How cool is this 6 in 1 Fun Pack. It includes 6 fun and educational card games for kids. Memory, Crazy Eights, Old Maid, Go Fish, Slap Jack and Matching. All of these games hone different skills while having a blast playing. We play these games every day!
Play Memory to find matching pairs of animals. You can also brush up on alphabet letters, discover fun colors and learn different facts about animals. For example, ask each player where does the Tiger live or what does the Snow Leopard eat. Super fun to learn these things and helps to improve memory and thinking skills. As you try and find pairs, you can get creative and make up different stories about each animal. Kids can also use the letters on the cards, combine them and create lots of interesting words.
Crazy Eights is not only about numbers but kids can also learn about our solar system and the different planets. A create game kids can make up with these cards is pick a card, which ever planet card you pick, say a fact about that planet.
Old Maid is a classic card game but this one is very playful and appealing. When I played this with my kiddo, she was excited not to get the Old Maid. Hehe. I also like this because it introduces healthy foods and encourages healthy eating. For example, if you look at broccoli, it does not look scary but looks very inviting. A fun game for the whole family.
Go Fish is another classic card game. After we played this, I used these cards to practice math. For example, I asked my kiddo what is 1+1, 1+2 and so forth. Love the creativity of these cards and how we can use them to hone different math skills.
Slap Jack is tons of laughs. We were very excited to play the cards, see if “Jack” will come up and rush to be the first one to slap the pile and grab it. I also like that the kids can learn about nature and insects. For example, I asked my kiddo to find an insect that makes honey. Another game for the win!
Matching is very interesting. This game hones memory skills. While you try to find all pairs of cards to complete a scene, it is fun to learn about the different cities and architecture shown on the cards. My kiddo was very interested to learn about London while we found all the matching cards. I also like that we can use our imagination to create different stories based on the pictures! I like this game a lot.