Six year olds have strong opinions and a variety of interests. Our top ten games covers many different styles and themes: you’re sure to find one your child will love!» Read more
Splish, splash! Turtle races down the river to join his friends – but they’re already playing hide and seek!
Can he find them all?
Pavlov’s Dogs is a game full of puns and psychology humor.
Are you ready to test your memory and your ability to follow directions?
Work together to peek into the mice’s house and see what kinds of tchotchkes they’ve stolen from us humans!» Read more
Ecologic Puzzle: Respect the Earth comes with 12 two-piece puzzles showing two versions of the same action. The left-side puzzle piece shows an action that is harmful to the earth. The right-side, green-edged puzzle piece shows a more earth-friendly approach.» Read more
The following is a guest post written by Sara Tedrick Parikh. Matching memory games are a rite of passage for pre-schoolers, and Adventerra Games has hands-down the cutest one I’ve seen on the market. Seriously, I considered just linking directly to their website shop with a “d’awwww!” caption and calling it a day, but I decided to push through with» Read more
Do you like getting your kids involved in sorting the recycling? Perhaps most importantly, do you like games that clean themselves up?» Read more
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Collect eggs in this crazy memory game.» Read more
It’s time for bed, and we’re going to use a game. But Andrew’s too old to help with this review – so we get Elliot instead!» Read more
An unusual memory game for 1-4 players, ages 5+. Turn the Inspector and listen for criminals sounding the alarm as they try to escape! Can you figure out which criminal was last in the cell where the escape tunnel was dug?» Read more
The baby hedgehogs are playing dress up, but they don’t have spiky quills like mom and dad. How can they dress up and pretend to be adults? Maybe with this bag of pointy leaves?» Read more
Play fruit-themed cards one at a time into columns. But don’t peek at what you’ve played before! Test your memory with this simple but challenging card game.» Read more
Baby Dragon Bedtime is unusual because it’s a speed game and a memory game, and a deck-building game. We hoped it would hook both our children who prefer slower memory games, and our children who like speed games but aren’t keen on memory.» Read more
Smoosh and Seek Treehouse is a 10 minute cooperative game for players ages 3+. Corey and his daughter tell us about it in 5 minutes.» Read more
Mountains encourages (and even requires!) cooperation. Though there is a final winner, the game structure means you’ll need to ask other players for help most of the time.» Read more
Brainwaves games challenge you to remember details about previously-revealed cards. But each stretches your working memory in a different way.» Read more
Push your boat and collect treasure, but beware of hidden whirlpools! Nick and his kids tell us about Bermuda Pirates, a game simple enough for kids to play without adults.» Read more
In Strawberry Studio’s game Mount Rushmore, you are trying to be the first player to choose which of the 16 monument cards matches the card flipped from the Search Deck.» Read more
In Spy Club, take on the role of kid detectives, solving crimes by collecting clue cards. A mosaic campaign adds tons of replayability, changing up the way each case resolves.» Read more
Oh no! The volcano is about to explode! Don’t panic: get all 16 islanders (cave dwellers, dodo birds, eggs) off the island in time! Panic Island! is a speed memory game from Blue Orange Games. We’ll tell you our thoughts on it in just 5 minutes.» Read more