Best of September 2020

Games GaloreRun Yourself Ragged, Clue Junior and football peg game in stack on wooden floor

  • What: Most popular posts
  • When: September 2020
  • Why: See what others read most
  • Where: At home

Games for kids have been on everyone’s minds lately, according to the most popular posts from the month of September. From 3D games that challenge hand eye coordination to mysteries that even the youngest sleuth can solve, readers have been getting the scoop on good games.

Clue Junior: Put your little detective to work with the kids’ version of this classic mystery game. Kids race against each other to collect clues and determine who ate the cake, at what time, and with which drink. Pictures and times printed underneath figures and furniture help them eliminate options. The first person to guess correctly wins.

Football Peg Game: With limited options to see or play this fall sport in person, you can still encourage kids to enjoy this team sport. Thanks to the peg version, you only need a willing attitude and this tiny wooden game. Players take turns rolling dice to determine the plays while trying to reach the other side of the pegboard to score. Kids can play alone or against each other to see who gets the most points.

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Run Yourself Ragged: This moving marble game provides challenges for all ages, with no reading skills necessary. Get the ball from the beginning of the obstacle course to the end without a fall. Kids can race against the clock, try and beat each other’s time, or see if they can complete the course. This game levels the playing field among different age groups, all the way up to adults. Don’t hesitate to join in the fun and see if you can avoid running yourself ragged.

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