Games I Play with my 7 and 3 year old sons: The Good, the Bad and the...Ones to Avoid at all Costs!!
Tom Volpe
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I know there have been Geeklists like this before. They were a huge help to me when I was first looking for great games to play with my family (back then my oldest was 4 and my youngest just born). Since then I have bought a bunch of games. This list is intended to help those interested in gaming with their kids learn from my experiences. Some of these games work well with one of my boys (either too complex for the younger or too simple for the older) and some are great to play with both of my kids (now 7 and 3....sorry 3 and a half).

You won't find the "roll and move" games like Candyland and Shoots and Ladders on this list. These games don't involve any decision making at all (except for what color you want to be). I'm assuming most people buy these games because they don't realize that there are much better games out there for all ages.

I'm listing all the games in my collection that I have played with my kids, both good and bad, and will comment on what we all thought of them.

Feel free to add the games that work well with your kids (as well as the ones you feel should be avoided).

Enjoy!!
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26. Board Game: Pickomino [Average Rating:6.51 Overall Rank:898]
Roger Fawcett
United Kingdom
Northwich
Cheshire
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Here's another cracker from the same stable as Chicken Cha Cha and Hick Hack. Great fun collecting worms and then immediately losing them again. With a little help quite young children can play and for the slightly older ones it practices their number bonds up to about 30 or so as they add the dice.
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27. Board Game: The Legend of Landlock [Average Rating:5.80 Overall Rank:5058]
Robert Schultz
United States
Bear
Delaware
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My 5-year-old daughter plays this 2-player game with my wife or I often and seems to enjoy it immensely. She has beaten me every time we've played, despite my attempts to win. IMHO this is a great tile-laying game for kids that introduces them to concepts of strategy and spatial relations.
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28. Board Game: Expedition [Average Rating:6.91 Overall Rank:988]
Sifu
United States
Beaverton
Oregon
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Expedition is an excellent game for 3 or 4 players (can play 2-6) when some of them are children. Each player has a hand of locations, and players take turns building three different "expedition routes", trying to make the routes pass through their own locations (which allows laying down the relevant cards). The rules are simple, the cards have a ton of interesting information on them, and there is a neat strategy element to the route planning. It doesn't hurt that the game helps familiarize kids with world geography, but it would be just as fun if the map were of an imaginary land.
 
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29. Board Game: Animal Upon Animal [Average Rating:6.91 Overall Rank:569]
Swood
United States
Stamford
Connecticut
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Extremely simple stacking game that is wonderful for kids and adults. We have Gulo Gulo as well, but Tier Auf Tier gets waaaay more action. My kids (pictured) will always pick "Stacking Animals" over Gulo Gulo, though we do play the latter every once and a while.

This game is responsible for clicking my 2.5 year-old daughter's fine motor skills. For the first couple of weeks... she was a mess, always knocking over the whole stack during placement with shaky hands. But a month or two later she constantly asks to play the game and usually wins outright. Her finesse in finding unusual stacking possibilities never fails to impress.

I've brought this game with me to conventions to play with other adults. Also good with 2-players while sitting in a coffee shop.
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30. Board Game: Carcassonne [Average Rating:7.44 Overall Rank:108] [Average Rating:7.44 Unranked]
Michelle Zentis
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Prague
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My niece started playing this around age 7 or so and could have handled it much earlier. After a few weeks she was winning at least her fair share of games against adults -- playing with full farmer rules and the expansions through Inns and Traders.

There are a few simplified/children's variants listed on the main Carc page. I've also seen several people who say that Carc: Hunters and Gatherers is the way to go with kids.
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31. Board Game: Ave Caesar [Average Rating:6.64 Overall Rank:808]
Michel van Peenen
Netherlands
Delft
Zuid-Holland
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Despite it's "serious" looks and way to high age recommendation on the box (12+) this game play very well with young chlderen (4+).

I have played this game several times with my 4 year old son and a friend of his and they like it very much.

At their age they are not able to make much tactical decisions like when to play a low card to block the the track. But that doesn't matter because to them the race is what counts.

And of course they just love to shout "AVE CAESAR" when paying tribute to Caesar.
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32. Board Game: Diamant [Average Rating:6.70 Overall Rank:675]
 
Alan Kaiser
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Aurora
Colorado
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This is one of the most requested games from both my kids. Granted they are girls and the presence of soooo many red and clear 'gems' is the main draw but they do love the game. The 4 year old is a little young so she plays on dads team against mom and her sister.
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33. Board Game: The aMAZEing Labyrinth [Average Rating:6.34 Overall Rank:1220]
Alan Kaiser
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Aurora
Colorado
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This is one of my older daughters favorites, especially if she gets to 'rescue the princess'. She started playing when she was 5 years old and with a little help could do fairly well.
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34. Board Game: Viva Topo! [Average Rating:6.90 Overall Rank:1239]
Alan Kaiser
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Aurora
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This is my current favorite game to play with my kids. Both enjoy the game and are able to play fairly well. It's essentially a risk management game. Try to keep most of your mice away from the cat and collect more cheese than anyone else in the process. There are some very nice choices that kids have to puzzle through once they figure out the game.
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35. Board Game: Mago Magino [Average Rating:6.22 Overall Rank:5016]
Alan Kaiser
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Aurora
Colorado
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Another Selecta favorite. Collect the most magic gems and get them back to the castle before the witch turns you into a toad. The bits to this game are great and add to the excitment when this one comes out. Check out these components:



There are also some good choices to be made during the game that will keep a 7 year old challenged but not make the game inaccessable for a younger kid.
 
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36. Board Game: Die Schlacht der Dinosaurier [Average Rating:6.19 Overall Rank:5164]
Alan Kaiser
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Aurora
Colorado
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Since you are talking about 3 and 7 year old BOYS I can't see how this list could go on this long without some sort of dinosaur game being mentioned. This one is probably one of the most eye-catching of them all.

I should note that I have never seen this game and don't know what the age range would be but I'm sure any boy could find plenty of things to do with a box full of dinosaurs and soldiers!
 
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37. Board Game: Stay Alive [Average Rating:4.90 Overall Rank:10677]
Jay Manetz
United States
Howell
Michigan
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My daughters (ages 7 & 8) love to play Stay Alive and Ticket To Ride.

As a Stay Alive expert myself (I was about their age when it was first released), they are no match for my mastery of the game. None-the-less, Daddy's marbles usually end up being pick-up and dropped into the little holes while they do a victory dance around the table.

And for their ages, they do very well at Ticket To Ride. There's just enough fun, knowledge of the United States and little plastic train cars to keep their interest level high. My oldest always goes for the 5-6 car tracks while my youngest goes for the longest train bonus. Daddy's somewhere in-between and occasionally gets to win.

I would highly recommend either game for a younger crowd.

Very nice list indeed!
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38. Board Game: Blink [Average Rating:5.96 Overall Rank:2654]
Bruce Baskir
United States
Missouri
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Younger children seem to enjoy real-time games, and Blink is easier than Set.
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39. Board Game: Chinese Checkers [Average Rating:5.13 Overall Rank:10699]
Bruce Baskir
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Missouri
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Every child should learn to play some form of chess, but for younger children, an easier introductory game may be more appropriate. Usually Checkers is chosen for this role, but I've found Chinese Checkers to be more exciting, with the advantage that up to six can play.
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40. Board Game: Enchanted Forest [Average Rating:5.79 Overall Rank:3711]
Matt Robintree
United States
Eugene
Oregon
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I enjoyed this game when I was 5 yo.
Recently I found a copy and tried it out with a friend.
It's still fun, though of course a very light game.
It's mainly a memory game, with some bluffing.
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41. Board Game: The Mole in the Hole [Average Rating:6.39 Overall Rank:2138]
Mike Windsor
United States
Fort Worth
Texas
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The goal is to pull a chit, and move your plastic moles in a way to get them into a hole. There are more moles than holes, and once the holes are full, you lift the board to reveal the next level. At the fourth level, there is only one hole, and the first one into the hole wins the "golden shovel" (apparently this motivates moles). I have the German version (Die Maulwurf Company), but its still the same game. It took my four year-old a few plays to get the hang of moving the moles in a straight line to get them in the holes, and she sometimes starts counting spaces with the one she currently occupies. Still, its neat when she sees a way to put a mole in a hole that I missed. The game is a big hit at our house.
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42. Board Game: Alpen Express [Average Rating:6.40 Overall Rank:6632]
Nello Cozzolino
United Kingdom
London
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43. Board Game: Thunder Road [Average Rating:6.52 Overall Rank:1939]
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Lexington
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Great game for boys. Mad Max theme and a never ending road. How cool is that?! Still like to play it.
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44. Board Game: Das Kleine Gespenst [Average Rating:6.09 Overall Rank:5572]
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Singapore
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This is my 3yo daughter's favorite. Essentially a memory game, but the bits are way too cool.
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45. Board Game: Hisss [Average Rating:5.62 Overall Rank:6644]
Tom Volpe
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Evanston
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We just recently began to play this with my 3 (soon to be 4) year old and he loves it! The game involves matching colors of tiles that contain either a snake head, tail or body section in order to create a snake. Once the snake is completed, that player takes the those tiles (number of tiles counts as the score for each player at game end). Players need to pay attention to the tiles already on the board since they may be able to use their tile to bridge two unfinished snakes in play.

This is a great game to play with younger kids ages 2 to 4. My 7 year old will play but he gets bored pretty quickly.
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46. Board Game: Lord of the Rings [Average Rating:6.83 Overall Rank:479]
Tom Volpe
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Evanston
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I just started to play this with my 7 year old. He loves it!! Since it's a co-op game I was able to help him out at first but he doesn't need much help anymore. We have played 4 games so far and have yet to toss the ring into Mount Doom. In fact, we have only made it to Mordor twice (and we didn't last very long there). He is getting used to the fact that the game is hard and we probably won't win but he is still having a blast and wants to try again.

Great co-op game that is easy to learn but hard to master. Good for kids 7 and up (even 6 would be ok if the kids don't mind losing at games).
 
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Illinois
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Earlier in the list someone recommended Memoir 44 to play with my 7 year old. I tried it with him and even with all the cool bits he didn't ask to play again (who says no to tanks and army men?!). Funny, one of the things he didn't really like was the restrictions on activating his troops (left, center or right).

I recently learned about Clash for a Continent which has similarities to Memoir 44 (and the other Borg games) but with some nice changes. In this game players have a base amount of activation points (these vary depending on the scenario played) that are used to activate units (to shoot, move, rally, etc.). There is no restriction as far as which units are being activated.

This is a fun game! My son loves it and asks to play again and again. He is also getting interested in learning the history behind the game and wants to go to the library and take out books on the French and Indian War. How cool is that!?

If you're looking for a light wargame for a 7 year old then this is a great game to start off with. Rules are very easy to learn and they make sense. We are having lots of fun with this one.

There is also another game in the series (War in America) called For Honor and Glory: War of 1812 Land and Naval Battles. It has new scenarios for land battles during the war of 1812 but also has naval warfare (ship vs. ship and fleet battles). The rules are also easy to learn and make sense.

I highly reccomend this for 7 and up.
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48. Board Game: Circus Flohcati [Average Rating:6.60 Overall Rank:1120]
Peter Mumford
United States
Somerville
Massachusetts
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For me this is the standard in the trivial-card-games-for-kids-and-drunk-adults category. Head and shoulders above Loot, Rat a Tat Cat, etc. I'm not sure why, but its better.
 
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