Best board games for preschoolers
Pre-schoolers love to play games but they have little hands and fidgety bodies. It’s best to pick up games that are geared to their level and will not frustrated them. We’ve searched high and low for games that the whole family can enjoy and the little ones can learn.
Gamewright Little Hands Playing Card Holder — this is essential if you’re going to attempt any type of card game. Genius!
Spot It Junior Animals — This is one of the best games for kids. Great way for them to start recognizing everyday objects in their world.
Disney Doc McStuffins Operation Game — Give them a chance to play the doc.
UNO MOO Preschool Game — Similar to regular UNO but you play with farm animals. Much easier than trying to cram 5 cards into a little hand.
Educational Insights The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game — This gets great reviews and looks like tons of fun.
Peaceable Kingdom / Hoot Owl Hoot! Award Winning Cooperative Board Game — An award winning game that promotes working together instead of one person trying to win. Great for this age when losing turns into a weeping session.
Haba My very first games – My First Orchard — A family-friendly cooperative game.
Thinkfun Roll and Play Board Game — This introduces the first roll and play type of game. Great reviews.
Count Your Chickens — An award winning cooperative counting game with pluck! Players work together to help Mother Hen collect her chicks and bring them back to the coop; if they are successful everyone wins!
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