is the perfect way to do so. Designed for kids… read more

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Zingo Word Builder Makes Kids Use Their Noggins

Thinkfun puts an educational spin on the classic game of Bingo with Zingo Word Builder. The game challenges kids ages 5 and up to use their brains to create three-letter words in order to fill… read more

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Last Letter Brings Creativity to Game Night

Last Letter, from ThinkFun, challenges players to think creatively while also testing their spelling skills. Designed for two or more players ages 8 and up, the game includes more than 60 image cards. Each player… read more

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Spring Ahead with Zingo! Time-telling

Over the weekend, we sprung ahead and turned the clocks forward one hour. The concept of Daylight Savings Time, or reading clocks in general, may be difficult for kids to understand, but Zingo! Time-telling, from… read more

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