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  • Suspend

    You may think hand-eye coordination only matters for surgeons, bomb technicians and guys holed up in basements ever-so-carefully painting thousands of tiny Revolutionary War soldiers. But it also comes in handy for everyday things like brushing your teeth and inserting your contact lenses. Plus, good coordination may also be linked to good reading skills. You can give your hand-eye coordination a boost with Suspend. This four-player hanging balance game comes with 24 notched, rubber- tipped wire pieces and

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  • Spot it On the Road

    Calling all families with a big case of wanderlust! Spot It has officially hit the open road! Not only can you play it as a classic game of Spot It, now you can play it as Travel Bingo. All the cards are chock full of fun pictures of signs, vehicles, and objects you're bound to see while cruising down the highway, searching for a parking spot in a big city, or simply running errands about town. There is always something to Spot when you pack a deck of Spot It! On the Road.

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  • Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game

    Winter is coming and those sneaky, snacky squirrels need your help storing some munchies for the months ahead. Spread the colorful acorns on the tree. Then, spin the spinner, pick up the designated acorn with the squirrel squeezers and place it in the matching hole in your log. Collect all the colors first to win. But beware: the spinner isn’t always your friend. So be sneaky and strategic, little squirrels. Win or lose, little ones will build hand-eye coordination, strategic thinking and matching skills.

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  • Spot It

    Some people can spot a 90% off designer dress in a pile of discounted rubbish. They make out street signs from superhero distances. And they can identify the rarest of rare birds without even trying. You can be one of those people after a few quick rounds of Spot It! This smart game contains 55 illustrated cards with eight symbols each. There is always one, and only one, matching symbol between any two cards. All you need is a sharp eye and quick hands to take home the title of “Spot It! Master of the

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  • Spy Alley

    Watch out, James Bond, Jason Bourne and Austin Powers. There are some new spies in town and they’re operating out of a dark, suspenseful place called Spy Alley. Named “Best Mind Game” by Mensa, Spy Alley will have you bluffing, deceiving and double-crossing your friends and family to earn the title of the world’s top spy. The object of the game is simple: each player is a spy for their respective country and you have to use deductive reasoning to uncover your opponents’ identities. But there are plenty of

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  • Double Bananagrams

    288 Letter Tiles!Get ready to double your brain-boosting pleasure with twice as many lettered tiles in Double Bananagrams. If you’re not familiar with the original version, the game goes like a little something like this: players race to be the first to use all their tiles in connecting and intersecting words. Everyone plays at the same time and speed matters more than word length. That means this fast-paced anagram game will take your synapses from sluggish to speedy, stat! Double Bananagrams comes

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  • Fastrack

    Let’s face it. You were never good at waiting your turn. So naturally, you spawned offspring with a penchant for impatience, too. Lucky for you and your impetuous progeny, both players get to play at the same time with Fastrack. This high-quality wooden game features strong elastic bands on each side of the racing-themed game board. Each player starts with five wooden disks and tries to fling them to their opponent’s side of the board using the aforementioned elastic bands and their very best hand-eye

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  • Zingo! Sight Words

    No one can deny that the spelling of some words in the English language don’t really make a whole lot of sense. Why are “read” and “read” spelled the same way? Why are there so many double letters in “committee?” And keeping track of “there,” “their,” and “they’re” definitely takes some practice. What helps kids as young as Kindergarten learn to read at a faster and more efficient rate is to study Sight Words, or commonly used words that young children are encouraged to memorize as a whole by sight, so that

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  • Pyraminx

    Those looking to take their Rubik’s game to the next level; look no further. The Pyraminx has arrived on our shelves and it’s time for you logic puzzle lovers to bring your A game! This tetrahedron toughy has been stumping puzzle prodigy’s since 1981. Like many other similar puzzles, the object is to scramble the colors and then restore them to their original configuration. Looks can be deceiving as this little guy is more tenacious than you think. It’s time to think outside of the box of cube shaped

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  • Quadrillion

    An open ended puzzle with an almost infinite amount of solutions? Call it crazy, call it preposterous, or call it Quadrillion. This do it yourself, intellectually unrestricted logic puzzle has the ability to stump playeres of all ages. Snap together the four playing boards in whatever shape you desire and try to fit all twelve playing pieces onto the board you just created. No matter what shape your board takes there will always be a solution, so don’t give up! Quadrillion also comes with a book of sixty

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