Category: Observation / Perception
Category: Kids Games
Flip and stack this clever loaf of cards to build slamwiches and double-deckers. Tomato, onion, tomato... slap! Get there first and win the pile. The player who collects all of the cards wins. Parental alert: a sharp eye and fast hand will prevail.
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Can you get players to guess an emotion just by using facial expressions? In Trading Faces, players quickly swap Emotion Cards until one has three of a kind. Then, that player makes the expression on the matching cards, only using their face!
Can You See What I See?: Finders Keepers Game
Can you see a seashell? How about a kangaroo? Find both of these and more in this visual game of hide and seek just for you! Reveal a Find Me tile and try to find the featured object among your set of Keep Me cards. Look carefully as objects may be...
The Suitcase Detectives
Percy Pilferer is around town. The notorious pickpocket is painting the town red and has not yet been caught in the act. Bingo! He strikes again. What has he stolen this time? At this point the suitcase detectives are called in, up until now they have...
Planet der Sinne: Hören
Planet Sensory: Hearing
Which bell has been rung and where does the sound come from?
Planet der Sinne
Sensor, the sensory explorer, guides the players to an exciting planet: carrying out various activities all about seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, touching and moving they get to know their senses better. Who e.g. has ears like a lynx or a good nose...
What's in Ned's Head?
What's in Ned's Head? Who knows? His lost lunch (fake vomit)? Moldy cheese? A rat? Reach into Ned's nostrils or ears and race to find the silly object pictured on your card. This wacky-fun game is guaranteed to keep kids giggling for hours!
Birds Bugs and Beans
The animals are having a party and you're invited! They're playing their own game of catch-me-if-you-can. Everyone tosses cards into the center waiting for a chance to catch the animals. Be quick though, because whenever a Bird, Bug or Bean shows...