Amazon Deals on Some of Our Favorite Kid Games

Here are some games that we love to play with the kiddos that are on sale at Amazon right now.  Please check the prices before you check out as they are subject to change.

Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Card Game

This is such a fun game!  The cards are separated into 3 different categories and you have to complete a task based on the cards that you draw.  {an example is hopping on one foot + to the refrigerator + carrying the foam fish under your arm}.  There are so many different combinations, and we laugh so much when we play it!

Spot It!

This is another really fun game that my 5-year-old likes to play with me. It baffles me every time that you’ll find 1 match for every two cards drawn (sometimes you stare at it and swear there aren’t any matches – but there always are!)

Connect 4 Game

Remember playing this as a kid?

Hi-Ho Cherry-O

This is one of those games that I could never get myself to buy for our kiddos because of all of the teeny-tiny pieces, but I know that it is very popular!


Yet another classic game that I loved playing as a kid and my kiddos enjoy playing, too!

Richard Scarry’s Busytown Cars and Trucks Card Game

This is fun even for the little ones – as long as they can count, they can play! {and it’s a learning-game-in-disguise for the younger kids – score!)

Trouble Game

Remember the pop-o-matic bubble?? We have the Star Wars version that makes the R2D2 noises, but the original is just as fun.

UNO Card Game

I love that people of all ages can play this game. We seem to have lost our deck along the way, so I’m not even sure if I’ve taught my 5-year-old UNO or not (though my friend’s 5-year-old whooped me in this game!). This is one that we’ll have to put on our Christmas list!

Hungry Hungry Hippos

What can I say about Hungry Hungry Hippos? So much fun, you’ve got to have it!
If you have babies in the house or are otherwise worried about the marbles being all over the place, we’ve found that this version is well contained:

Monopoly Junior

Our Monopoly Junior is the theme-park version, though I caught my kids eyeing this version in the store the other day because of the animals. The game is MUCH quicker than the adult version, and much more manageable for those that are just learning math. 🙂

If you have older kiddos, the original Monopoly is on sale, too:

Twister Game

I’m just now realizing that I don’t think my kiddos have ever played Twister!! We’re going to have to get this one, for sure!

Richard Scarry Busy Town

My kids are huge Busy Town fans! The game board fits together like a puzzle, and you have to spin to find out what your next move is. If the spinner lands on Gold Bug, you get to solve a mystery! You flip a mystery card and you have one minute on the sand-timer to find as many of the items on that card as you can. If the spinner lands on “Pigs Eat”, Pig Will and Pig Won’t get to eat one of the picnic items. This is a collaborative game, so everyone works to solve the mysteries, and when you get near the end, you can’t advance until everyone is aboard the ferry. The object of the game is to get everyone to the picnic area before Pig Will and Pig Won’t eat all of the food!

Snap Circuits Jr.

This isn’t a game, but I had to throw it on here because they’re amazing and my boy was just asking for more of the kits today. They can build all kinds of electronic “devices” by snapping the circuits together {a working fan; they can make a lightbulb turn on; an alarm {even one that is motion-activated!}; a “helicopter” and much, much more.

Operation Game

Another oldie-but-goodie! The one that my kiddos had made all kinds of noises (a dog barking for the bone that you have to remove, for example). I think the one we played with as kids just buzzed when you hit the sides, right?


Did you find anything here that you haven’t played before?

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