Looking for a great family game for kids 6 and under? Blue Orange games embrace battery-free play. We've been lucky enough to try out theZimbbos($19.99), which focuses on balance and silliness. Use your creativity to stack up an elephantastic pyramid. Taking turns, roll the die to find out how many elephants you have to add to the pyramid. The player who puts the last elephant on the pyramid wins the game. The elephants regularly crash--to our continuous amusement.
We play with a kids ages 3 to 6 and recommend this game to families looking for sweet fun. And I'll warn you the elephants are pretty inviting to involve in story play. Ours often end up in arks, zoos and in Playmobil settings--the sign of a good toy. For this and more check out www.blueorangegames.com/
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