Wonder Forge Makes Family Game Night Fun and Friendly

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We haven’t had a good family game night in a while. We’ve had so much going on with J-bird in his senior year (and all his after school activities), Em running around like a busy toddler and Preemie arriving early. We used to play every Thursday night after dinner. This was our family and wind down time in the evening. Now that Em is old enough to take part, we needed some new games that would entertain her because surely the older games we normally played wouldn’t suffice.

Wonder Forge has an awesome line up of family friendly games everyone can play. Bringing your family closer one game at a time, and even teaching lots of life skills to carry with you even once the game is over. Put your adult worries behind and enjoy some one on one time with your little one or grab the entire family.

Doc McStuffins All Better! Game

game contentsThe Doc McStuffins All Better! Game was a big hit with Em. She loves watching the show and instantly recognized the main character. I love games that incorporate lessons and life skills necessary for her to learn. The game focuses on matching, memory skills, taking turns and problem solving. Each player takes turns being the Doc to make boo boos go away just like in the show. Matching the right tool to solve the mystery boo boo, which comes in the form of a fun slap bracelet bandage. Have fun pretending to be Doc with your little one and save the day! This game is recommended for ages 3+ and requires a minimum of 2 players.

Em also loved using the foam doctors tools to play pretend Doc with Preemie. Kid and Preemie friendly!!! The storage bag comes in handy to keep all the pieces contained together.

Product Contents
  • 1 Storage Bag
  • 6 Slap Bracelet Bandages
  • 6 Foam Tools
  • 8 Scoring Tiles
  • 1 Spinner
  • 1 Game Rules Manual

Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Shipwreck Beach Treasure Hunt Game

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The Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Shipwreck Beach Treasure Hunt Game was another game that Em connected with instantly. Okay, you caught us, we are obviously Disney Jr. fans! Another fun show we love to watch. We like to count along as Jake finds the gold doubloons. Just as the show does, the game carries on in teaching children skills they can use and those which exercise the brain. The game focuses on matching, memory skills,  and physical dexterity. Yo ho, let’s go mateys as we search out the buried pirate booty that Captain Hook has buried all over Shipwreck Beach. Each player takes turns flipping over gold doubloons and use Jake’s spyglass to decode the secret clues. I did all the reading for Em but let her do all the flipping. If you score a match, you get to get up and go! Make sure you use the foam sword to grab up the correct treasure so you can score. This game is recommended for ages 3+ and requires a minimum of 2 players.

Thank goodness for foam pieces as she pretended to use the spyglass to seek out Poochie and then would chase him with the sword in hand. No lost pieces thanks to the accompanying storage bag!

Product Contents
  • 5 Treasures
  • 5 Treasure Bases
  • 12 Doubloons
  • 1 Treasure Map Storage Bag
  • 1 Foam Sword
  • 1 Spyglass Decoder
  • 1 Sand Timer
  • 1 Game Rules Manual

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Flying Attack

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We saved the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Flying Attack Game for later that evening. As I took Em off to get her ready for bed, J-bird and Papa decided to give the TMNT game a go. Papa grew up with the four super cool turtles, I think he was secretly excited about playing. First they set up the big teetering tower. There are two ways to play: a race to the top or a battle as you send the TMNT’s flying to knock off Shredder’s Foot Clan. Once I got Em to bed I joined the boys. They acted like such kids as I watched the TMNT’s flying all over the place. It’s such a sight to see my boys laughing and having a good time together. Because you are never too old to learn, the features of this game promote strategic thinking and deductive reasoning. It’s amazing how we sometimes do not realize the valuable tools we take away from simple things like having fun. This game is recommended for ages 6+ and requires a minimum of 2 players and up to 5.

Product Contents
  • 1 Tower (12 Parts)
  • 15 Platforms
  • 1 Catapult
  • 1 Targeting Stick
  • 4 Turtle Movers
  • 4 Turtle Wobble Bases
  • 12 Foot Clan Ninja Movers
  • 12 Foot Clan Mover Bases
  • 1 Capture Grid
  • 40 Cards
  • 1 Game Rules Manual

If you are interested in any of these or the many other Wonder Forge games, you can find them at Walmart, Target and many more major retailers, even online at Amazon. Sold nationwide and in over 11 countries, Wonder Forge is a leader in family games.

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Mama E

Multitasking mama to 3 living in Miami. Blogging about parenting, lifestyle, cooking and traveling. Covering everything from diapers to dorm rooms. Ask me anything, I've done it all.

Comments (5)

  • When my kids were young, we played lots of games…card games and board games. We enjoyed Skip-Bo, Monopoly, Uno, Guess Who, and my favorite Sorry.

  • We have game night and play either Poker or Scrabble 🙂 Sometimes with the kids we play Uno or Dominoes 🙂

  • we don’t have a family game night but i plan to get mario party soon which i would love to play as a family!

  • We have family game night on Thursday nights.

  • we did have a family night but the family changed and we stopped doing it so often in the new year I think we will have cards and board game night more often.


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