Luckily, Easter is a little late this year, so there’s still time to get those baskets ready. While the Easter Bunny does bring a bit chocolate and other sweets, my husband and I like to focus on getting a few items that encourage play.
This year we partnered with Goliath Games (Meaning they gifted these games to us. Please see our disclosures page for more information.) to share some of our family’s favorites! Game night is big in our house. We all love a little healthy family competition and sometimes it’s the simplest games that bring the most laughs.
These games not only scream springtime, but make perfect Easter gifts and will ensure your house is full of giggles and laughter on game night.
This adorable high-flying bunny game is waiting to jump into those Easter baskets. It’s great for hand-eye coordination and taking turns, but we also work on math facts as we pull each carrot! I don’t care how many times we play, squeals of delight still can be heard every time Jack jumps.
Everyone’s favorite duck-picking carnival game can now come home with you and guess what? There is no water mess! While my little ones are a little big for most matching games, this is still a favorite of theirs. We take the skill level up a notch by choosing a duck with our eyes closed!
Charades for Kids – Travel
We just returned from Spring Break vacation and these charades cards were so awesome to bring along. They were perfect in the airport and even between adventures at Walt Disney World. If you’re somewhere the kids can burn off a little energy, go all out with the charades. For closer quarters or somewhere you have to watch the volume level, try “mime charades.” We would act out the card as quiet as possible and the other players had to write down or whisper their guesses. Packing small dry-erase boards are perfect for this and are great to have for other activities. BONUS: They could work on their handwriting and spelling skills, too!
Where To Buy?
These and many other fun Goliath games and products can be found at stores such as Target and Walmart and even online. Check out their website for all offerings and more information.