Category: Word Games
Category: Kids Games
Keeps all the elements that make Quiddler a top-seller and includes features to help young readers compete!
Pairs in Pears
Pairs in pears is a fun way for children to develop cognitive skills while learning word construction.
Royalty is a simple yet splendid word-building card game. The object is to form words using the cards in your hand, or to add letters to words that your opponents have created to gain the highest score! Form one word from your hand. Score is...
Scrabble fun for younger kids, as they match picture words with letter tiles! Older players can use the reverse side of the board to form words!
Letter Go! is a fast-paced strategic word game made to play with a group. Players race to use the letter tiles to make one word each. The tiles are worth more points when used the first time in every round. The player with the most points at the end wins.
(Temporarily Out of Stock)
Fun word-and-picture version: Match picture words with letter tiles. Older players form their own words on the reverse side of the board.
With BOGGLE Jr., your preschooler will transform letters into words! Two different matching games encourage various skills and levels with fun and colorful pictures.
Can you think fast under pressure? With Tri-Words, students will have fun scrambling to sort out their 3-sided letter tiles into color-coded words. This fast-paced game packs a world of colorful, word-powered fun inside its compact tin case. And...
Pass the Bomb Junior
New, juvenile version of Piatnik's best seller! Educational word game of association and speed for 2-12 players, 5 years and up. Connect a word to the theme displayed on the card, like sandcastle to beach and quickly pass the bomb before it explodes.
A-Bee-C: Match Game
A BEE C Match Game is a fast-paced letter matching game for all ages. You don't have to know how to spell to play, and you don't have to bee a spelling champ to win. Simply match letter to letter and collect 7 cards to win!
Funagain Games does not stock this edition of this title, usually because it's out of print.