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Qwirkle Plus FREE Bonus Pack
Logic Links Puzzle Box
Qwirkle Bonus Pack
Animal Trivia Challenge
Rock, Paper, Switch
Q-bitz Solo: Magenta Edition
Leaps and Ledges
Gnomes at Night with FREE Stickers
Q-bitz Solo: Orange Edition
BrainBox: Science and Nature
Family Scavenger Hunt
BrainBox: All Around the USA
BrainBox: U.S. Presidents
Race To The Treasure Cooperative Game
PicWits! Silly & Sweet
Mermaid Island Cooperative Game
American Trivia Board Game: Family Edition
Gnomes At Night and Race to the Treasure: Set of 2
Sports Trivia Challenge
BrainBox: All Around the World
Gnomes at Night and Lemonade Shake Up: Set of 2
BrainBox: Spot the Difference In the Wild
BrainBox: Spot the Difference Family Fun
Crazy 8s Card Game
BrainBox S.T.E.A.M. Games: Set of 4
Race To The Treasure and Mermaid Island: Set of 2
Triumph of the Temple
BrainBox S.T.E.A.M. Games: Set of 3
BrainBox History and Geography Games: Set of 3
Gin Rummy Card Game
Kids Scavenger Hunt Game
Tactile Search and Match
Gnomes at Night and Cauldron Quest: Set of 2
Tic Tac Surprise: Dragons vs. Dinosaurs
Brain Box Spot the Difference Games: Set of 2
When it comes to the best games for kids, award-winning educational games that will keep them happy and engaged, MindWare has what you are looking for. From our award-winning and original Qwirkle, Q-bitz, Dizios and PicWits, to classics like Monopoly, Clue Classic Edition and Legends of Andor, you?ll find all the kids learning games you need for ages 10 and up.
We?ve created some of the best board games for kids at MindWare. Our Dizios is a colorful and exciting twist on the game of Dominos with an element of chance, problem solving and art all in one. Our best-selling Qwirkle, a combination of Scrabble and Dominoes, requiring tactical thinking and strategy. It?s easy-to-learn and addictive for kids ages 10 and up.
Fun learning games like our hilarious PicWits strengthens creativity and language, while keeping gamers ages 10 and up in uproarious laughter. PicWits is so much fun it was featured on the TODAY show. Q-bitz offers three levels of visual challenges for kids of all ages and is the perfect game to engage multiple playing styles. Fast moving and fun Q-bitz will capture the attention of kids and adults alike!
The best kids board games often aren?t on a board ? iTrax builds keen visual perception while you try to recreate the a path from your iTrax card with brightly colored rods and cubes. Chrono Bomb lets kids use clamps and strings to create a simulated lazer maze they navigate as they try to diffuse the ticking time bomb at the end. While Bing Bang Bounce uses a ball launcher and target obstacle course to teach kids about trajectories, angle, force and momentum.
The BrainBox series by MindWare are fun educational games for kids that includes Math, Science and Nature, Art, U.S. Presidents, All Around the World, All Around the US, and Inventions, so there?s a BrainBox trivia set to match every interest.
The Professor Noggin Series is a favorite of teachers, with straight-from-curriculum facts presented as trivia, true/false and multiple-choice questions. Card sets include; Ancient Civilizations, Wonders of the World, Countries of the World, History of the United States, US Presidents and more.
Fun board games for kids ages 10 and up include classic Monopoly, Clue Classic Edition and family Charades. Educational board games include family favorites like the comical crime solver LineUp and the computer coding game Code Master. But educational games for kids come in all shapes and sizes as our 3D Leaps and Ledges and the ever challenging Staxis game will prove.
One of the fun educational games classrooms love to play is the math favorite ?I Have, Who Has?. Students listen for the equation that fits their ?I have X? statement, then read ?I have Y? to pass the fun along to the next child. Equate Jr. is a mathematical version of Scrabble. Players use tiles to form vertical or horizontal math equations ? requiring them to think strategically while completing the math computations.