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Bored? Check Out A Board Game!

We currently own nearly 80 different games for all ages (including preschoolers, elementary school students, tweens, teens, and games for families). They are located in the Children’s Department. 

March 15, 2021

We currently own nearly 80 different games for all ages (including preschoolers, elementary school students, tweens, teens, and games for families). They are located in the Children’s Department. 

 

Find out more about them and see a list of our games HERE!

 

Here are a few of our favorites:

Acorn Soup

Squirrel likes to store extra food for the winter. In this game, you and your child will help Squirrel make yummy soups by following the included recipe cards!
Acorn Soup is designed so that your young child will experience what it’s like to take turns, play within the rules (even loosely!), and possibly learn a new skill like rolling die. This game will build their vocabulary and help develop fine motor skills such as balancing and hand-eye coordination. For children ages 2 and up.

 

Rubik’s Race

A shake of the scrambler creates a pattern, and both players race brain to brain to shift and slide face to face, being the first to match it. For ages 7-12 yrs.

 

 

 

 

Sushi Go

Compete to collect the best sushi dinner in this fast-paced card game. Players choose their favorite sushi dish from their hand, place it in front of them, and then pass the rest of the hand to the next player. Once all the cards are chosen, the round is over, and the sushi is scored. Score the most points by dipping your nigiri in wasabi, collecting three sashimi, piling on the dumplings, or having the most maki rolls, and don’t forget to save some pudding for dessert! Grades 3 and up.