Finding quality time to spend with the family seems to get harder and harder. Everyone’s schedule is so full lately, so I am bringing my family back together for the return of family game night at Mama’s house! It’s a family tradition that we started many years ago with our eldest, before the girls. Once our family dynamic changed, we had to expand our game selection to accommodate the girls. Now we take advantage of school holiday breaks and weekends when we can for family game night, which used to be held exclusively on Thursday nights. To celebrate the holidays I’ve once again partnered with Wonder Forge to check out all the new family friendly games they’ve recently released. With games for kids and adults of all ages, they’ve got family game night covered.
Return of the Family Game Night
Dr. Seuss Thing Two Thing One Whirly Fun Game – Ages 4 & up with 1 or more players.
$16.99 on sale at Amazon $9.97
With Mother out of the house for the day, The Cat in the Hat has brought Thing One and Thing Two to play! Oh, but these Things run about with bumps, thumps, and kicks! Work together to clean up their mess before Mother comes home. It’s cooperative fun for everyone! The game includes a super spinny Thing top. Encourages cooperation, teamwork, color/shape recognition while promoting physical dexterity. As featured in Mama’s Gift Guide: Holiday Gifts for Kids Ages 4 and Under.
The Pride Lands are in danger of flooding and Bunga’s boulder dam could burst at any time! Add “water” balls and build the wall higher and higher but don’t be the player to make it come tumbling down!
Discover bubble science with seven bouncy experiments! Learn about surface tension by blowing a bubble inside of a bubble! Juggle a bubble with a woven bubble glove, create towering 3D bubble sculptures, and more! Includes a 16 page book with fun experiments. Explore surface tension, air pressure, polymers, and more while learning about basic experimentation principles. Encourages imagination and creativity while promoting comprehension of cause and effect.
Marvel I Can Do That! Hero Training Game – Ages 4 & up with 2 or more players. Amazon $16.98
Being a Super Hero means facing challenges with a can-do attitude! In this game you will train to be a Super Hero by performing unexpected feats of skill! At any time you may be called upon to put your training to the test by battling the villainous Green Goblin! Have fun and discover all the new things you can do! The game includes Captain America’s Shield and Thor’s Hammer. Encourages active, up-on-your-feet fun while promoting self-confidence, self-discovery and early reading skills. As featured in Mama’s Gift Guide: Holiday Gifts for Kids Ages 4 and Under.
Join your friends from Disney Frozen in a clever game of hide-and-seek! Players ask questions and use deduction to figure out where Olaf could be. Is he in a room with a tub? Is he in a room with a pillow? Each question gets a HOTTER or COLDER answer. When you get the chance to go look, see if you can find Olaf before the time runs out! Includes a TY Olaf plush toy. Encourages cooperative play, verbal communication, active up-on-your-feet fun while promoting deductive reasoning.
Blast off on a location-hopping adventure through the Star Wars, from Tatooine and the Death Star, to Jakku and more! Search the galaxy for over a thousand characters, starships, Droids, and artifacts in a quest to find R2-D2! As featured in Mama’s Gift Guide: Holiday Gifts for Kids Ages 8 to 11.
Stick Stack Board Game – Ages 8 & up with 2 or more players. Target $16.99
Stack it up! Add sticks to the wobbly stack using one hand and matching the colors. But keep steady—one unstable stick could make it all come tumbling down! GAME TIP: For added challenge do not push the spring all the way down to the base. The more space between the spring and the base, the more wobbly the post will be!
Suspicion Board Game – Ages 10 & up with 2-6 players. Target $19.99
You’re invited to a masquerade party at the estate of art collector Baron Whitetooth. Little does he know, you’re a world-class jewel thief. And you are not alone. Keep your identity a secret as you maneuver through the mansion pocketing priceless gemstones. Observe the other guests and use deduction to unmask the other crooks before they catch you. Promotes deductive reasoning skills and strategic thinking. As featured in Mama’s Gift Guide: Holiday Gifts for Kids Ages 12 and Up.
Really Bad Art Board Game – Ages 12 & up with 3-6 players. Target $19.99
Ready… Set… Draw…! It’s the lightning-fast drawing game where you need to draw just well enough to win! Everyone takes one of the 500 phrases and has only 6 seconds to draw their best interpretation. Mix them all up and try to guess which scribble matches which phrase. Get your big ideas across and guess correctly to score! Promotes imagination and creative thinking.
Have you played any of these games, or variations of them on your family game night? Which would you choose for your next family game night?
Family Game Night Win it!!
Three lucky readers will have a chance to win some of these fun Wonder Forge games! Each winner will receive Stick Stack, Suspicion, Really Bad Art and Dr. Seuss Whirly Fun Game, ARV $75 (Total ARV $225)!!! The Family Game Night giveaway begins on 12/17/16 and ends on 12/31/16 at 11:59pm. Open to residents of the United States, who are at least 18 years of age. You must enter using the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!
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