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Kid Games To Play-Da Vinci's Challenge

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Da Vinci's Challenge is a game of strategy which has it's roots in ancient times. The aim of the game is to place shapes on the game board to form 9 different patterns. Points are awarded on the basis of the complexity of these patterns. This is a great game for sharpening thinking skills for both you and your kids.

May be played by 2 players or 2 teams.

DaVinci's Challenge is a 2005 Mensa Select Award winner. It has also been awarded the prestigious Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Seal of Excellence as well as their Gold Seal and the Parent's Choice Approved Award.

Kid Games To Play- Nerdy Wordy

Nerdy Wordy is the ideal fun crossword game for families who love to play around with words! The aim of the game is to create as many 2-5 letter words you can, choosing letters from the stash in the center. Players get awarded points for creating words within words too! This is a really fun game which you can lose track of time with!

Kid Games To Play - Cranium's Zooreka

From Cranium,

Race to build your ultimate zoo in Cranium Zooreka! Collect and trade food, animals, and shelters to create one-of-a-kind habitat combinations.

There's never a dull moment as you move around the board, landing on a variety of spaces like:

Trading Post: Trade food, animal, and shelter cards as you strategize to collect four habitats for your zoo.

Lucky Day: Earn extra chances to gain resources for trading and building, putting you one step closer to Opening Day

Stormy Weather: Encounter unexpected events, like an unorganized zookeeper forgetting to order your panda food!

Clear Skies: Get fun surprises to advance your zoo, like gorillas having babies!

Every turn keeps each player thinking and planning their way to the ribbon cutting. The first player to complete a zoo gets to celebrate their Opening Day!

Have a nice day..!
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1 comment:

radha said...

Nice write up, though Careers, Life and Scotland Yard could have been mentioned. These are for older kids and keep them intelligently and happily engaged for a few hours for every game.