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Top 10 Toddler Board Games

We Found 10 Games Your Toddler Will Love

We Found 10 Games Your Toddler Will Love

School's out for summer! Meaning longer days and more free time for your little one to play. This summer, ditch the electronics and video games and sub out for good old fashioned board games. They're the perfect way to keep your kid active physically, emotionally, and intellectually. To help narrow down the best board games for your child, we've used our data-driven algorithm factoring in best-selling buzz, editorial selections, and real user reviews to create a vetted list of Top 10 Toddler Board Games. With a variety of options to choose from, your little one can develop their memory, problem-solving, team building, counting, and vocabulary skills all in an afternoon! Enjoy quality time with your kid this summer with these fun, educational board games. Opening image: amazon.com

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May 29, 2019

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The Rankings


Peaceable Kingdom Bunny Bedtime

Our Score

USERS SAID: "This game is delightful! My two-year-old son loves it. The board and pieces are nice quality, the illustrations are adorable and it is great for introducing toddlers to rolling dice and taking turns. It has become a beloved part of our bedtime routine. Highly recommended."

WHY YOU NEED IT: Teach your child matching colors and shapes, making choices, puzzle problem-solving, listening, and social-emotional skills through play.


Peaceable Kingdom Monkey Around

Our Score

BEST FOR: Monkey Around improves gross motor skill development, coordination, understanding spatial concepts, recognizing matching body parts, listening, and building vocabulary.

USERS SAID: "My 22-month-old absolutely loves this game. She plays this game at least once a day. She is finally able to complete all of the actions on the cards. She loves watching her father and I acting out the cards. This is by far the most interested she is in any game we have found so far."


Peaceable Kingdom Stack Up! Game

Our Score

BEST FOR: Teaching teamwork, cooperative play, and creative problem solving

FUN FACT: Stack Up is the winner of multiple awards including the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal.


gofindit Outdoor Nature Scavenger Hunt Card Game

Our Score

BEST FOR: Camping trips, park days, or backyard game time

USERS SAID: "I was skeptical, but this helped my family get outside and enjoy it, my preschooler learned how to use adjectives, and to interact with and notice all of the details of things found in nature. She begs to play it! Great gift."


Pressman Lucky Ducks

Our Score

LOVED FOR: Lucky Ducks offers all the benefits of memory and matching games in a format that's easier for little fingers than cards. As a bonus, it helps kids with shape recognition and colors.

USERS SAID: "My four-year-old son absolutely loves this game! We were looking for a fun family game with not a lot of little pieces (because of my younger kids) and this game is perfect. We have all had a good time playing this game."


Seek-a-Boo

Our Score

LOVED FOR: A great game for more than one child at different age levels, Seek-a-Boo offers multiple ways to play. Switch roles, create your own combinations, and practice taking turns.

BEST FOR: Seek-a-Boo is a fun and exciting way to build your child's vocabulary and improve memory skills with repetition.


Educational Insights Shapes Beanbags

Our Score

USERS SAID: "The set comes with eight beanbag shapes, a storage bag (a huge plus) and a teacher's guide. The shapes also come in different colors which is great because I can use them to teach colors as well. Each beanbag has the name of the shape stitched in the front very well. All in all, I am pleased with the purchase."

BEST FOR: A classroom staple or birthday gift


Zobmondo!! The Ladybug Game

Our Score

FUN FACT: This loved game was invented by a first grader. The Parents’ Choice Foundation calls The Ladybug Game “a colorful and lively little board game for beginner game players.”

LOVED FOR: The thoughtfully designed playing cards help nurture early readers and counters with colors, numbers, and symbols. Children learn quickly and play independently in no time.


My Very First Games - First Orchard Cooperative Game

Our Score

USERS SAID: "This is a very simple game which is perfect for two-year-olds. Seriously, it is very hard to find a game so simple that even a two-year-old can understand and enjoy it... Overall, I am thrilled with this game. Quality, well thought through, and more learning opportunities than I even expected! Even after my children outgrow this game, the fruit could even be used in other ways because they are so well made. Haba just won over my lifelong business."

FUN FACT: "First Orchard" is a simplified variation of the classic "Orchard" game adapted to suit players ages 2+. 


ThinkFun Roll and Play Game

Our Score

USERS SAID: "This is a really fun game for our two-year-old grandson. It did not take him long to learn the game. He enjoyed rolling (or should I say "throwing" the die). He spends 45 minutes to one hour each time he plays, which is a long time for a two-year-old!"

LOVED FOR: Teaching colors, body parts, emotions, counting, how to take turns, while keeping kids active by moving around

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