Two Board Games for Kids 3 and up That Not Only Entertain but Educate Too

These board games not only keep your kids occupied and entertained, but teach them skills valuable for later life.
Two Educational Board Games for Kids 3 and Up

Winner

Sequence for Kids

It’s classic Sequence, the strategy game invented by Douglas Reuter in the 70s, but for kids.

Play a card from your hand, place your chip on the corresponding character on the board and the first player with four chips in a row takes the game!

Your child does not have to be able to read to enjoy Sequence for Kids.

Target age group: 3 to 6.

Highlights

Helps develop your child's logical thinking.

No reading abilities required.

Runner up

Pancake Pile-Up!

Race to a grill and pile up pancakes in the correct order. Players must stack and serve pancake to match order cards. The first one to complete a pancake stack and top it with a pat of butter, wins.

Teaches skills like following a sequence and counting, while also developing motor skills, balance and coordination.

Highlights

Develops physical and mental skills.

Winner of the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Seal and the Parents' Choice Award.

Conclusion

Combine education, exercise and fun with these board games for ages 3 and up.

With Sequence for Kids, your kids develop logical thinking, while Pancake Pile-Up! helps build your child’s balance, coordination, motor skills and counting skills,

Get your kids thinking, jumping, running and laughing from a young age to help them develop into well-rounded adults.

Board games are a fantastic way to assist you in doing this.

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