Sunday, April 8, 2018

Six Great Games for Kids: A Lucky Winner Gets to Choose One to Call their Own!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.


You may remember my post on the adorable and very fun Jumping Jack game I got my granddaughter for Easter. Such a great game for the kids, regardless of their age (my three grown kids were playing it too!). That selection was from Goliath Games, and they have a whole slew of others for sale, that I think you are also going to love. One lucky winner, will get to choose the game of their choice from those we talk about today (including Jumping Jack). Let's start with Domino Rally Ultra Power...




This game is intense! With two zig zag stairs, four tracks (two curved, two straight), a plane launcher (that launches), and over 150 brightly colored dominoes, this is a set that is going to keep you and the kids busy for quite awhile. Set up isn't instant, but the gratification of the time spent putting it together is totally worth it!


I like that kids can do this as a solo effort or in a group. There are a lots of parts and pieces, so in addition to teaching the fine art of building, it also has the ability to teach collaboration if you have chosen to work together. There are some small parts, and it is a bit challenging, so this one is recommended for children ages 6+.


Luckily, the instructions are very thorough and easy to follow. We are having a blast putting this together and are doing a little bit each day after school. I cannot wait for the grand finale. This game is Choice #1 for the giveaway.


Choice #2 for the giveaway is Jumping Jack. This game is adorable, cute and fun and because it has a bunny, I gifted it to my granddaughter for Easter. This is the one I told you even the grown kids (and me too!!) all like to play. You can read my entire review on that game, if you have not already, by clicking here. It really is one of our all-time faves now, and this game gets played a lot!


Choice #3 is Giggle Wiggle. This is for ages 4+ (it has small parts), 2-4 players. The concept is easy, and because it has music and wiggles, you know the littles are going to get their own giggles (and probably wiggles ;) ) when they are playing.


Giggle Wiggle is a cute caterpillar with hands and feet to spare! Race to place your colored marbles from his bottom row of hands all the way to the top as he wiggles to the music! Watch out — Giggle will try to knock off your marbles! If he does, just pick them up and keep racing. Giggle Wiggle is a twist turning race-to-the-top game for 2-4 players, ages 4 and up!


Choices #4 and #5 for the giveaway are SMATH and Make7.

SMATH
SMATH is a game that reminds me of scrabble, but instead of making words, you are making math equations. This is for 2-4 players and is recommended for ages 6+ It is really the kind of game that gets you thinking. This game from Pressman is challenging for kids, and it's good practice for the kids (and the adults) too!


Make7, also from Pressman is a connect the numbers tile game that also poses a bit of a thinking challenge for those who play. My gradmother definitely would have picked this one as her fave of the bunch. This kind of game was right up her alley, and we love it too! Games that incorporate effortless learning are always a big plus for family game nights (or days).

Challenge your friend and your mind with Make 7, the STEM game with an exciting twist that always adds up to fun! Players take turns dropping one tile down into any slot on the console. Just remember one simple rule – a 3 can only be placed so it lands on a RED square. The first player to get their color tiles to add up to 7 in any direction wins! Easy release knob on side of console allows to quickly release the tiles and you're ready to play again! Can you Make 7? For 2 players, ages 7 and up.


This is the classic wordsearch game (which I have always loved!) taken off of paper and brought to life in a board game! This is Choice #6 for the giveaway.

The race is on with this exciting version of the classic hidden word puzzle–it turns a solitary activity into a fun group word game as players go on a word search. Rotate the specially-designed circular board to reveal the word that the players will race to find on this turn. Everyone plays at once, and the first player to locate the word marks it with see-through colored tiles. With twists and turns that allow players to remove tiles played by competitors, Wordsearchers find the hidden word puzzles make a great game for kids and families to play together (and to boggle their minds with!). The player with the most tiles on the board at the end wins. For 2-4 players, ages 7 and up.
Create your own custom Wordsearch cards with the online Puzzle Generator. It’s super quick and easy! Visit http://www.wordsearch.eu and enter up to 20 of your own unique words to generate a customized puzzle board, and then download and print. The word combinations are endless! Create hours of fun for the whole family with the Wordsearch Puzzle Generator.
Game Contents:
  • 464 Words to Search for in 16 Different Puzzles
  • Wordsearch Game Board
  • 8 Double-sided Game Cards
  • 280 Marking Tiles (70 Red, 70 Yellow, 70 Green, 70 Blue)
  • Illustrated Instructions
There's a Giveaway!


To recap, these are the (6) games I mentioned. A lucky winner gets one to call their own!! US entrants only. Which one do you like best?


51 comments:

  1. Sure some fun and interactive ones there. Smath may drive math haters insane lol

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  2. Oh, domino rally for sure! I loved that as a kid.

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  3. I'd go for Wordsearch. That looks like the most fun to me.

    Have a fabulous Sunday. ♥

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  4. Wordsearch looks like it would be a fun family game to play.

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  5. I would pick Domino Rally Ultra Power.

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  6. Giggle Wiggle for my youngest grand. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  7. Oh those all look fun!!! Maybe Domino run? Or the word search one.. We just got the bunny one this Easter ;)

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  8. I would pick Jumping Jack, looks fun

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  9. Would like the Domino Rally.

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  10. The Jumping Jack game looks pretty cute.

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  11. I like the looks of Wordsearch! I've always liked doing the traditional newspaper style puzzles and I think doing them multiplayer could up the ante a bit.

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  12. I think my nieces would enjoy Jumping Jack.

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  13. I think Isaak would like Domino Rally Ultra Power! We'll have a game giveaway go up here today, or tomorrow. I'm going to try and get it up today. :)

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  14. I would probably pick the Word Search! Looks fun!

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  15. I would pick Giggle Wiggle for my little twin grandkids.

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  16. Wordsearch looks like a fun one!

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  17. I think my kids would love Wordsearch!

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  18. Such fun choices! I am addicted to word games, so Wordsearch would be at the top of my list for family game night!

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  19. Word Search looks like it could be fun to play.

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  20. I would choose Wordsearch. Thanks.
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  21. Definitely Domino Rally! HI GIRLFRIEND! HAVEN'T STOPPED BY IN A COONS AGE!!! So sorry, but I saw you in my buttons column & I said time to say HI to an old dear friend! Sooooooo HI GIRLFRIEND! hugs... How are you??? I'm doing fine & just trying to get the ol' blog goin' again & want to go full force. Hope you can stop by some time too! BIG HUGS & just helpin' out with the give away! My husband loves dominos so I thought I'd go with this one & if not I know my grandkids would love to play too! Have a wonderful day!!

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  22. My family would have so much fun with Domino Rally.

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  23. Smath looks interesting to play with numbers

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  24. Hard to choose but I'd pick either Marke 7 or the Wordsearch game. Thanks for the giveaway

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  25. I would like the game Make7
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  26. My kids would probably like to play Domino Rally.

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  27. I'd choose either Domino Rally Ultra Power or Wordsearch.

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  28. I would choose the Word Search game. Thanks!

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  29. I would pick Domino Rally Ultra Power. It looks like a lot of fun for whole family.

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  30. Definitely gotta go with Domino Rally!

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  31. i am a big fan of board games, and these are really unique

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  32. The Word Search one looks fun!

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  33. I would pick 464 Words to Search for in 16 Different Puzzles.

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  34. I would pick Domino Rally because I'm all about the ACTION!

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