Our family has always been HUGE fans of board games.
If you visit our home, you will see that we have a big shelf full of all kinds of games and puzzles.
Since the pandemic started, we stocked up on more games and puzzles, so we are out of room.
Something that we look for in games is that they are age appropriate, fun and preferably, educational games in one way or another.
It takes me a while to go through reviews to see what other buyers think.
I highly recommend this! We have found some more great ones!
In this post, I am going to share with you MORE of the best board games for children that we have found!
Plus, we have a giveaway going on! Read all the details below. But hurry! Giveaway ends soon!
Board Games for Children
If you have been wanting to continue this tradition with your family or make it a family tradition, Ravensburger has all kinds of fun activities that kids love.
We have many fantastic games but this is our first time trying out this brand!
So far, so awesome! These are all great family board games.
These are way better than video games and online games for kids!
They are engaging and they actually make kids smarter using a fun game idea.
We recently got three of their games and my kids are having a wonderful time with them!
Let me tell you more about each!
If you want to read our first review, click here.
Fun Board Games for Homeschool
Have you played board games for school because they’re educational? We do!
From puzzle games to strategy games, each one has a unique set of skills that teach children so much!
Take a look at the games we got:
1 Minecraft: Builders & Biomes – A perfect teamwork and strategy activity
Up to 4 players, ages 10+.
Note: My daughter is 8 and is able to play it just fine, so it depends on the child.
The game is very complete, fun and easy to use.
As a homeschooling family, it isn’t always easy to ‘be cool,’ but this game made me the cool mom all of a sudden.
Yes, we have 2 BIG Minecraft fans at home.
I love that it fosters cooperation, strategy and that every time this game is played, the situation is different.
This isn’t your usual classic board game.
It is awesome for family game night or for kids to entertain themselves on a rainy afternoon.
I am actually very impressed at how well it is made and how clear the instructions are.
Find it HERE.
2 Make ‘N’ Break – Build & Destroy Family Action Game
This is for 2-4 players, ages 8 and up. Make ‘n’ Break is a fun family game.
This is a building game. It’s a quick (30-minute) game. It has cards, but it isn’t a card game.
My daughter is really loving this one because she loves how it encourages creativity and skill!
Make ‘N’ Break comes with 10 building blocks, 80 double-sided blueprint cards, 1 timer, 1 time die, 1 action die, 1 card tray, and instructions.
I love that it isn’t one of those super long games that takes away my children’s attention.
And the best part is that we got it at the perfect time!
We are about to finish our Logic workbook in our homeschool, so I am going to incorporate this game for us to play once a week during our Logic time.
It also helps practice fine motor skills and control of movement.
I can see how this can become one of our classic games.
Find it HERE.
3 Impact: Battle of The Elements Game
For 2-5 players, ages 8 and up.
What you get – 26 elemental dice, 1 dice arena, 1 foam mat and instructions.
This is a great game for several reasons.
My daughter and I had a lot of fun playing it this morning.
First of all, this is a great, concise game. It is easy to learn.
It will definitely be one that we will take on our travels.
Secondly, you need to add this to your games list because it isn’t a long game. It is fast-paced.
You can play it in as little as 15 minutes, but you can go for longer or play several times.
And thirdly, it is very well made, especially for the price!
I love to get games that will last us for years.
My kids like to use the word “brawl” when playing Impact.
That makes me laugh, but as long as they are having fun, then by all means!
I like how it comes with so many dice, each with five elements: water, fire, wind, ground and lightning.
The sixth side is blank and there is a reason why.
Each player gets 8 dice and the game begins.
We have enjoyed playing this game every time, so this one is a keeper.
I highly recommend it.
Find it HERE.
Are you ready for an awesome giveaway?
Want to have a fun game for you to play with your family?
Enter below for a chance to win: Impact: Battle of The Elements Game
A $20 value and it is shipped directly to you to begin playing immediately!
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Visit these sites for more fun ideas!
Ravensburger Free Games/Play Activities, including the GraviTrax Academy
ThinkFun has free and fun downloadable logic games and brainteasers
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