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Start down the magical road to sweet surprises! This adorable version of the classic Candyland game features the colored cards and fun illustrations that kids love, with different destinations like Cupcake Commons and the Chunky Chocolate Mountains. Choose your cards, move your pawn, and let your imagination soar as you make your way to the castle to win!
This specifically-designed game has a picture charade on every card so that non-readers ( little kids ) can play along with older kids. It's great fun as the whole family tries to guess the charade before time runs out.
A classic child's counting game for over 50 years! In the early 1960's, Hi-Ho! Cherry-O was teaching young children counting, addition and subtraction. Two to four cherry-pickers join in the game, each starting with a tree full of ten plastic cherries and an empty bucket. A flick of the spinner will net you 1, 2, 3 or 4 cherries to add to your basket. But watch out! Spinning a dog, bird, or a spilled bucket can quickly empty a bucket. When one lucky player fills the bucket with all ten cherries, a shout of, "Hi-Ho! Cherry-O," lets everyone know who has won the round. Hi-Ho! Cherry-O makes learning as easy as 1, 2, 3!
You'll have a chompin' good time with Hungry Hippo and his pals! Be ready to join in the feeding frenzy when you release all the marbles onto the game base, because all the hippos will be chomping and your hippo will need to move fast! If he chomps the golden marble, you win! Classic Hungry Hungry Hippos game has 4 hippo heads and bodies plus 20 marbles (one is golden) for them to chomp. Cleanup is a snap with the marble and hippo storage. Game base comes with 4 hippo heads, 4 hippo bodies, 4 marble launchers and guides, 20 plastic marbles, label sheet and instructions.
This is the blockbuster of all stacking games! The original wood block game. The rules are simple enough for the whole family to play: just stack the blocks into a tower without letting it fall! But it's fun for all ages, too, as some blocks from the bottom of the tower are pulled to make it taller! Who will make the tower fall' For any number of players. Contents: 54 genuine hardwood blocks and instructions.
The Classic first reading game for children. The first player to get their Uncle Wiggly Mover to Dr. Possum's office wins. Game includes game board; 4-die-cut Uncle Wiggly Movers, plastic bases, Deck of Verse Cards, and instructions.
Battleship is the classic naval combat game that brings together competition, strategy, and excitement. In head-to-head battle, you search for the enemys fleet of ships and destroy them one by one. No ship is safe in this game of stealth and suspense. Try to protect your own fleet while you annihilate your opponents. Its a battle that you must win!
Do you go up, to the side, or move diagonally? Start in the middle or at the edge? Its your choice in the game of "Connect 4." Stack the 4 discs vertically, line them up side to side, or go on the diagonal. As long as you get 4-in-a-row, you win. Stay one step ahead of your opponent and block their attempts to get to 4-in-a-row first. As an alternative way to play, blue-colored blocker discs can be used by each player. Blue Blockers do not count toward a Connect Four, but can be used to block an opponents space or to lift a players checkers to quickly get a 4-in-a-row win! Play Connect 4 either way, and crush the competition!
Chutes and Ladders is simple and easy to play, even for those who can't read. Going up the ladders and down the chutes, a child will learn (by the pictures) the rewards of good deeds and the consequences of naughty ones. Featuring the delightful artwork of the popular 1970's edition of the game, this classic edition of Chutes and Ladders will bring back fond memories and help create new ones! The first player to reach the number 100 space is the winner! Not only great for kids who are learning to count, this game also encourages basic addition skills.
Count on big laughs when you and your friends get together to find out who's an artist and who really isn't! In this quick-draw classic, the guesses can be just as hilarious as the sketches, making it the perfect way to get the party started. Pictionary now includes two erasable markers, boards for drawing, and an updated Pop Culture category of clues. Year-after-year since 1985, Pictionary has proven itself to be the ultimate party game! Each sold separately, subject to availability. Colors and decorations may vary.
It's the family favorite Operation game with fun Try Me packaging and truly classic funny ailments! Cavity Sam is feeling a bit under the weather, and kids will love to "operate" and make him better. Use the tweezers to take out all of Cavity Sam's 12 funny ailment parts that parents might remember -- such as a wishbone, Charlie horse, and Adam's apple. Players choose a doctor card and "operate" to remove that ailment from Sam, and collect the money if they can avoid the buzz. The player with the most money wins!
This classic game of luck, strategy, and determination is easy to grasp for children as young as 6 years old, yet it's fun for adults and older siblings too. By drawing cards, players move their game pieces around the board, hoping to eventually accumulate all their pieces at the final destination--home sweet home. "Sorry" is known as the game of "sweet revenge," since players can send each other's pawns back to the starting line, thus forcing one another to lose ground and begin all over again. This kind of frustration may be hard for children under age 8 to handle. In fact, young ones typically crumble into tears of outrage when their pawns are cavalierly sent back. The only recourse is to teach children how to plot their own revenge, which makes them feel as powerful as superheroes.
Can you stay out of trouble long enough to win the game? "Trouble" is a classically fun game in which players race to be the first person to move all their pegs around the game board and into the finish slots to win. But watch out! If another player lands on the same spot as you, your peg has to start over. Featuring a fun "Pop-O-Matic" bubble to roll the dice, Trouble is a race to the finish! Each game comes with a game board, Pop-o-Matic dice roller, 16 pegs, and instructions.