The Best Game Books for Kids
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Ah! Summertime! It’s just around the corner!
I don’t know about you, but I don’t want my kids looking at a screen the entire time they are on break! There are many times where I live that it’s just too stinkin’ hot to send them outside, so I like to start the summer with a basket of activity and game books that I can pull out to fill in those times when my kids just need something quiet to do. And, when we travel, I stick a couple of these in the pocket of my car to keep the kids busy on long car rides.
These game books are some that my kids have used and enjoyed.
Whether you are traveling or spending the summer at home, these game books will keep your kids busy and screen-free for a little while. Here are our favorites–the best game books for kids!
Our favorite game books for kids
- Don’t Let the Pigeon Finish This Activity Book!
- The 50 States: Activity Book: Maps of the 50 States of the USA
- Paint by Sticker Kids: Zoo Animals: Create 10 Pictures One Sticker at a Time!
- What’s Different? (Dover Little Activity Books)
- I Spy Extreme Challenger: A Book of Picture Riddles
- Summer Fun Mad Libs Junior
- The Captain Underpants Extra-Crunchy Book o’ Fun
- The Encyclopedia of Immaturity
- KLUTZ Lego Make Your Own Movie
- Cat’S Cradle Book Kit-
- Brain Teasers: Mind-boggling quizzes, trivia, and logic puzzles (Highlights™ Puzzlemania® Puzzle Pads)
- Summer Puzzles (Highlights™ Puzzlemania® Activity Books)
- Hit the Trail! (Highlights™ Amazing Mazes)
- Melissa & Doug ABC 123 Wild Animals Dot-To-Dot Coloring Pad
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More Game Books for Kids:
- Check out what Leah and her kids chose as their favorite game books for kids over at Natural Parent Guide!
- And don’t miss Mia’s book buffet at Unto Adoption! 🙂
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