Gooey Louie– What kids wouldn’t like to pick out some gooey green boogies?! My 6 and 3 year olds love playing this game (even though I have to help them set it up). Roll the die and let it decide how many boogies you pick, if you pull the wrong one Louie will pop his top and out shoots his brain! It’s quite a jumper but it makes us giggle for sure!!! This game helps develop hand and eye coordination and fine motor skills. Comes with: Complete instructions, Gooey Louie, a base, 1 jumping brain, 1 die, 12 boogers. And I suggest keeping your boogers stored in a plastic bag because they will get dirty.
Googly Eyes– This is a really silly game that we had a super fun time playing. We all are really good at drawing but when we put on the glasses that had 3 levels a making your vision funky- our drawing got lame to say the least. This game gives everyone you play with an even playing field. Each card has a option to choose between easy, medium or hard lenses depending on where you land on the board. If your lucky you won’t have to wear the glasses at all. Play as teams from 4-16 players ages 7+. Comes with Game board, drawing tablet, pencil, timer, 162 playing cards, 1 pair of glasses, and 3 interchangeable lenses (easy, medium, and hard).
Build or Boom– Are you like my family and like to build and challenge each other? Then this game is for you! Be the first one to build what’s on the blueprint card. You each get the same card to build off of. Who ever is the first to build gets to hit the boomer and watch your opponents creation come crashing down!! 2 players ages 4+. I helped my 3 year old build hers but she did pretty good on her own. We really had a blast competing against each other! Comes with: 4 boards, 4 blocks, 4 triangles, 4 arches, 4 cones,4 i-beams, 4 barrels, 2 builders, 30 blue print cards, 2 platforms, 2 boomers, 2 air hoses, 1 card holder, a complete instructions. A great game for STEM, and I love the fact that it doesn’t need batteries!
Wordsearch– I absolutely love puzzle and word games… which are usually only by myself. So imagine my excitement when this game arrived and I knew that I could play with my family! What makes this game more unique than typical others is that the game is played on a round turnable board. Each of the puzzles go into the board so that only one word shows at a time. Every player plays at once and use the colored marker tiles to mark your words. The player with the most words found wins. Comes with: Illustrated instructions, Wordsearch game board, 464 words to search for in 16 puzzles, 8 double-sided game cards, 280 marking tiles (70 reds, 70 green, 70 blue, 70 yellow). This has to be my new favorite game!
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