Looking for some awesome games for your 4-5 year old? Over the past year we’ve really got into playing games together as a family! We find board games are the perfect activity for the family to enjoy that also encourage learning and screen free fun! Here are our favorite family board games that are awesome for four and five-year old kids!
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Awesome Games for 4-5 Year Olds!
Feed the Woozle by Peaceable Kingdom is a fun and silly game for preschoolers that incorporates counting to three, fine motor and gross motor skills!
Willy’s Wiggly Web is another perfect game for preschoolers by Peaceable Kingdom. This game is a fantastic way for young children to practice scissor skills
Zingo is a great family game from Think Fun! It’s an awesome game for language development and matching skills!
Robot Turtles is a new favorite game for our family! It teaches young children basic programing skills in a fun way! It’s the perfect board game for tech-savvy kids!
Leap Frog My Card Games: Alphabet Go Fish & Math Rummy is two card games in one nice tin. This is a recent addition to our game collection and it’s a playful way to sneak in phonics learning or basic math skills while having fun! I also love that it comes with four card holders!
UNO is a fun card game for families to play! It’s actually my favorite game! I found character themed UNO cards recently, such as these Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle UNO cards, which makes the game even more exciting for kids!
Raccoon Rumpus is an adorable game for preschoolers by Educational Insights! The game focuses on color matching, taking turns, counting to five and fine motor skills.
Cootie by Hasbro is a classic children’s game! It’s an awesome game for preschoolers to practice color matching, counting and fine motor skills!The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Card Game by Educational Insights is a fantastic, fast-paced, color matching card game for kids ages four and up.
Don’t Break the Ice is another classic game by Hasbro! It’s a fun game for the family that uses fine motor skills!
What are your favorite board games for the family?
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I had been wondering if my 6 year old was too young for Uno. I think I’ll give it a try for her this Christmas. Thanks for the idea!