Classic board games kids

Board, Card, Educational : Target

Feel like playing a game? Yay, so do we! You pick. Oh, you don't know what you're in the mood for? Target has oodles to choose from, so we'll try to narrow it down. Let's see… How about one of the classic board games like Scrabble? Or, if you're not in a spelling mood, maybe you'd like to test your economic strategy with Monopoly? We're up for a round—but we get to be the dog. Those games take a lot of thinking, though, and maybe you'd rather play something a little lighter and more fast-paced. How about dice games? Or wait, maybe card games. We have Apples to Apples, Uno, Scattegories and more, including matching games with cards about cats, dogs and even dinosaurs. And for those who like their fun to buzz, beep and blink, we have electronic games galore. There's Catchphrase, poker, solitaire, Loopz, and there's other stuff way too big to fit in your hands—stuff like air hockey tables and electronic basketball hoops. But some of those things you can play by yourself or with just one other person, and maybe you want to have a bunch of people over. That calls for party games! And while you have your friends' attention, why not show off your hocus pocus skills with one of our magic sets? But maybe you're not feeling that social after all, and you wouldn't mind some quiet alone time. For that, we recommend one of our over 250 puzzles. You'll love 'em to pieces.


Nintendo Snood 2: On Vacation - Game Boy Advance
Video Games (Nintendo)
  • Face off against 8 cool cartoony boxers, each with their own moves and stories
  • Use your power-combos and reflexes to beat everything from African tribesmen to raver girls to demons in the ring
  • Great graphics and fun boxing matches for one or two players

That's a big range.

by UncleTippyToast

Kids like to use their imaginations.
Crayons and a pile of scratch paper. Some "scotch" tape and scissors. A glue stick. Tell them to build a robot, or a castle, or something...
Costumes, and/or materials for them to invent their own costumes.
Classic board games. Monopoly when they're old enough. Checkers. Chess. Playing cards - teach them a few games like gin rummy.
Girls like fashion dolls (barbie). Stuffed animals.
Boys like hot wheel/matchbox cars. Toy guns.
Boys like Legos. A huge pile of plain old Lego bricks.

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