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If you want to plan a fun Game Night for younger kids, here are some board games that are just the ticket!
In an effort to try to get my kids to watch less television, I ordered some new board games from Amazon the other day.
We already have a handful of good ones, but I wanted to add some more to the mix…hopefully ones that my five and three-year-olds could play on their own, without me.
I think these games are all suitable for three years old and up, probably not for older than a seven-year-old, but I suppose it depends on the child. All games on this list are approved by my three-year-old and my five-year-old.
If you’re looking to do a Family Game Night, here is a list of good game night games for younger kids…
Game Night Games for Younger Kids
Wobbly Worm, $17.99. My kids kept seeing a commercial for this one and begged me for it. Although it was nearly impossible to open the battery chamber, once we did, setup was a breeze and this is an easy, fun game of ring toss with an added element of difficulty…a moving target.
Yeti in My Spaghetti, $10.62. This is kind of like Jenga. You have to remove a piece of spaghetti without letting the Yeti fall into the bowl. Super simple and quick.
Pop Up Pirate, $14.99. This was one game that my two-year-old could actually play with us. Pop the pirate into the barrel and then take turns sticking swords in. Who will make the pirate pop out? It’s a different slot each time.
Zingo, $19.97. We have had Zingo for three years now and it is still a fun one. It’s like Bingo, but with a ZING! Easy for kids to grasp.
World of Disney Eye Found It, $15.79. I LOVE THIS GAME. It’s so cute and we all love searching for the objects in the pictures. This is probably my favorite on the list.
Monopoly Junior, $13.59. I was honestly shocked that my three-year-old not only grasped the concept of this game but enjoyed it. This is definitely one that needs parental involvement.
Hi Ho Cherry O, $11.49. A fun and easy counting game to see who will fill their bucket up first.
Pop the Pig, $22.96. Take turns feeding the pig until his belt pops open. A kid favorite!
And if you want to know which wines pair best with Family Game Night, here are a few I suggest…
- Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc
- The Crossings Sauvignon Blanc
- 7 Deadly Zins
- Bogle Vineyards Chardonnay
- Chloe Rosé
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