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My favorite had about 50 games and recently got dragon wood and we are absolutely hooked. We also love love sushi go, sleeping queens 1 & 2, and trash panda
Thanks for sharing!
Hi , what game do you recommend for spelling and learning how to write expository writing etc. thank you.
Great video!! My favorite game is Mastermind, then Qwirkel. I just introduced Mastermind to my 9yo son who likes the game but is not ready for it yet, lacking all the logic and patience to play it successfully.
I've found lots of board games / puzzles at Goodwill for great prices.
Any advice on multiplication and division games? Especially with facts up to 12.
Will you consider doing a video on how to play some of your games? Thanks!
Ugh I love this video, need them all! Lol
We own almost all the games you shared 😜 I did add a couple to our want list. The new trekking game is called Trekking through History. We backed it on Kickstarter and are super excited for it's release.
Thank you for this Jessica. I know I asked thru IG your top 3 games but here you have enumerated here more options. 🤩🤩🤩
LOVE YOUR CHANNEL! You have been such an inspiration to me since we started homeschooling 3 years ago. Keep doing what your doing bc you are amazing!
The games my boys have enjoyed the most recently are any Ticket to Ride game and Sequence States and Capitals.
that's nice! nice video again 🙂
Just wondering do you have any elementary-age children's Encyclopedia books recommendation?
Thank you so much for sharing!!!! Playing board games when I was younger helped me a lot in my academics. We love Qwirkle! Looking forward to purchasing more games on your list! Thank you again 😘
Once Upon A Castle and Big Money
I agree, picking a favorite game is impossible, it was so hard to choose. We absolutely love Bird Bingo too, one of our favorites. I need to look into the Professor Noggin one, that would be great for History. Thanks for sharing all these great games and hosting the collab.
My son loves Yahtzee! We tried Simpson’s Clue, but he wasn’t ready. We have the original or something like it as well. I hope he’ll catch on soon.
Darn you! I want them all! Thank you so much for all the recommendations, Amazon here I come 😂
Is there any games kids can play by themselves
Love these games, thank you! Love watching these collabs. So I’m loving that wildcraft game.
These are awesome recommendations! Thank you!
I bought money bags and monster sock factory.
My kids love the game Stratego.
When the adults get together we almost always play Ticket to Ride or settlers of Catan. Can’t wait for my kids to be ready for junior versions! The kids love Pete the Cat and the missing cupcakes. I like playing Outfoxed, Race to the Treasure, Sleeping Queens and Muddles with the kids.
Love this huge resource of fabulous games! Our favorites are Top Trumps (bugs & states), Classical Historian Go Fish games (really helps with historical vocabulary), & Mexican Train Dominos. 😁