Best of September 2022

Ravensburger Four First Games in One Box Clue Junion board game for kids, Mymayu rain boots for kids in blue and red

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Games and Gear Oh My!

Ravensburger Four First Games in One Box Clue Junion board game for kids, Mymayu rain boots for kids in blue and red
  • What: Most popular posts
  • When: September 2022
  • Why: See what other people read
  • Where: At home

We will give you one guess to name the top three posts from September. Need a hint? Look at any of the last five months’ most popular posts, and you’ll see those posts have refused to budge from the top three spots. So much like August 2022, if you’ve already read Hemnes Daybed, Battleship Shots, and Twin Mattresses, you can enjoy these three runners-up instead.

Four First Games box lid from Ravensburger with four flowers, a bird, a tree, a colored die, and one playing piece shown on the cover of the box

Four Games in One Box: Got young kids and want to do something besides block building or workbooks to build skills like pre-literacy and taking turns? Look no further than these four games aimed at toddlers. This box includes two double-sided game boards and all the pieces needed to play the four games. Kids can practice learning colors, counting skills, and much more thanks to the games’ increasing complexity. The only downside to this collection made for the littlest gamers is that it can be hard to find, as it isn’t readily available anymore.

Mymayu Rain Boots: If you want great boots that can handle any weather, these soft sided waterproof boots get the job done. Even better, they can fit over a wide range of assistive devices, such as leg braces, wraps, and more. The laces let you adjust fit to exactly what kids need, while the soft rubber soles provide plenty of comfort. On the downside, these boots aren’t made any longer, so you can only get them secondhand.

Clue Junior mystery deduction logic board game for kids

Clue Junior: Once your kids master all four games in the box above, they can graduate to Clue Junior. This board game based on the classic mystery setup requires no literacy skills. Instead, kids can choose to move any pawn on their turn to collect clues and solve who ate the cake, with what drink, and at what time. Pictorial clue sheets help even the youngest player narrow down the options. The first person to guess the correct answer wins.

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