Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Keep Kids Learning with Family Game Night and Goliath and Pressman Games! #spon

*DISCLOSURE* Thank you to Goliath Games and Pressman Games for providing product samples in order to facilitate this post.  All thoughts are strictly my own.

Our kiddos are huge fans of Family Game Night and we recently had the chance to add some awesome, educational games to our lineup thanks to Goliath and Pressman Games!  

I love when educational games get the kids excited about learning, or better yet, the kids are so distracted by how FUN the game is, they don't even realize they are learning!   These games definitely fit the bill.


Sharpen your math skills the fun way with SMATH, the STEM game that makes addition, subtraction, multiplication and division more exciting than ever! Players use the tiles in their racks and the ones already on the board to build their own crossword-style equations. Game play can be customized from number novice to math magicians so everyone can play! For 2-4 players ages 6 and up.

Think Scrabble, but with numbers and equations instead of letters and words.  What a fun way to practice mental math!


hallenge your friend and your mind with Make 7, the STEM game with an exciting twist that always adds up to fun! Players take turns dropping one of their tiles down any slot on the console. Players only have to remember one rule: a 3 can only be placed so it lands in a RED square, 1s and 2s can go anywhere! The first player to get their color tiles to Make 7 in ANY direction wins! For 2 players ages 6 and up.

Okay, this game is reminiscent of Connect 4, but with and added challenge.  Another great game for building quick-thinking mental math muscle!

Mastermind for Kids

Kids test their code-cracking prowess with Mastermind for Kids, the challenging game of logic and deduction. The game comes with three levels of play, so kids can learn and grow with the game. With more than 55 million units sold, Mastermind is a great strategy game . . . and one of the world’s most popular games ever. It’s easy to learn and fast to play, and it’s different every time. The Codemaker sets a secret code, then the Codebreaker tries to match the code using logic, deduction, and maybe even a little bit of luck. After each move, the Codemaker gives clues to the Codebreaker. With lots of possible code combinations, every game is guaranteed to be a brainteaser. All of these game components can be stored in the game board. For 2 players, ages 6 and up; the winner will be a true mastermind. 

Mastermind is SO MUCH FUN!  Great for encouraging critical thinking, deduction skills and process of elimination.  This game is easy to learn and quick to play...probably our favorite of the bunch!


The race is on with this exciting version of the classic hidden word puzzle–it turns a solitary activity into a fun group word game as players go on a word search. Rotate the specially-designed circular board to reveal the word that the players will race to find on this turn. Everyone plays at once, and the first player to locate the word marks it with see-through colored tiles. With twists and turns that allow players to remove tiles played by competitors, Wordsearchers find the hidden word puzzles make a great game for kids and families to play together (and to boggle their minds with!). The player with the most tiles on the board at the end wins. The game includes 464 words to search for in 16 different puzzles and is good for years of fun. Includes game board, 8 double-sided game cards, 280 marking tiles, illustrated instructions. For 2-4 players, ages 7 and up.

I totally dominate word search puzzles, so I was pretty excited to try this one out.  It's like a family-style word search where quick thinking and speed go a long way.  I love Wordsearch! but I think the kiddos enjoy the game a little more when I'm not playing :)

If you are looking to add some fun new games to your Family Game Night, check out these and others from Goliath Games and Pressman Games.

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Disclosure: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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