One of my long time favorites! Arrange the noodles inside the board in a way that they all fit (sounds easier than it is). This games encourages visual perception, visual spatial skills and problem solving. Super fun game. Ages 7 to adult
One player thinks of a code, and the other player has to break it with as little tries as possible. Clues are provided along the way. Fun logic game for kids ages 6 and up.
Goobi construction encourages problem solving, imaginative play and creativity. It also provides opportunity to spontaneously learn principles of geometry, physics and architecture.I also love how the magnetic pieces have more resistance than most other magnetic sets, providing a good work out for the fingers and hands. Award winning toy. Great for older kids and adults!
ColorKu is a Sudoku game with colorful wooden pieces instead of numbers. Great logic game for the whole family! Comes in 5 levels of difficulty. Ages 8 and up.
The object of the game is to be the first one to copy a structure on the challenge card in 60 seconds. The cubes stretch, bend, twist and fold. Riddle Cube promotes problem solving, quick reaction time, motor planning, strengthening of the intrinsic muscles in the hands for better fine motor skills and more. It's also a lot of fun and can make a great fidget toy.
Learn 50 states and their capitals with this 40 piece USA map puzzle. Ages 5-12
This kit combines art and science to create 10 different bubble experiments for kids ages 5 and up.
Introduces kids to the concept of coding! This awesome game can have kids as young as 4 playing, but parents must read the instructions first (there is a lot)! Kids can then learn as they play with the help of an adult. The idea is to get your Robot Turtle to land on the same colored jewel by following the instruction cards and directing the other player to move your turtle. Gets kids thinking, problem solving, following directions, motor planning and more! Highly recommend looking into this game!
This book explains different art works and has projects for kids to make on their own. Great book! Ages 7 and up.
Play a card to get the pile to add up to 21 then flip your START card over to HOME. Flip over all 4 cards to HOME to win the game. Great for working on simple math skills, logic, following directions and turn taking. Really fun game! Ages 6 and up. 2-4 players.
Spell Cat is one of the coolest spelling games I've come across! ❤️To play: pick a word to spell, then place the letter cards inside the spelling tray and close each letter. The object of the game is to write the word correctly on the chalkboard. When you do, you get a turn to feed the cat. Ages 4-8 years old.
Sum Swamp is one of my favorite board games. It's wonderful for teaching and reinforcing basic addition and subtraction. Ages 5 and up.
This game could be played by yourself or with others. The goal is to race to solve the challenge cards by moving the molecules from tube to tube without touching or dropping them. Ages 8 and up.
This engineering game is challenging, innovative, and a lot of fun. Choose a challenge card, set up the game as directed and then figure out how to fill in the rest of the pieces to build your roller coaster. Amazing! Ages 6 and up.
Word on the Street is a fun word game where players compete to think of words that fit into the category cards they draw. This game develops vocabulary, creativity, and quick reaction time. Play with two people or with a group. Ages 7 and up.
Logic Links is an interesting puzzle game that promotes spatial and logical reasoning. Each logic card provides clues of where to place the chips to solve the given puzzle. Logic Links can be played with 1 player or in a group. Ages 6 and up.
This book comes with instructions on how to build 10 different moving machines. Lego pieces are included. Ages 8 and up.