Top 5 Favourite Spy Themed Party Board Games for the Family
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bra size kitty plays games of them require reading, which makes them appropriate for ages 3 or 4 and up.
Our kids are 4 and 6 and now that we have played them all together a number of times, they are also able to play most of them by themselves as well.
We have thebut I think any set of Go-Fish cards would be equally fun.
For Trouble, learning how to hold her cards and not tell everyone what was in her hand has been a big achievement in the past year, one that gave us no shortage of laughs along the way.
This iphone game you can play online pairing game is a classic for a reason.
It is also favorite games to play with family great one to take along on trips!
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Yes, but requires 3 or more players.
This game is proof that good things come in small packages, and this is another one that is easy to pack along on trips.
The concept is super simple, but it is fun—and challenging—for all ages.
Each of the round cards has a set of shapes and icons, but on each card only ONE icon matches an icon or shape on another card.
The challenge is to find which icon matches on your card and the center card before someone else does.
There are several variations on the game, all of which are fun and easy to learn.
This is a great game for helping kids build observation and attention skills!
There are nowsupposedly for younger kids, which look fun as well.
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She could play it all day long.
The player with the most snakes wins.
We have found that the kids enjoy playing this game long after the adults have gotten sick of it!
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We have favorite games to play with family this game to be particularly good for building concentration and attention skills!
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Yes but need help with set-up.
Players take turns spinning the wheel to see whether they will get to choose an acorn, get to steal from another player, or lose all their acorns to a windstorm.
My kids especially like picking their acorns with the little squirrel-shaped tongs.
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The overall concept is simple, but the strategy aspect makes it very challenging.
This is one game that the adults enjoy as much—if not more—than the kids!
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This absolute classic has been a family favorite for many years now.
Players pick a card and move to the colored space, sometimes getting lucky by moving ahead to a special character spot, and sometimes having to move all the way back.
I think of all the games we play, this one has been the best for teaching our girls how to be gracious winners and losers, and to deal with the disappointment of setbacks.
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A little confusing at first, but ultimate fun, exciting, and challenging, this one is definitely one that we are still growing into.
Kid Score: B+ Parent Score: B Independent Play?
Ours is thebut there are several other sets as well.
Our girls absolutely love this game and it will entertain favorite games to play with family together for hours at a time.
It is hilarious to hear the stories that they come up with on their own, and it has been really good source their narrative skills.
If you homeschool, it is an awesome language arts activity!
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It is fun, original, and very engaging for all ages.
The only drawback is that the board is BIG and cumbersome which for us usually means playing on the floor.
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Thanks for this great list!
My kids love games too and we are always looking for new ones.
We love Spot It!
We also really like Qwirkle and Rummikub.
Need to get that one!
I have to agree with the comment about Uno!
We love that one.
Great list — thanks for sharing!
Pinning and will add to my BufferApp to share on FB and Twitter later today.
For cards I would add Crazy Eights and Old Maid.
Our kids are a little older 6-12 for the ones at homebut we love the game Headbandz.
You pick a card from a stack, and without looking put it on your headband.
Then you have to try and guess what you picked by asking questions.
Other games we play often are Uno, Clue the card gameand Monopoly.
We just got Headbandz too and my 4 year old loves it!
Entertaining for all ages!
We have loved Hiss for years.
Great for 4 year olds and up- fast paced but allows younger players a sense of accomplishment because you collect snakes as you go.
So even if your little one does not have the most cards to win, they have a chance collect something as you play.
Thanks for sharing your favorites.
We just receieved The Sneaky Sancky Squirrel Game as a gift.
I keep it in my purse so we can play at restaurants.
Thank you for the wonderful reviews!
Our children have started to enjoy playing games this year and we would love to add some new ones to our collection.
Our boys love Thomas Uno and Dino Dig Monopoly both specifically designed for this age group and our 7 year old really enjoys playing Battleship.
Another Spot It fan here.
We also like Spuzzle.
You each are making 4 piece puzzles of different animals based on cards you turn over, but can force players to take a piece off uncompleted ones, or draw a wild card to choose your piece.
Many on this list are new to me.
I will have to check them out!
Thank you so much for sharing them!
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Thank you for your blog.
Great collection of board games.
It is really great that these type of toys are available today which stimulates the educational skills of our kids while keeping them occupied and happy.
Based on your recommendations, I purchased Hiss, Spot it and Tell Me A Story.
I have a 2 and 5 year old and we love playing games.
Starting to play a few of those with my 5 year old but usually have to modify a bit.
Games are SO good for them!
A SUPER fun learning game for elementary aged kids through adults is called 24.
I love playing the version that has add, subtract, multiply and divide to get to 24.
I taught 5th grade and my students loved this game.
My husband and I even like playing it together.
Our new favorite is Sequence for Kids!
My boys are 2.
My husband and I love the original Sequence so this kid version is perfect for our family.
No independent play yet but perfect for family game nights.
The Sneaky Snacky Squirrel one is pretty simple, and our kids started playing Candyland at 2.
It really depends on the child at that age!
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We love Spot It as well and I have read several good reviews for the Squirrel game — going to have to try.
Your little one may still be too young, but around age 5 is a great time to start playing Blokus.
That is a great family game that was recommended to me and now we love it!
You have to play with at least 2 players — it is a strategy game.
Two games, my girls love are Uno and Cadoo.
Cadoo is like a kids version of Cranium where you draw, sculpt, answer riddles etc.
It is rated 7+ but my 5 year old loves it!
When we play as a family my husband or I help her a bit.
It was a great investment — but I would say it is worth full price if you cannot find a complete used set.
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My kids are 2.
We love Monopoly Deal.
The other game, probably just for adults is called Rage.
It can be super fun and frustrating at the same time.
My kids also love Sorry and when yours get a little bigger, Beat the Parents.
My nephews, 4 and 9, love playing UNO and Guess Who.
We have learn more here help the 4 year old a bit but he can do a lot on read more own.
It helped my son with recognition.
Players choose pajama tops and bottoms 5 each for their cat on the board and stack them up.
Players take turns rolling dice and moving a continue reading around the board tiles.
Each tile is a different color or pattern.
Keeps young ones entertained.
Ages 3-6 Rat-a-tat Cat is our favorite.
It is also great for adding single digit numbers and learning value.
I read this looking for games to play with my grandkids.
Got reminded of some old favorites and intrigued by some new names.
Once your kids can read, Munchkin is a great card game not recommended for those with religious sensibilities against magic, faeries, monsters, etc.
There are umpteen versions some are less kid friendly than others …stick to the original and avoid expansion packs until the kids are about 10.
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Great list of family board games.
Best thing I liked about this list of games is that child can play these games by themselves without much reading.
Recently I purchased cloud hopper as a birthday gift for my nephew on his 6th birthday.
It is also very fun, easy to understand simple addition and subtraction game.
He is really enjoying this game and we play this game every weekend.
I love your list.
Thank you for sharing.
My kids also like Hoot Owl Hoot and Spot It.
Mom likes them too!
No stress chess, original memory, candyland, ticket to ride, ruckus, blokus and tell me a story etc.
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There are some educational family games also.
I just have visited an article of math board game, the addition game Pet me.
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