2019 Games Gift Guide
Set the technology aside and take advantage of all the great things that playing games has to offer your child. Children who play board games have opportunities to develop math and reading skills, learn problem solving, sharing, logic, reasoning, patience and so much more. There are so many benefits! Today we are sharing some of our favorite new finds in the GAMES department that we think you family will love!
Get ready to dance and sing-along to the tune of “wheels on the bus” As you roll all through the town with an electronic bus that really sings! Be the first to collect all the parts of the bus from the song to win. This is a great game for your preschooler.
I'll be honest, I wasn't sure about this game at first but I'm going to lie, we have laughed and laughed playing this game! In Doggie Doo, you feed your cute doggie, and squeeze the leash until…plop! Learn responsibility by cleaning up after your dog. Kids were engaged and didn't want to stop playing!
These dominoes are perfect for little hands. Use the dominoes to set up stunts. This game provides hands on fun for hours.
Putt the ball into the gator's mouth to score. Score and he will toss your ball back with his tail for more golfing fun. The box says it's for ages three and up but my almost two year old loves this!
How much can you hang before he goes twaaang?! Orangutwang is a fun, suspenseful and wild game. Take turns hanging fruit and jungle friends on the Orangutan, but watch out! At some point, he'll be holding too much and he'll spring up and send the fruit and friends flying!
Prepare for anticipation and laughter with this game! Feed the pig and watch him get bigger until he pops! Teaches numbers, colors and counting.
Kids are in control with their musical creation! This unique activity includes 15 musical Instruments, 5 musical styles, and 3 ways to play. Download the app to create cool music videos too!
We hope that you love our holiday list of GAMES. Check out other great gift guides from Kreative in Life by clicking here. We only post toys and games that we own and my kids have personally played with, I used in my classroom or I have reviewed. Some toys we purchased and others companies sent us for review but we only suggest toys we believe are a good fit for young learners. This post also includes affiliate links which means we make a very small commission off of your purchases but that does not affect the price of your purchase.