- Learning how to take turns – in games and life – helping them to have a higher sense of respect for their peers.
- Understanding loss and not being a sore loser, thus developing empathy and heightened social skills.
- Planning ahead, detecting patterns, and predicting the outcome of certain moves. Translating into a better understanding of working towards their goals and how to achieve them.
- Feeling motivated and spending valuable time with their family and friends.
Uh-oh, this playful baby dragon has greedily snacked on all of the treasure!
This easy to learn the magical game is quick to play and helps with color recognition and memory skills.
Wave your hand to magically reveal the treasure in his belly and get a colorful clue from his glowing nose horn. Remember where the matching-colored treasure is, and then reach inside the dragon’s mouth to carefully snatch it from his belly. Be the first to successfully collect 3 treasures to win!
- Adapted Lesson Plan
- For 2-4 players, ages 4 and up
Swing into fun with Banana Blast, a game of mounting excitement, reflexes, and hand-to-eye coordination!
Roll the die to see how many bananas you get to pick from the treetop. One of the bananas will make Banana Joe jump, but it’s a different banana every time. If the monkey jumps, all the players must try to catch him before he hits the ground.
The player who catches Banana Joe gets a bonus! Then players count their bananas to see who has the most to win.
- Keeps kids engaged because every player gets a chance to catch the monkey
- For 2-5 players, ages 4 and up