Stacy Talks & Reviews: Games for all ages & stages

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Games for all ages & stages

One of my favorite parts about having my kids home for winter break is being able to spend some quality time with them. Sometimes we just hang out and eat snacks and play games all day long. It's a real bonding time for us joking with each other and just plain having fun. I'm actually one that likes to keep a good assortment of games on hand all the time for all ages so we have something to play with younger kids when they come to visit too. We have a lot of family with little kids and like to be able to give them something fun to do while the adults visit. In my opinion a good old fashioned board game is so much better than a video game, and a lot more fun to play with others!

Here are a few games we recently added to our game cabinet and are already loving!

Stick Stack Game
Stack it up! Add sticks to the wobbly stack using one hand and matching the colors. But keep steady—one unstable stick could make it all come tumbling down!

Disney Pixar Dory Bubble Science Game
Using fun and simple Bubble experiments, kids can learn about surface tension, air pressure and other scientific principles. With seven exciting activities and fun characters from Disney Pixar Finding Dory, little fish of any age will get swept up in science!

Star Wars Eye Found It! Game
Blast off on a location-hopping adventure through the Star Wars galaxy, from Tatooine and the Death Star, to Jakku and more! Search the galaxy for over a thousand characters, starships, Droids, and artifacts in a quest to find R2-D2!

Disney Frozen Where’s Olaf? Game
Join your friends from Disney Frozen in a clever game of hide-and-seek! Players ask questions and use deduction to figure out where Olaf could be. Is he in a room with a tub? Is he in a room with a pillow? Each question gets a hotter or colder answer. When you get the chance to go look, see if you can find Olaf before the time runs out!
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