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Hey Sparkles! Happy Friday! For today’s Family Friday blog post, I am writing about the top 10 board games to play with kids who have nothing to do when it’s cold outside.

Top 10 Board Games for Kids

  1. Jenga. This classic game is wonderful to play and try to keep the tower balanced and win the game. You can buy your Jenga set here.
  2. Battleship. This is a strategy game where you try to sink your opponent’s ships before they sink yours. You can buy Battleship here.
  3. Monopoly. This is a game where you try to buy all the properties on the board so everyone has to pay you rent and you bankrupt them You can buy Monopoly here.
  4. Sorry. This is a game where you try to get your pieces around the board, but you can knock other people’s pieces back to the start. You can buy it here.
  5. Clue. This game is very fun because you have to guess who killed Mr. Body, where, and what they used. You can buy this game here.
  6. Guess Who. You have to guess who the other person picked, just like 20 questions. You can buy it here.
  7. Chutes and Ladders. This game is fun to try to make it to the top without getting knocked down again. You can buy it here.
  8. Candy Land. This game is mostly for younger children with a simple game layout and concept. You can buy it here.
  9. Connect Four. This game is kind of like tic-tac-toe, except you, have to get four together instead of three. You can buy it here.
  10. Operation. This game is tricky and fun. You can buy it here.

Well, that’s all I have for today, Sparkles. Which of these board games is your favorite? Tell me in the comments below. Thanks for reading, and Sparkles away!

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