Not all games are playable on a toddler level, but there are still plenty of games toddlers can play! Today I’m sharing 9 of them that are must haves in our house.
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Family Game Night has always been a big thing in our house. Board games, video games, made up games, you name it we play it. Even the twins love playing games.
Check some of our favorite games for toddlers for your next family game night. If you have a favorite game for kids drop a comment below so we can check it out!
9 Games Toddlers Can Play
Like Bingo but designed for children! We’ve had Zingo for going on 5 years now. The twins can even operate the Zingo card holder making everything about this game kid friendly.
An old favorite and another game we’ve had for many years. Hi Ho Cherry-Oh is great for counting and small motor skills. This is a game I will be working into our Toddler School schedule this Fall.
I had forgotten about this game until we received it from Hasbro a few months back. It’s been on the TV stand since, and we play it almost daily. A fun game for teaching suspense, that’s for sure!
#4 UNO Moo
I just placed an order for UNO Moo and I can’t wait to play it with the twins! This preschool version of UNO comes with farm animals to match up and place in a barn. When you get down to one animal, you shout “UNO Mooooo!”
A great game to get toddlers moving is Disney Junior Super Stretchy Game. Think Twister, but featuring favorite Disney Junior Characters.
All four of my kids love I Spy Games, even my teenager. The I Spy Preschool Game has kids match riddles with pictures on twelve interlocking puzzle pieces.
#7 Candy Land
Another old favorite and one toddlers can play, with a little help. Stroll through Candy Land as you work on colors with your toddler, but you may want to have some cotton candy or suckers on hand for snacking.
#8 Chutes & Ladders
This one pretty much goes hand in hand with Candy Land. Toddlers will need some help on this one, but it’s great for working on counting.
#9 Memory and Matching Games
Toddlers love Memory and Matching Games and they are great for those growing brains. There are so many options for matching games, and you can even make your own as well.
What are your favorite games toddlers can play?
As a mom of twins, I’ve also created a list of Preschool Games Twins Can Play Together that will come in handy when during the toddler years with twins and beyond!