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Juvenile Board Games Collection

Juveline Board Game Collection

The Juvenile Board Game Collection combines family play fun with early skills development! The collection is designed for preschoolers, ages 2 and up, with some games appropriate for ages 3 or 4 and up.

The games provide fun for the entire family, even the youngest members! In addition, while playing the games, young children gain valuable early literacy and developmental skills. For example: fine motor skills; hand-eye coordination; object recognition; cooperation; color and shape recognition; taking turns; understanding rules; memory; sense of touch; matching; counting; following instructions; concentration; developing teamwork; language skills; imagination and sorting.

Board games collections are housed in all branches of Harford County Public Library. They can be placed on hold, sent to any branch in the library system and returned to any branch.

View the list of Juvenile Board Games in the Catalog or Print the list.

Circulation parameters:

  • Board Games can be requested
  • Board Games can be checked out for 7 days
  • Board Games can be renewed twice, provided there are no holds
  • One board game per card may be checked out
  • There is a $2.00 per day late fee

Title List:

My Very First Games: Tidy Up!

My Very First Games: Tidy Up!

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: Skills Building: Fine motor skills; hand-eye coordination; speech; object recognition and placement

  • A cooperative tidy up game for 1-3 little cleaner-uppers ages 2 years and up. Includes matching and competitive game variations
  • All day long, Tiptop has been playing in his room. All of his toys are scattered around his room. Now, it is evening and time to tidy up his room.
  • Mommy says "Please tidy up our room before dinner, so you can find your toys when you play again tomorrow!” But what goes where? Tiptop is baffled. Give Tiptop a hand! Together you can help him put his toys neatly in the right place on the toy shelf.
  • Contents Include: 1 game shelf (= assembled in game box), 1 Tomcat Tiptop, 18 toy tiles (6x building blocks, 6x stuffed animals, 6x vehicles), 3 toy chests, 1 set of instructions

My Very First Games: Animal Upon Animal

My Very First Games: Animal Upon Animal

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: Skills Buiding: Fine motor skills; cooperation; following rules

  • This simplified version of HABA's classic game is made especially for the needs of toddlers and preschoolers. A great first game for children to learn the rules and structure of organized play.
  • There's pandemonium on the farm! Who can stack the hen on top of the sheep? And is there any space left for the dog? Includes 2 stacking games and a co-operative game variation for 1-4 players.
  • Contents: 2 cows, 2 pigs, 2 hens, 1 sheep, 1 dog, 1 rabbit, 1 die with symbols, 1 shamrock meadow, 1 flower meadow, 2 bushes, 9 suns, Set of game instructions.
  • Winner of 6 prestigious toy awards including National Parenting Center Seal of Approval, Dr. Toy Best 100 children's products and 2010 Top Toy Award

My Very First Games: Eeny, Meeny, Moo

My Very First Games: Eeny, Meeny, Moo

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: fine motor skills; concentration; language skills; recognition and allocation of colors and images

  • Two amusing memory games for 1 to 3 children aged 2 and up.
  • Where will I find you? Farm animals play hide & seek. Who wants to help search for them? Eagle eyes and an elephant's memory win this farm theme hide & seek game.
  • Features two amusing memory games with increasing complexity. Game duration approximately 5-10 minutes.
  • Contents include: 18 animal tiles (3 each: rooster, dog cat, cow, sheep, pig) 3 houses, 2 roofs, 1 game instructions

My Very First Games: First Orchard

My Very First Games: First Orchard

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: cooperation; social skills; color recognition; teach counting by ones; understanding game rules

  • A simplified variation of the classic "Orchard" game adapted to suit players ages 2+, this game has been enjoyed by families for over 30 years. Suitable for 1-4 players. Playing time: About 10 minutes.
  • Game Idea: Working as a team, the children try to pick the fruits from the trees before the raven reaches the end of the path.
  • If the players succeed in harvesting all the fruit before the raven reaches the orchard, they win together! If the raven gets there first, they lose together against the quick, ravenous raven.
  • Contents Include: 1 raven, 1 fruit basket, 4 green apples, 4 red apples, 4 yellow pears, 4 blue plums, 5 path cards, 4 trees, 1 color-symbol die, set of game instructions. This set can also be used as a pretend play set of solid, wooden fruit.

My Very First Games: Feeling & Touching

My Very First Games: Feeling & Touching

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: matching; shapes; memory; sense of touch; introduction to game play

  • Focused on memory and sense of Touch, this game can be adapted into different activities and is a perfect introduction to game play for ages 2 and up.
  • Includes: soft fabric sheep (with opening to hide objects inside), 12 wooden food pieces that are safe for children to put in their mouths, one drawstring bag and 6 shamrock award tokens.
  • Suitable for 1 to 2 players with playing time of approximately 10 minutes.

My Very First Games: Counting Fun

My Very First Games: Counting Fun

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: counting; animal names; following instructions

  • This adorable first counting game includes look closely assignments. Play a game within number ranges 1-10 or 1-5. Perfect for ages 2 and up.
  • A game collection of 3 games plus ideas for free-play. Contents: 1 game board (made of 6 puzzle pieces), 1 farmer Tim, 12 cloverleaves, 12 animal kid tiles, 1 die.
  • Farmer Tim wants to check that everything is in order on the meadow and feed clover leaves to the animal kids!
  • But the rascals are playing tag and happily frolic about! Farmer Tim soon loses track. Can you help Tim count and feed the animal kids? A bouncy counting game for ages 2 and up!

My Very First Games: Go, Go Little Penguin

My Very First Games: Go, Go Little Penguin

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: understanding of game rules; counting; taking turns

  • The penguin mommies and their babies live on an island. But the tasty fish is on the mainland, and the penguin babies don't know how to swim yet.
  • Luckily, there are plenty of stones, logs and planks jutting out of the water so the penguin babies can hop with their mommies from one to the next.
  • Which penguin twosome will be the first to reach the plate on the mainland and gobble up the two tasty fish?
  • A first competitive racing game for 2 to 3 penguin fans 2 years and older. Game duration: approx 5-10 minutes.
  • Game contents: 3 penguin mommies, 3 penguin babies, 1 game board, 2 fish, 1 die, game instructions

My Very First Games: Bubble Bath Bunny

My Very First Games: Bubble Bath Bunny

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: fine motor skills; concentration and language skills; understanding game rules; recognizing and naming colors and shapes; memory

  • This fun game of rolling a die and searching for the matching color or picture is a great first game for ages 2 and up.
  • Encourages fine motor skills, color and shape recognition, memory and first understanding of game rules.
  • Includes 3 Game variations plus options for free-play. Suitable for 2-4 players. Playing time: Approx 5 minutes.
  • Contents include: 1 bathtub (game box), 1 cardboard insert, 1 water surface, 1 bubble bath bunny, 2 ducks, 12 tiles, 1 die and a set of game instructions.

My Very First Games: Flower Fairy

My Very First Games: Flower Fairy

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: recognizing and matching colors and shapes; developing team spirit; fine motor skills; concentration

  • Flower fairy Rosalina flits all over the place scattering her magic dust .... and already the flowers near the pond and on the meadow are beginning to bud. The children help Rosalina care for the flowers and together make sure the new flowers flourish.
  • This cooperative stacking and color matching game for 1-3 children ages 2 + includes variation about matching of shapes for older children.
  • The My Very First Games series is a great way to introduce game-play to your toddler and play together

My Very First Games: Hanna Honeybee

My Very First Games: Hanna Honeybee

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: recognizing and naming colors; taking turns; following directions

  • Two cooperative color die games for 1 to 4 busy bees ages 2 years and older. Playing time 5 to 10 minutes.
  • Hanna Honeybee collects nectar to bring back to the hive. Hanna's friends wait to turn the nectar into sweet honey. Who will help Hanna make enough honey to fill the whole honey pot?
  • Roll a die and move the wooden Hanna token to a flower of that color. Insert the tile into the box and the honey that comes out is placed in the honey pot. Work together to get to 6 honey tiles.
  • Be careful! If you roll a wilted flower then one of the flowers is removed from the game. Game contents: 1 beehive (= insertion and box bottom), 1 Hanna Honeybee, 10 flower tiles, 1 honey pot (= deposit board), 1 die, 1 game instructions.

My Very First Games: Here, Fishy Fishy!

My Very First Games: Here, Fishy Fishy!

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: first understanding of game rules; hand-eye coordination; concentration

  • In free play children experiment with the fishing rod, the sea and all the sea dwellers, bringing them to life in the most imaginative way.
  • The game with rules acquaints children with first game rules and how to apply them. Fishing with the rod fosters hand-eye coordination in particular and strengthens concentration skills.
  • Contents include: 1 rod with worm, 6 sea dwellers, 1 sea (bottom part of the box), 4 collecting boards (with five toys to pop out) and 1 die with symbols.
  • A fishing game for 1-4 children, age 2+. Playing time 5-10 minutes.

My Very First Games: Hungry as a Bear

My Very First Games: Hungry as a Bear

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: fine motor skills; memory; developing language skills

  • Little bear is starving! He needs to eat his fruits and vegetables! Arrange the servings on the plate, roll the die and use the spoon to feed him the food that matches the picture on the die.
  • Fosters memory, dexterity and language skills. For solo play or for up to 3 players. Recommended for toddlers ages 2+
  • Includes 3 game variations: Feeding Game, memory game and guessing game.
  • Contents include: bear pop-up with hat, 12 food servings (in 6 colors), plate, spoon, die.
  • Packaged in strong, reusable box with lid. Detailed game instructions included

My Very First Games: Little Builders

My Very First Games: Little Builders

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: first understanding of game play; cooperation; hand-eye coordination; imagination

  • Matt has many plans for the colorful houses that have to be built today. The children help Tim the laborer transport new building blocks from the quarry to the construction sites.
  • Time, passes quicker than you might think. Will you finish your houses in time before Matt and Tim's working day is over? Perfect for 1-3 players ages 2 and up.
  • Contents: construction site (game box), play ï¬gure Matt, truck with worker Tim, 12 building blocks, 1 sun, 6 building lots, 1 die, Set of game instructions.

My First Games: Little Garden

My First Games: Little Garden

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: getting acquainted with complexities in nature; developing team spirit; fine motor skills; color recognition

  • Gardener Gabriel wants to grow strawberries, carrots and tulips. Can you help him plant, water and weed the patches? Meanwhile, Molly Mole is busily burrowing her molehill. Who will be quicker, the children or Molly?
  • Little Garden is designed with beginning gamers in mind to encourage development of fine motor skills, concentration, language skills and color recognition. Perfect for Ages 2+.
  • This game playfully familiarizes children with the life cycle of garden plants (sowing, sprouting, blossoming, harvesting)!
  • A cooperative color game for 1 to 3 players that includes variations for both nimble and professional gardeners. Thus game play can vary based on age and experience. Contents include: game board, Gardener Gabriel, 3 x 3 patch cards (strawberries, carrots and tulips), Molly Mole, molehill (= 3 tiles), color die, watering can, wheelbarrow, bucket of carrots, basket of strawberries, bouquet of tulips, set of game instructions.

My Very First Games: Teddy’s Colors & Shapes

My Very First Games: Teddy’s Colors & Shapes

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: distinguishing colors and shapes; motor skills; close observation; cooperation; memory

  • When delving into the carefully illustrated world of Teddy, children become acquainted with different colors and shapes through playing.
  • The two cooperative games with rules then consolidate this knowledge. Suitable for 1-4 players. Playing time approximately 5 minutes.
  • The pieces to puzzle in free play are not just fun as they also foster motor skills and the recognition of details. Comes with 8 wooden pieces, 2 die and instructions.

Go Away Monster!

Go Away Monster!

Recommended for Ages 3 and up
Type of Game: fine motor skills; shape identification; visual discrimination

  • Too many monsters? Reach into the bag and feel around to find the pieces that fit your bedroom game board. If you pull out a monster, don’t be scared… just tell that silly old thing to go away. Then get rid of it for good by tossing it into the monster pit and out of your room. You take charge, and the monsters take off! Teaches shape recognition, sharing and cooperation, and best of all, a master over those pesky nighttime monsters!
  • Includes 4 bedroom boards, 8 monsters, 16 bedroom pieces, 1 cloth bag and rules of play

Feed the Kitty

Feed the Kitty

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: fine motor skills; visual discrimination

  • Roll the dice but don't lose your mice! In this fast moving game, try to keep your mice away from the kitty. Roll an arrow and pass one to the left. Roll a sleeping cat and you're lucky to squeak by. But roll a bowl and it's dinner time for kitty! The last player left with mice wins.
  • Contains 20 wooden mice; 2 custom dice; kitty bowl; rule of play

Hisss

Hisss

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: color identification; counting; cooperation

  • In this simple, elegant card game, players match colors and make snakes from heads to tails. Long snakes, short snakes, purple, yellow and rainbow snakes. Finish a snake and add it to your snake pit. The player with the most snakes at the end of the game wins.
  • Contains 50 durable cards and rules of play

Cha-Cha Chihuahua: the game of dancing doggies

Cha-Cha Chihuahua: the game of dancing doggies

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: fine motor skills; visual discrimination; color identification

  • Jump, jive, and wag your tail! Draw cards to get these peppy perritos to join your doggy dance-a-thon. Paw away another player's pups with some fetching food, but watch out for “siesta” cards that will send your dog-tired dancers straight to the Nap Shack! End the party with the most Chihuahuas on your dance floor and you're the cha-cha-champ!
  • Contains 30 cards; 20 Chihuahua figures; 4 dance floors and one nap shack

Candyland

Candyland

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: color recognition; counting; taking turns; following directions

  • Celebrating over 65 years of great family fun, this classic edition of Candy Land features the charming graphics and components from the game's early days. Candy Land was created in the 1940's and has been a favorite "first" game of children ever since.
  • Millions of young children have learned how to recognize colors, practice counting and acquire the skills of taking turns and following directions, all with the help of this delightful game to the pink-frosted Home Sweet Home wins the game! Playing Time 15-20 minutes for 2-4 players.
  • Contents include a Bi-fold, heavy duty game board, 4 plastic gingerbread men movers, a deck of 64 cards and Instructions that includes "The Story of Candy Land".

Chutes and Ladders

Chutes and Ladders

Recommended for Ages 3 and up
Type of Game: taking turns; number recognition

  • Up the ladders and down the chutes
  • For 2-4 players ages 3-7
  • Classic game challenges you to scramble to the top of the gameboard without slip-sliding down!
  • Land on good deeds to climb ladders
  • Watch out for the slide
  • The first player to reach the 100 square wins
  • Includes gameboard, spinner with arrow, 4 pawns with plastic stands and instructions.

The Ladybug Game

The Ladybug Game

Recommended for Ages 3 and up
Type of Game: reinforces numbers and counting; taking turns

  • Help the ladybugs find their way home! Children lead their Ladybug home to the Rose Garden while avoiding the Praying Mantis and collecting aphids to feed the Lazy Ants! Adorable graphics, enchanting story and easy play make it a fun game!
  • Child’s perfect first board game - supports reading and counting! The thoughtfully designed playing cards helps nurture early readers and counters with colors, numbers and symbols. Children learn quickly and play independently in no time!
  • Award winning game! The Parents’ Choice Foundation calls The Ladybug Game “a colorful and lively little board game for beginner game players.”
  • PLAYERS: For 2 to 4 players. AGES: 3 years and up. GAME TIME: Approximately 20 minutes.

Hoot Owl Hoot!

Hoot Owl Hoot!

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: cooperation; matching; simple strategy

  • Hoot Owl Hoot is the award winning color-coded cooperative matching game with two play levels so it will grow with your child
  • Players work together to help the owls fly back to their nest before the sun comes up; if they are successful everyone wins
  • Children learn simple strategy and social development skills with no reading required
  • For 2 to 4 players ages 4 years and older

Snail’s Pace Race

Snail’s Pace Race

Recommended for Ages 3 and up
Type of Game: cooperative play; color recognition

  • 2-6 players
  • Playing time: 15 minutes
  • Contents: 6 wooden snails, 2 colored dice, 1 playing board and instructions

Spot it Alphabet!

Spot it Alphabet!

Recommended for Ages 3 and up
Type of Game: letter recognition; brain-eye association; visual perception; attention; fine motor skills

  • Fast Paced action game
  • Play and learn your ABCs & colors. Perfect for preschoolers!
  • There is always one, and only one, matching letter between any two cards. Spot it to win!

Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game!

Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game!

Recommended for Ages 3 and up
Type of Game: matching; sorting; strategic thinking; hand-eye coordination; fine motor skills and pre-handwriting skills; color learning; turn-taking

  • Sneak in the fun of learning colors with the Sneaky, Snacky, Squirrel Game by Educational Insights. Your forest friends are hungry and they need your help! Spin the spinner, squeeze the matching colored acorn with your Squirrel Squeezer, and place it into your log. Be the first to fill your log with delicious acorns and you win! You could also spin 'pick an acorn,' 'steal an acorn;' or 'lose an acorn,' so be strategic, little squirrel.
  • Contains Sneaky Squirrel Squeezer; 20 colored acorns; 4 logs; spinner and game board

Frida’s Fruit Fiesta Game

Frida’s Fruit Fiesta Game

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: letter/alphabet recognition; matching; fine motor skills; strategic thinking; encourages social skills and turn taking

  • Learn letters with Frida! It’s lunchtime in the rainforest and Frida is collecting letters for her little ones. Spin, find, squeeze, and set four letters in a row first to win this fruity preschool letter game.
  • Spin the spinners and collect the matching letters with your Frida Squeezer. The first to collect four letters in a row wins!
  • Perfect for preschoolers—helps teach the letters of the alphabet through play.
  • Includes rainforest game board, 26 fruit bowls, Frida Squeezer, 4 nest cards, 1 triple letter spinner, and instructions.

Sophie’s Seashell Scramble

Sophie’s Seashell Scramble

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: fine motor skills; hand-eye coordination; matching; turn taking and sharing

  • Help Sophie the Otter find yummy shells to eat in this pattern-matching spin and swim game!
  • Includes Sophie the Otter Squeezer, 20 shells in 5 patterns, spinner, and 4 shell snack mats.

Teddy Mix & Match

Teddy Mix & Match

Recommended for Ages 2 1/2 and up
Type of Game: matching; recognition; memory; turn taking

  • Can you find the teddy bear pairs?
  • The large, extra thick cards are perfect for little hands to work with as they hunt for the pairs of bears.
  • 24 shaped cards will reveal 12 cute teddy bear pairs.

Alphabet Go Fish!

Alphabet Go Fish!

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: letter recognition; letter sounds; simple strategy; taking turns

  • Similar to the original, fish for pairs of alphabet letters. Fun colorful cards show capital and lowercase with corresponding artwork and words to help little ones learn to read.
  • A classic introduction to card games; Kids learn how to read letters, letter/object association, simple words, simple strategy, how to hold cards, how to deal them & take turns.
  • 2-6 Players ages 4 and up can enjoy Alphabet Go Fish in this delightful 52 card deck complete with instructions, parent learning prompts and sturdy, easy-to-open packaging.

Alphabet Bingo

Alphabet Bingo

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: letter recognition; turn taking

  • Alphabet Bingo is a fun twist on an old classic that turns bingo into a letter learning game!
  • Reach into the token bag and pull out a letter token - if you have a match you're on your way to BINGO!!
  • Kids learn letter recognition, uppercase letters and letter/object associations through play
  • Includes 6 game boards, 26 letter tokens (1 each of every alphabet letter) and 72 chips to mark your matches
  • For 2 to 6 players ages 4 years and older

My Very First Games: One, Two Hoparoo

My Very First Games: One, Two Hoparoo

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: counting; number ranges from 1-5; understanding of game play

  • This game encourages first counting within the number range 1 to 5, first understanding of game rules and free-play.
  • Roll the die to find out how many steps your frog can make. On the caringly illustrated game boards there are many more details with which to explore the number range from 1 to 5.
  • Contents: 1 frog pond (game box), 1 meadow game board (printed on both sides), 2 frogs, 3 building blocks (frogs staircase), 1 die with dots, 1 die with dots and symbols, set of game instructions.
  • This 2 person game has a playing time of approximately 5 minutes.

Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes Game

Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes Game

Recommended for Ages 3 and up
Type of Game: memory; taking turns; simple strategy; imaginative play

  • Find the missing cupcakes!
  • Players work together to get the cupcakes back from Grumpy Toad
  • Kids sing songs, act out physical activities, and identify favorite animals, foods, and words
  • Fun board game for 2 to 4 players, ages 3 and up

Snug as a Bug in a Rug: a Counting, Colors & Shapes Game

Snug as a Bug in a Rug: a Counting, Colors & Shapes Game

Recommended for Ages 3 and up
Type of Game: color, number, shape recognition; matching; concept of big and little; taking turns; cooperation

  • All the colorful bugs need your help to get safe and snug before the stinkbugs show up and stink up the place! A fun cooperative and matching game for children.
  • Cooperative games cultivate emotional development, shared decision making, positive self esteem, creative problem solving and develop a sense of community in a non-stressful play environment.
  • 2-4 players ages 3 and up; 3 levels of play grow with your child. INCLUDES: 1 board game with built-in-spinner, 24 colorful bugs, 3 stink bugs, 1 die and instructions for 3 game levels

Feed the Woozle

Feed the Woozle

Recommended for Ages 3 and up
Type of Game: gross motor skills; dexterity; balance; counting; body awareness; taking turns

  • The Woozle loves to eat hairy pickles and fuzzy donuts. Can you help feed him 12 crazy treats before all the snacks are gone? A monstrous game of mixed up fun!
  • Comes with three levels so it grows with your child. Kids ages 3 and up work together to help feed the Woozle. No reading required, so even the smallest can participate!
  • From 2-5 kids ages 3 and older can enjoy Feed the Woozle. Includes: 1 stand up woozle, spinner, spoon, die and game cards. Game play is approximately 15 minutes.

Shelby’s Snack Shack Counting Game

Shelby’s Snack Shack Counting Game

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: number recognition; counting; adding and subtracting; fine motor skills; hand-eye coordination

  • Shelby, the pug, buried her bones in the sand and needs your help collecting them. Help her find her bones in this fun, fast preschool game.
  • Spin the spinner and use the adorable Shelby Squeezer to fill your dog bowl with the number of bones you spun. Collect the most bones, and you win!
  • For 2-4 players, so siblings can get in on the pug-tastic fun, too!
  • INCLUDES colorful game board (which doubles as storage), 1 Shelby Squeezer, 40 bones, 4 bowls, 1 double game spinner, and game guide.

Bunny Peek a Boo

Bunny Peek a Boo

Recommended for Ages 2 and up
Type of Game: math; math reasoning; shapes; special perception; problem-solving

  • A fun, brain-building game for children as young as two years old
  • Manufactured with high quality rubber wood
  • Introduces children Ages 2-5 to new math concepts
  • Sixty challenges; Challenge difficulty gradually increases as skills develop

Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: spatial insight; problem-solving; concentration; logic

SmartGames Little Red Riding Hood is an enchanting puzzle game for young children. Can you help Red Riding Hood find Grandma’s house in the forest? Can you out-smart the wolf when he appears?

Play Little Red Riding Hood by arranging the puzzle pieces on the gameboard so that a direct path is created from Red Riding Hood to Grandma's house. Then, in the last 24 challenges, players have to create two paths: one for Red Riding Hood, and the other for the Wolf! A great introduction to Spatial Insight, Planning and Problem-Solving skills for kids.

Little Red Riding Hood also includes a family-friendly picture book with a SmartGames 'twist' on the original tale.

  • A great brain game for young children
  • 48 challenges plus a family-friendly picture book
  • Challenges utilize key cognitive skills

Three Little Piggies

Three Little Piggies

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: early spatial insight, planning; problem-solving

Can you help these three smart pigs build their houses? Can you set them up so that the pigs can play outside? If you spot the wolf can you help the pigs stay safe inside their houses? Three Little Piggies is a great brain game for young children. It features 3 big puzzle pieces that are easy to hold, and kids will be intrigued by the way the pigs fit inside the houses and look through the windows. The game includes a story book with images and booklet with 48 challenges (24 with the wolf and 24 without).

  • A wonderful early logic game for preschoolers
  • Makes learning fun
  • A familiar theme for kids
  • Single player game. 48 challenges (24 with the wolf and 24 without)
  • Includes a colorful picture book

Silly Street

Silly Street

Recommended for Ages 4 and up
Type of Game: social skills; communication; creativity; teamwork; confidence; dramatic play

  • Learn & explore & grow through play! 1 giant 40" puzzle board, 55 silly cards, 4 solid wood game pieces, 1 cotton storage bag
  • Includes many types of play: dramatic, communication, creative, interpretive, competitive, teamwork. Helps build character traits like confidence, grit, adaptability, communication and creativity.
  • Join us as we pretend, move, sing and compete our way down silly street!