AGES 3 & UP.
Do you trouble getting the kids to put their phones down, getting away from the tablet or just tired of hearing “I`m bored”. Well no need to stress as we here at Get Gaming Store have compiled a list for you to help you narrowing it down, from ages 3 – 10.
Board Games and games for that a matter of fact is a great way for kids to interact, get to know, learn, develop social skills, communication skills all during the process of having fun and not even know it.
There are many different types of board games from teaming up to battling it out individually, but one thing is for sure fun will be the out-come of it.
So if you have a kids party or looking for some thing to keep the kids entertained, I`m sure that you will be able to find it on this list,
Disney – Matching Game
It’s the classic game of picture matching starring your most cherished Disney characters. Flip over sturdy, colorful tiles to find a parade of friendly faces, from Dumbo and Bambi to Nemo and Simba.
Collect the most pairs to win, and share the magic memories along the way.
If you loved playing the Candy Land board game when you were a child, you can share the experience with your loved ones and start down the “magical” road to sweet surprises!
This adorable version of the classic Candy Land game features gingerbread men as movers, colored cards, and fun illustrations that kids love, with different destinations like Cookie Commons and the chunky Chocolate Mountain.
Players choose their cards, move their pawns, and let their imaginations soar as they make their way to the castle to win! For 2 to 4 players.
Chutes & Ladders
Climb up and slide down in the exciting game of ups and downs, Chutes and Ladders! The Chutes and Ladders board game for girls and boys has been around for over 60 years and has been enjoyed by families for generations. Players can see the square marked 100, but how will they get there?
If a player lands their pawn on a good deed, they can shimmy up a ladder, but land on the wrong spot and they’ll shoot down a chute! No reading is required to play this simple and easy game for preschoolers. Players spin the spinner to see how many spots they’ll move.
Will their new spot send them down or move them up, up, up? Slip, slide and see who will win the Chutes and Ladders board game.
Your preschooler’s first BOGGLE game. From ABC to Ant, Ball and Car with BOGGLE Jr., your preschooler will transform letters into words!
Two different matching games encourage various skills and levels with fun and colorful pictures. Look at the picture and word. Then find each matching letter using the big BOGGLE Jr. cubes. You’ve spelled the word!
Your child will practice: Object and word recognition Letter recognition and matching Spelling Sorting and grouping Concentration Taking Turns Sharing For 1+ players Enjoy the ease
The Lady Bug
Get all the little colorful bugs under the rug before the 3 stink bugs stink up the place! Watch closely and make those matches! Spin the spinner and find a matching bug. Then slip it under the rug.
Take turns spinning and matching and try to get all the bugs under the rug before 3 stink bugs are sitting on top. Each level adds more challenge.
Work together to find those matches, and you all win!
Count Your Chickens
The baby chicks have flown the coop!
In this game, which has won multiple awards including Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award, players help Mother Hen collect her chicks and bring them back to the coop.
Spin and move, count the number of spaces and collect that number of chicks. Take turns, but work together because if you collect all the chicks then everyone wins!
Game includes 1 game board, 1 mother hen with stand, 40 baby chicks, 1 spinner and instructions for game play.
Pick Me Up, PIGGY
Horse, Chicken, Mouse, and Cow all have special things to do in town. Use teamwork and imagination to help Piggy get all his farm friends where they need to go in this memory game!
Share a creative and imaginative story for each character that you drop off. The more interesting the story, the more likely you will remember where to pick up your friend later!
This imagination and memory game is a great educational learning tool for boys and girls as teachers teach kids. Youth can use this teaching aid to study and learn in class.
This game comes with a wooden truck, game board, 4 town buildings, 13 driving cards, gas gauge, 4 farm friend movers, and instructions. Play this game with children ages 3 years old and up.
Feed The Woozle
A Game of Silly Snacks and Mixed Up Moves!
Chocolate covered flies and hairy pickles? Yummy! The big mouth Woozle is hungry.
Can you feed him 12 silly snacks like toenail toast and from the spoon before all the snacks are gone? Everyone plays together to feed the Woozle snacks from a spoon and if you can feed him 12 snacks before they are all used up, everyone wins!
Play together, work together, and have some monstrous fun! Instructions for play include three different game levels so the fun will grow with your child.
AGES 4 & UP
Hoot Owl Hoot!
Hurry little owls: In this color-coordinated matching game, players cooperate to help the owls fly back to their nest before the sun comes up. Help all the owl’s home before sunrise and everyone wins!
Play a color card and fly to that space. Draw a sun card and you’re one step closer to daylight. Players can move any owl on their turn and talk together about how to get owls home & win.
Who can play: 2-4 Players. Recommended for Ages 4-8. Game includes 1 game board, 6 owl tokens, 1 sun token, 14 sun cards, 36 color cards and instructions for two versions of game play.
In this game, which has won multiple awards including the Oppenheim Gold Seal, players work as a team to get all three dinosaurs safely to Dinosaur Island before the volcano erupts!
Roll the die and move the dinosaur movers around the board and uncover the matching dinosaurs under the fern tokens. But if you turn over the T-Rex, RUN! If players can find and help all three lost dinosaurs escape to Dinosaur Island before completing the 3D volcano puzzle, everyone wins!
Game includes 1 game board, 3 dinosaur movers, 1 die, 12 fern tokens, 5 volcano puzzle pieces, volcano stand and instructions for game play.
Counting campers is the fun and educational counting game for your little camper.
Players move their pegs forward or backward into the holes on the board along their individual hiking trail by drawing a ‘plus’ or ‘minus’ card, allowing little ones to practice counting and to develop fine motor skills.
Follow the winding path through the muddy swamp, across the fishing pond, over the old bridge, and more, to get back to the campsite. The first camper back to camp wins the game!
For 2-4 players, targets ages 4-8.
Zingo is one of ThinkFun’s most popular and bestselling games, and is the winner of an Oppenheim Gold Award and Parents’ Choice Gold Award, among others.
It’s a fun pre-reading game for ages 4 and up, and is one of the best gifts you can buy for kids.
Zingo is made with high quality components, and comes with a very clear and easy to understand instruction manual – you’ll be able to play within minutes of opening the box. Like all of ThinkFun’s games.
Zingo is built to develop critical thinking skills. Playing will improve language skills through fun and fast placed play.
Learning becomes easier and more fun with Alphabet Bingo!
Teaching children with games and play imparts knowledge and makes learning seem less like a chore and more like fun!
Teachers have used Bingo for decades to educate children in math, letters, and a variety of subjects.
Alphabet Bingo can help your child with valuable pre-reading skills by teaching letter sounds and recognition of capital letters all while enjoying a wholesome traditional game.
Pop The Pig
Pop the Pig is an international preschool classic that is adored by millions of children around the world!
Kids roll the die, pop a Hamburger into the Pig’s mouth and push down on his head. The more they pump, the more his belly grows until. . . Pop!
Kids love the suspense as they watch his belly grow. The player who makes his belly Burst wins the game. Children can quickly reset the game with one pump of the Pig’s head and experience consistent belly-busting game play each and every time. Pop the Pig provides hours of fun and is completely kid powered (no batteries needed). for added convenience.
All pieces can be stored inside the Pig. This exclusive includes a bonus 24-piece puzzle of pop the Pig. For 2-6 players, ages 4 and up.
AGES 5 AND UP
The Game Of Life: Junior
The game of life Junior game has the classic game play of choices and chance, and players get to move around the board Using cool car tokens that take them on fun adventures.
Players pick their 3-D car token and make their own exciting choices and decisions that can engage their imaginations. Will they visit the beach and describe building a sandcastle, or go to the zoo to see favorite animals?
Players perform simple activities and actions requested on the action cards, such as finishing a song, acting, or telling a story to earn stars or money. The player to collect 10 Stars first wins.
Welcome to the first Monopoly game for kids, where they can earn money the fun way!
The Monopoly Junior game is just like the classic Monopoly game, but it’s accessible and exciting for younger players. It’s fast, simple, and full of surprises. Kids choose their favorite Junior token and learn how to pass Go, buy properties, and collect rent.
Single banknotes keep the transactions fast and easy.
Very good adaptation of Risk for little kids.
It takes the nastiness out of the game of Risk, but still keeps the bare essence of the game – invasion and defending territory, all via luck of the roll. Once all the islands are raided the game is over, so it is quick and light. No one gets eliminated.
The board is made up of islands. You sail your boat around looting treasure.
Clumsy Thief: Junior
The Clumsy Thief sneaks onto the farm and mixed up our stacks of food.
Players stack food cards by adding numbers to 10. But watch out! The Clumsy Thief can snatch your stack! Use Trap cards to stop the Thief.
Cards are constantly switching hands for exciting, game-changing fun! Master easy addition in this crazy game of stacking and snatching. The player with the most cards wins!
Pop into the racing, chasing game where everyone’s in Trouble!
Set up your pegs and then hit the Pop-O-Matic die roller. Depending on what you roll, you can move your pegs to the Start space, move your pegs forward – or watch other players move while you can’t!
Each of your pegs has to go all the way around the board to the Finish space, but watch out – if another player’s peg lands on the same space as yours, your peg has to start over.
The player who gets all 4 pegs into the Finish space wins! Pop all around the board for the win when you play Trouble!
What a great way for kids to play America’s favorite word game!
Kid-sized words and colorful pictures make it fun to match letter tiles to words on the grid. Players move their funny tokens up the score track as they score points.
When all of the tiles have been placed on the board, the player with the most points wins! Don’t worry, your little ones won’t outgrow this game; just turn the board over for the advanced level, where they come up with their own words.
It’s going to be letter-matching fun for everyone with Scrabble Junior.
It’s the case of the missing cake in this classic “whodunit” game for kids.
In this Clue Junior game, players are on a mission to discover who took a piece of cake, when they took it, and what they drank with it.
Players roll the die to see if they can move characters, look under those characters, or look under furniture for clues. As they find clues, they’ll eliminate choices and eventually discover what happened.
The game features classic Clue characters such as Miss Scarlett, Mrs. Peacock, Col. Mustard, Mr. Green, and Prof. Plum, and also Dr. Orchid, a genius biologist with a sweet tooth.
Stalking lions, charging rhinos, snapping crocodiles, and other dangerous creatures—in the wild world of Jumanji, they’re only a die roll away!
Grab your pawn, roll the eight-sided number die and move through the jungle. Draw a danger card, then use your decoder to discover the secret message and see if disaster strikes. Your fellow players must race against time to rescue you.
The jungle threatens and begins to fill up the Doomsday Grid. If the grid fills up, the jungle will overpower you and your fellow players—everyone loses.
If you are the first to reach the center before the Doomsday Grid fills up, yell “Jumanji!” and win!
Race To The Treasure
In this game, which has won multiple awards including the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award, players try to beat the Ogre to the treasure by creating a path from Start to End.
Along the way they need to collect three keys to open the treasure. Players strategize, cooperate and build a path together. If they do it before the Ogre gets there, they all win!
Game includes 1 game board, 1 pair of dice, 37 game cards, 4 key tokens, 1 Ogre snack and instructions for game play.
Classic Snakes & Ladders
The classic Snakes & Ladders game just got supersized!
This fun set includes a huge square playing board, a gigantic large foam die, and four giant playing pieces.
Over sized pieces make it easier for little hands to grasp. The cloth like board folds for easy storage, and is ideal for outdoor play.
For 2-4 players, ages 5 and up.
AGE 6 & UP
Bring back childhood memories and introduce “the original guessing game” to your kids and grand kids. With the guess Who?
Game, each player chooses a mystery character card and then using Yes or no questions, they try to figure out the other player’s mystery person.
This edition features character art and most character names not seen in other editions such as hat-wearing same, Amy with glasses, and all with the big white beard! Challenge opponents to a Series of games, or up the challenge by not asking if the mystery person is a boy or a girl until the third turn.
The guess Who? Game is a great indoor activity for kids ages 6 and up.
This edition of the connect 4 game offers an alternative way to play the popular strategy game.
It includes 4 blue Blocker discs that players can use to block an opponent space or to lift a player checkers to quickly get 4-in-a-row to win.
Players can choose to start in the middle or at the edge; to stack discs upwards, horizontally, or diagonally then drop in a blue disc for an unexpected strategy move.
Stay one step ahead of opponents and block their attempts to get to 4-in-a-row first!
This classic game of luck, strategy, and determination is easy to grasp for children as young as 6 years old, yet it’s fun for adults and older siblings too.
By drawing cards, players move their game pieces around the board, hoping to eventually accumulate all their pieces at the final destination–home sweet home.
Sorry is known as the game of “sweet revenge,” since players can send each other’s pawns back to the starting line, thus forcing one another to lose ground and begin all over again. This kind of frustration may be hard for children under age 8 to handle.
In fact, young ones typically crumble into tears of outrage when their pawns are cavalierly sent back. The only recourse is to teach children how to plot their own revenge, which makes them feel as powerful as superheroes.
Don`t Say It
Don’t Say It has three levels of play, so it’s fun for kids of all ages.
Can you get your team to say “Sheep”? It’s not as easy as it sounds, especially when you can’t say baa, lamb, or flock! Try and go through as many cards as you can before the buzzer sounds.
If you say a forbidden word, you lose points! This fun, fast-paced game will have you racking your brain for out-of-the-box clues to help your team win, and it’s great for helping kids with their vocabulary.
Don’t Say It include 100 game cards with 400 words, 1 card holder, 1 timer, 1 score pad, 1 pencil, and complete instructions. For 2 or more teams, ages 6 and up.
It’s the classic block-stacking, stack-crashing game of Jenga. How will you stack up against the law of gravity?
Stack the wooden blocks in a sturdy tower, then take turns pulling out blocks one by one until the whole stack crashes down.
Is your hand steady enough to pull out the last block before the tower collapses?
Snap the trap and win at Mousetrap! Run through the maze as Sneakers Mouse, Nacho Mouse or Pepper Mouse spins on the cheesy spinner.
When one of your friends’ mouse is in the cheesy trap area and you land on the right space, you’ve got a chance to catch them in the zany trap made of Hungry Hippo and Girafalaff contraptions.
Keep scurrying and scampering until someone gets caught. If you’re the first to trap a mouse, you win!
In the Operation game, you get to be the doctor and make Cavity Sam better or get the buzzer!
Cure him of all his wacky ailments like headphone headache and gamer’s thumb by picking funny ailment pieces out of the game tray with a pair of tweezers. But watch out! If you touch the sides of the openings, you’ll get the buzzer and light up Cavity Sam’s nose!
The player who removes the most ailments wins!
Ages 7 & UP
UNO is the card game that’s easy to pick up and impossible to put down!
All it takes to win is a little coordination between colours (red, green, blue, and yellow) and numbers.
This fun family card game is takes only minutes to learn and is so much fun to play!
3Up 3 Down
A fast-paced discard game with a surprising finish, perfect for kids, tweens, teens, adults, families, and friends who love family-friendly board games and card games (2-6 players/deck; ages 7+)
The goal is simply to get rid of your cards before your family and friends.
Easy to learn and quick to play, the best game for moms and dads that want their sons and daughters to spend some quality time together and laugh.
3UP 3DOWN helps everyone disconnect from electronics and build relationships. Gamer`s of all ages enjoy this quick, tabletop card game
Spice up your family game night with the Hedbanz Board Game, a fun, fast-paced, and simple question game that everyone aged 6 and up can enjoy.
In a group of two to six players, you’ll draw an identity card for an animal, food, or common object but with one catch–everyone but you will see the card, displayed by the headband on your forehead.
The goal is to deduce who or what you are by asking the players questions before the clock runs out.
Googly eyes is the hilarious family game that challenges your vision and leaves you googling for more!
Put on the zany, vision-altering Google Eye glasses, and start to draw while your team tries to guess what you’re drawing. Is that an igloo or a turtle? A birthday cake or a fortress?
Players take turns drawing and guessing, so everyone gets a chance to wear the glasses. The glasses come with three sets of lenses that range from mild changes to mind-blowing fun, so no one can see (or draw) straight!
Googly eyes is a fun twist on classic drawing games that lets players of different ages and skill levels compete on equal terms, since the goggles make it fun and challenging for everyone.
The first team to reach finish wins! For 4-16 players, ages 7 and up. This exclusive edition includes one bonus color smash card game!
Battleship is the classic naval combat game that brings together competition, strategy, and excitement.
In head-to-head battle, you search for the enemy’s fleet of ships and destroy them one by one. No ship is safe in this game of stealth and suspense. Try to protect your own fleet while you annihilate your opponent’s. It’s a battle that you must win!
Warning: Product must be assembled by an adult. Keep small parts necessary for assembly out of children’s reach.
Search for treasure deep within the twisting maze!
The playing board constantly changes so no two games are ever the same!
The cards will determine your quest. Looking for the Dragon? How many routes can you take and also foil your opponents? Try to gain the advantage by inserting the extra tile to move walls and open passages of the labyrinth.
Block and advance is the strategy! The first play to reach all of their treasure wins!
Ages 8 & UP
Not a lot of time? No problem! The Monopoly Speed board game can be played in under 10 minutes!
Everyone rolls and buys at once so players don’t have to wait for their turn. During 4 rounds, players race against the timer to buy, trade, and sell properties faster than ever.
The timer counts down each buying and trading stage, and there’s no break between stages. There are even 2 Go spaces, and players can get out of Jail free every time.
The Monopoly Speed board game is great choice for family game night, parties with friends, and a quick break from the every day.
The Game of Life
In The Game of Life game players can make their own exciting choices as they move through the twists and turns of life.
Move the car token around the game board from Start to Retirement, and experience unexpected surprises related to family, career, dream vacations, and other milestones of life.
Once everyone reaches the end of the game at retirement, everyone pays their debts and adds up their wealth. The player with the most money at the end of the game wins!
Deceptively simple and surprisingly intense.
Spy Alley keeps you on the edge of your seat. Players become a spy for their given country and try to uncover their opponents’ identity while keeping their own identity a secret.
Players use deductive reasoning to expose other spies while attempting to complete their mission by obtaining code books, disguises, keys and passwords.
Learn how to get from a Payday to the end of the month.
The game board resembles a calendar month, and each space has events like a buying “deal” or receiving “mail” (includes bills, insurance offers etc.)
The object of the game is to have the most money at the end of the game, which is over after as many months as the players decide on.
Players may start or add to their savings only on Pay Day. Players may withdraw all or part of their savings only on Pay Day (if the player wishes to withdraw at another time). A player receives 10% interest on the balance in his/her savings account every time he lands on Pay Day.
A loan may be taken out or increased at any time in increments. A player must pay 20% interest on his/her outstanding loan balance every time they land on Pay Day. Loans may only be paid off on Pay Day.
This is one of the best board games for family game night and parties with friends.
Either way, spontuneous will have you laughing for hours and will surely be an encore for more.
One player says a word and the race is on for the others to sing a song containing that word.
Play begins with the Tunesmith turning the timer and announcing a Trigger-Word from his/her Hit-List. The first player who starts singing scores but must sing a minimum of 5 words containing the Trigger-Word.
Watch Ya` Mouth
Watch Ya’ Mouth ultimate edition is the bestselling, funny, mouth guard party game! Teams of players, hampered by cheek re tractors, attempt to read and speak out phrases from 4 unique card decks: classic, rhyme time, pop culture and head to head.
Sure, to be a hit at your next game night!
It’s the fast-dealing property trading game where players buy, sell, dream and scheme their way to riches. This version of the Monopoly game welcomes the Rubber Ducky, Tyrannosaurus Rex, and Penguin into its family of tokens.
Choose your token, place it on GO! and roll the dice to own it all!
There can be only one winner in the Monopoly game. Will it be you?
AGES 10 AND UP
The co-op element makes Castle Panic a great family game and the perfect kick off for your weekly game night.
You must work together to defend your Castle, in the center of the board, from Monsters that attack out of the forest, at the edges of the board. Trade cards, hit and slay Monsters, and plan strategies together to keep your Castle towers intact.
The players either win or lose together, but only the player with the most victory points is declared the Master Slayer. Players must balance the survival of the group with their own desire to win.
Ticket To Ride
Players of all ages can now venture across America by train in Alan R. Moon’s ticket to ride: first journey.
With a brand-new map and simplified rules, first journey is the perfect way to introduce new players to the game of cross-country travel.
Just like in ticket to ride, players collect train cards, claim routes, and try to connect cities coast-to-coast. In first journey, though, routes are shorter, train cards are drawn straight from the deck, and the game ends when one player completes six tickets, claiming the golden ticket as their prize.
Climb aboard, travelers, your incredible first journey awaits!
A Catan adventure for fledgling swashbucklers.
Explore the Seas Catan: Junior introduces a modified playing style of the classic game giving younger players the opportunity to experience the world of Catan.
Designed for players as young as 5 and is a perfect introduction to the Catan series of games for kids and families. Catan: Junior takes place on a ring of islands where 2 to 4 players build hideouts, and the mysterious Spooky Island, where the Ghost Captain lives.
Each island generates a specific resource: wood, goats, molasses or swords and players can acquire gold. Each player starts with two pirate hideouts, then builds ships in order to expand their network. The more hideouts you build, the more resources you may receive. You use your resources to build ships, hideouts or get help from Coco the Parrot. Just watch out for the dreaded Ghost Captain.
Be the first player to control seven pirate hideouts and you win the game. Junior Catan contains 106 die cut markers representing resources and specials, 4 player cost boards, 1 two sided game board, 28 Pirate hideouts (7 each of 4 colours), 32 Ships (8 each of 4 colours), 1 pirate ghost, 1 die, 1 tray, 1 box, 1 rule book.
Telepathy is a fun strategy game combining logic, deduction and more.
Players master the skills of strategy, logic and deduction as they go head-to-head to see who can be the first to guess their opponent’s secret square.
In Telepathy, two players (or teams) race head-to-head to see who can be the first to correctly guess the opponent’s secret square using only strategic thinking, deduction, logic and a sharp memory. Every turn brings you closer to finding the hidden ancient symbol.
But watch out!
Your opponent may be closer to solving your secret square than you think!!! Secret squares are defined by 4 variables: symbol, color, row, and column.
After selecting and writing down the secret square on the Secrecy Shield, players then take turns making strategic guesses, recording the responses and eliminating variables until they feel confident, they can correctly guess the secret square and win! T
he Secrecy Shields enhance the game play by providing a real focal point for your Telepathic powers so you can really try to concentrate to see if you can get that supernatural psychic advantage! With a minimal amount of pieces.
Telepathy is fast to set-up, easy to learn, and always provides a great mental challenge for hours and hours of play that never gets old.
For Ages 10 years and Up; Game Includes: 2 Telepathy Grid Boards, 2 Secrecy Shields with Stands, 2 Dry Erase Markers, 2 Dry Erase Wipe Cloths, Rule book.
The first visitors have arrived at Jurassic park to see its miraculous dinosaurs first hand.
But chaos has hit Isla nublar — the power is out, and the prehistoric creatures are on the hunt! One player controls the T. Rex, Dilophosaurus, and Velociraptor, prowling through the Jungle to attack the humans.
The other players team up as characters from the classic movie, struggling to get Jurassic park back online and escape the Island before they become prey!
Dare to search for the Golden City!
Assemble your expedition and lead It through the jungles of South America in this deck-building board game. You need to have a good plan, expert explorers, and the right equipment.
Will you choose the Scout, the photographer, or the Prop plane? It is up to you and your team to find the best route through the wilderness and to win the race to El Dorado! Every route is a new challenge.
Every game needs a new strategy! What is a “deck-building board game”? Each player starts with the same combination of cards – his or her deck.
Use the cards to move your expedition and to purchase new and better cards. Add those new cards to your deck to improve it.
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