31 Games - Spot It!

Is your 3-year-old the youngest of the family, or are all the kids your child plays with close to that same age?  If so, then you know how difficult it can be to find ways for them to all be involved in the fun and games - so many choices are just too advanced for this age.

But now, you'll have a list of 31 unique games that even a 3-year-old can join in with.  A few of these ideas will be best for the preschool set, but most will work for a wide range of ages!

Click on over here to see the full list, but read on for this great game idea!

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This is a fast-paced, unusual card game where all the players compete simultaneously.

The game directions provide several variations, but Gv's first encounter with the game involved simply looking for matches amongst the different cards.

It's super-portable and one of the best games to play if you have a wide range of ages.

Spot It!

Spot It!

Players:  2 - 8 

Ages:  3 +

Place:  anywhere all the players can sit and see the center card at the same time

Equipment:  this game

How to play:  The directions are included in the game (& remember, there are a bunch of play options), but basically each player gets one card and another card is turned over in the center.  The first player to find a symbol on their card that matches the one in the center wins that card and the player with the most cards at the end wins the game.

It sounds easy, but it's actually pretty tricky to locate a match - especially under the pressure of beating your opponents!

This game is like "I Spy" on steroids - have you ever played it?  I'd love to hear!  Either leave a comment below or email me at lisahealy (at) outlook (dot) com.

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