The winter break is fast approaching and kids are looking forward to the end of the week. Here are some board game suggestions to keep learning fun while they are home for the holidays.
Great for Disney fans and families, this quick yet strategic game let’s you pit classic Disney villain’s against each other in a race to reach your secret objectives. Disney Villainous is a light strategy game for up to 6 players that uses easy and clear instructions.
Apples to Apples Junior is the younger version of the classic Apples to Apples game where players match words to pictures instead of words to a word. Lots of fun can be had while enhancing vocabulary and most importantly this version of the game is best suited for youngsters who may not be able to recognize all the words that come within the main game.
Werewords is the ultimate guessing game. Players race to guess the magic word before time is up to win. While you race against the clock, a secret Werewolf who already knows the secret word is working against you to identify the Seer before you can guess the secret word. Who is going to win?
Century Spice Road provides players with a bit of history and throws players into the 16th and 17th centuries, depicting major trading routes through those eras. The game is quick and easy to learn while allowing players to discover the beauty of the spice trading roads and its colourful markets. Wrap your mind around simple game mechanics and develop the many strategies that come from a basic deck building mechanic.
Happy Salmon is a fun, fast paced, competitive card game with no turns. Players call out the actions written on their cards as fast as they can. When two players yell out the same action they perform them at the same time. Actions are simple, and easy to learn. Some of these actions include the classic “High Five” or the unifying “fist bump”.