Cat in the Hat – I Can Do That! – Someone gave this to my youngest in November when he turned 3. It’s been hugely popular in our house with my boys – so much so that I’m a little tired of playing it (cut Mommy a break here, kids!) It’s $19.99 on Amazon. Players pick up cards and have to do different tasks based on what the cards tell them. They use cool Dr. Seuss item-props to play the game. Check out the fun little 39 second video on Amazon to find out more about it. It’s currently selling for $19.99 on Amazon, with free shipping.
Dr. Seuss’ Super Stretchy ABC will be a breeze for all you Yoga Mamas, for the rest of you, be warned: prepare to get flexible! This one is definitely a game made for little bodies as this Mommy’s only too-aware of her age when she plays this game. Think of it as a younger kid’s version of Twister, with an ABC twist. Players earn chips the more they stretch. It’s currently $21.20 on Amazon.
Lastly, I received a sample of Richard Scarry’s Busytown game. Richard Scarry’s books have been entertaining kids for decades, and now there’s a game to go along with the books – Busytown. It’s I-spy-ish in that you race around the town looking for hidden objects. The game board’s over six feet long so clear some floor space!