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Want to inspire your kids to have fun with less screen-time? We’ve got four great games that are perfect for Christmas gifts and get kids thinking and playing. This post is sponsored by ThinkFun and contains affiliate links.
The best gifts for kids are those that get them having fun while learning and engaging their brains.
Here are four smart games from ThinkFun that kids will love to find under the tree on Christmas.
Laser Maze™ Jr.
Younger players can now experience the fun of the award-winning game Laser Maze with an age-appropriate design and challenge for grade school children with real lasers.
The mission is to use science and logic to reflect the laser beam to the rockets. Strategically place satellites throughout the maze game to guide the laser’s path, but watch out for space rocks that might get in the way. With 40 out-of-this-world challenges, this fun logic maze game gives little scientists a boost of 21st century thinking.
Rush Hour® Shift
The best-selling sliding block logic game is now available for two players.
Every move counts in this race as you strategically plot to move your car and cross grid-lock traffic before your opponent.
The potential moves are endless and the shifting Traffic Grid and Instruction Cards add a whole new dimension to play. (Ages 8+)
Created by maestro cellist and composer Philip Sheppard.
Compose Yourself is a set of musical “building bricks” that encourages anyone with any musical ability to “play with” music just as they would with a construction kit.
The digital music game features a deck of transparent cards and access to an exclusive website to compose, share with friends and family, or download/print your own custom sheet music – featuring more than a billion melody combinations. Available exclusively at Amazon. (Ages 6+)
Code Master is a new puzzle board game that takes kids on the ultimate coding adventure.
The big brother to Robot Turtles, Code Master is easy enough for any kid to play, but challenging to master.
Albeit a single-player game, friends can collaborate to solve the puzzles while learning coding logic and computer programming. Available at Amazon. (Ages 8+)
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