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Great Family Games For Little Kiddos

Jacqueline Killian
Jacqueline Killian
March 19, 2019 1 min read

We are always on the hunt for fabulous games that can be played with little kids (ages 5+) and still be really fun for older kids and adults. We love these two from Amigo games and are excited to share these great family games for little kiddos.

Fruit Punch – Spot Five and Bop the Banana! In one of the world’s top-selling games, players inspect the cards as they’re flipped to find five of the same fruit, then race to squeak the banana. It’s a full-on fruit frenzy! Connect Thoughts – Fast-action matching, with a little memory! Connect the Thoughts starts as a matching game and ends as a thinking game as players collect cards that connect. A game that doubles as a kids game and a family game! There are a lot of reasons to play board games. Whether gathering with family, friends or classmates; playing games has lots of benefits. These are a few of the ones that we find to be important. Playing games creates opportunity for connection and relationship growth. Playing games uses brain power and forces thinking. Playing board games causes the players to actively engage in the real world. Games can be great to work on specific skills for children and adults. These games are great for playing with family, friends, and classmates. We are happy to share this free printable word search puzzle with fruits to find.

YAY for games! Your Friends at Beyond the Blackboard


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