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cha-cha chihuahua
Who let the dogs out? In this precious first game for little ones, players draw cards to get these peppy perritos to join your doggy dance-a-thon! Paw away another player's pups with some fetching treats, but watch out for "siesta" cards that will send your dog-tired dancers straight to the Nap Shack! Ages 4+
Game Play 2-5 years
Young children love to play games. Board games not only teach little ones new skills, but also allow them to improve communication, sharing, turn taking, patience and good sportsmanship.
go go gelaTo!
Game Play 5-8 years
Board games give kids an opportunity to engage their competitive spirit while encouraging good sportsmanship. New skills and concepts introduced in these games help kids further develop basic strategic thinking.
Game Play 8+ years
Strategy games engage kids' minds by requiring complex problem solving. They also encourage deductive reasoning all while having fun!
We'll all scream for ice cream with this fast paced logic game! Using four cones, three scoops, and two hands, players pass the scoops back and forth between the cones being careful not to touch or drop them in a race to fill their customer's order before their opponents do! If your scoops match the challenge card first, you're the winner! A delicious and engaging dexterity race that's fun for everyone! Ages 6+
Get the family together to enjoy the fun of dominoes with a kingdom-building
twist! Use the tiles to add to existing kingdoms and make sure to secure tiles with
crowns - these royal treasures will help to multiply the worth of your kingdom at
the end of the game! The game ends when each player has completed a 5x5 grid,
and points are calculated based on the number of connecting tiles and crowns.
Who will create the largest kingdom of all? Ages 8+ 5

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