These new games are hitting shelves this summer. | Source: Goliath/The Toy Insider

Summertime can be a challenge for any parent as kids are free from school and require constant entertainment. For anyone with preschoolers at home, don’t worry — Goliath‘s got you covered with five animal-themed games for kids ages 4 and up.

Look out and don’t wake the beast in Beware of the Bear. This battery-free game challenges kids to take risks by rolling the die and taking treasures as they poke the bear, hoping the slumbering animal doesn’t wake up. If it’s awoken from its sleep, the bear will leap out to catch kids red-handed from taking goodies.

In Gobble Monster, kids transform into superheroes as they take turns drawing cards to save toys from a hungry, scary monster. 2-4 players will take turns rescuing the stash before they’re all gobbled by the monster.

If you think your kids are fussy with their food, the battery-free game Picky Kitty will challenge their appetites even more. Players must race to feed the cat as many greens as possible, but at any moment, the cat might reject the veggies and throw the plate right in your face! Parents, sit back and enjoy as kids get a taste of their own medicine.

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As summer continues, families will watch more woodland creatures scamper across the yard and look for food, just like Chompin’ Charlie. In this game, 2-4 players can slowly fill up the chipmunk’s cheeks with more and more acorns and watch its expression change as its mouth grows in size. The first player to fill up their acorn stash will win, but get ready to run away as Charlie’s mouth spits out all the acorns.

The last game is a spin-off of the original Doggie Doo game. In this version, there’s a new dog on the block ready to relieve himself, and it’s an explosive corgi. Kids can giggle as they hear his “doo” sounds and are tasked with cleaning up his dump in the yard.

These Goliath games will be available on the shelves this summer at major retailers.