ppeople find it difficult to select the best games for their kids because the market today is full of different kinds of games. To clear up your confusion, we present some options for the 6-10 age group:
This fast-paced card game lets players create skits, create brain teasers, sketch pictures and solve word challenges – all before time runs out. Kids get the chance to work as a team and stretch their creativity in entirely new directions.
Kids love to play traffic cop and maneuver the little red car out of a traffic jam. They move it by answering questions on one of the 40 challenge cards. Rush Hour is a clear winner – it won both the 1999 Parents’ Choice award and the national Mensa award.
Not technically a board game, Operation is so much fun to play it’s worth mentioning. Children take turns trying to remove body parts from a patient whose ailments include a broken heart and butterflies in the stomach. It takes a lot of motor coordination to pull out the small body parts without touching the sides and set off the alarm. It uses the same character we played with when we were kids, but it also comes in a new Shrek edition. To increase the interest of players or children, the new version of this game features a sweet green patient who suffers from ailments ranging from earwax to giant fungus to toe jam.
This classic popping, peg jumping game is just as much fun today as it was when we were kids. The dice popper makes the game what it is: kids can’t wait to hear that popping sound when it’s their turn. Then it’s a race to see who can get their peg to the home base first.
If you are going to a birthday party, this information will help you immensely and you can easily make his or her birthday special.
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