When it comes to the best games for kids ages 7 and up, 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 and Dizios, to classic fun like Bananagram, Skippity, Staxis, iTrax and I Have, Who Has? you?ll find all the kids learning games you need right here.
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 7 and up.
Educational Games And Fun Learning Games For 7 year old Kids
Our fun, easy-to-play Bananagrams tile game lets kids form crossword style words, while simultaneously adding tiles to the game and rearranging the existing tiles. This fun educational game for kids ages 7 and up is fast paced and travels well too.
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. Staxis is an exciting stacking game that requires strategy and concentration, while building fine-motor skills. Staxis is easy enough for kids 7 and up to learn, yet challenging enough for the whole family.
Kid board games are easy to find at MindWare. Color Stix is a fast-paced game of visual thinking using colorful Stix to see who can score the most points before the time is up. Skippity is easy to play and uses straight-line leaps to let kids jump to capture and stack to win. These learning games for kids are perfect for ages 7 and up.
One of the fun educational games classrooms love to play is ?I Have, Who Has?. Teachers hand out math progression game cards, relating to the current lesson plan, and the fun begins. 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. ?I Have, Who Has? is a great game for classroom participation and generating excitement about learning.
Created by a veteran math teacher; Equate Jr. is a mathematical version of Scrabble. Players use tiles to form vertical or horizontal math equations ? requiring them to think strategically and creatively while completing the math computations. Each game is for 2 to 4 players or teams of kids ages 7 and up.
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 American Revolution fun trivia games.
When it comes to education games for kids, MindWare has games that are perfect at home and in the classroom.