This ‘Best Board Games for Learning from Ravensburger and ThinkFun (+ Giveaway)’ post is sponsored. As always, all opinions are my own.
We are a family that LOVE games! Of course, depending on the season, we sometimes play more often than others. Coming out of summer, I’m definitely missing our game playing. When it’s nice out, we have to take advantage of the outdoors as Minnesota winters come all too soon. With school starting back up, I can already feel a change in the weather which means more time for games is on the horizon.
Best Board Games for Learning from Ravensburger and ThinkFun
As school starts up again and nights begin to shorten, many parents are looking for entertaining ways to extend their children’s learning at home. The experts at Ravensburger, acclaimed publisher of award-winning toys and games, and ThinkFun, the world leader in brain games, suggest this selection of the best new games for making learning fun from preschool to middle school.
Stomp The Plank Game
For the adventure seeking kids, check out Stomp The Plank. This pirate push-your-luck game is where players must try to tilt their opponents’ planks before they find themselves walking down their own! Kids think it’s hilarious so if you’re looking for a game that plays quickly, involves risk taking, and has a great look and feel to it, Stomp the Plank is for you. (Geared for ages 5 and up.)
Disney Labyrinth 100th Anniversary Board Game
I played Labyrinth for the first time this summer and am hooked! It’s a strategy and thinking game that really puts your brain to work in a fun way. With this new version, you’ll twist and turn through the sparkling Disney100 Labyrinth. Journey with your (really cool looking!) Mickey movers through the magical maze in this classic game, shifting paths carefully to navigate the constantly changing game board to find all of your favorite characters for the big celebration! (Geared for ages 7 and up.)
Free Fall Game
Take gravity to the next level with ThinkFun’s FreeFall, a logic and skill game that tests your spatial reasoning and dexterity. This game is definitely challenging for kids and adults alike. Build the puzzle and then flip, turn, and guide the ball from cup to cup to finish the maze. It’s a game with a learning curve that will put your brain to the test. (Geared for ages 8 and up.)
Tell me, which one is your favorite from this list of best board games?
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