The Monday Snapshot – Boardgames

This is our life most evenings lately. We have been pleasantly surprised at how quickly the kids are catching on to the rules of all of the different games. 🙂

What are your favorite board and card games to play with kids? We are getting suuuuuper burnt out on Candyland and Crazy 8s!

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  1. Shannon · · Reply

    So fun! My kids (same ages) love Jenga and Sorry. 🙂

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  2. eequimby@yahoo.com · · Reply

    Jenga, Guess Who, Monopoly, Sorry, Connect Four, Trouble, Twister and Zingo. Lots of game nights here too!

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  3. Elisa Barber Filonczuk · · Reply

    Headbanz and Watch Ya Mouth!! Hilarious

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  4. Scrabble Jr, Monopoly Jr, UNO Attack

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  5. We’ve been enjoying Carcassone since G was 4.

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  6. We’ve been playing tons of card games, UNO, Seven-Up, War, stuff like that. We also really like Monopoly, Sorry, Trouble and Connect Four. I love that our kids are old enough to want to play games with us now!! We have loads of fun doing it with them 🙂

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  7. Ticket to Ride – Collect sets of cards to lay trains and claim routes. Get the original for a 45 min game or Ticket to Ride: New York for a very lite 15 min version. Great for teaching geography too!
    Kingdomino – A really neat twist on dominos.
    ICECOOL – A very fun penguin-flicking dexterity game.

    All can usually be found in Target or online.

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    1. I’ve been playing Ticket to Ride on the app and just realized it’s an actual board game as well. Good idea!

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