Gift Ideas From Foxmind Games
It’s no real secret that my daughters love to play games. It’s quite normal in our house to see them play a game before they go to school each morning. Do you have any game enthusiasts to buy for this holiday season? If so then check out FoxMind Games they have over 84 games in their inventory.
FoxMind Games focuses on developing reasoning skills, verbal expression, creativity and strategic thinking. Their line consists of educational games, logic puzzles, spatial visualization, strategy and party games that the whole family will enjoy
Time in a Box
Inside this box you’ll find 96 activity cards that allow a child to momentarily shift your priorities and to focus on doing a special activity together. Play a board game, solve a puzzle, start a family tree, make a blanket fort, visit your local fire station or carry out an act of kindness that will bring a smile to a stranger’s face. A simple written agreement between you and the child sets the ground rules by which you’ll both abide.
Switch off your cell phone and get ready for some quality time! Season-by-season, with these inspired activities, you’ll have a wealth of ways to make memories together.
What is Time in a Box? A gift of dedicated time, an opportunity to try new things, a way to explore art and science, a chance to plan for the future and to consider the past, a way to tell a child in your life that they matter to you – more than anything!
was named one of the ten hottest toys in Canada by the Canadian Toy Association, it’s for one or more players and is recommended for kids 4 years and up.
Dr Toy’s 10 Best Socially Responsible – USA, 2014
The baby cubs have accidentally splashed themselves with paint while painting on the igloos. Along with Daddy Cool, they make their way to the bath tub to get washed up.
Which little ice bear cub will be the first to make it across the ice floes and into the hot bath tub? The first player to reach the wash tub with their bear cub is declared the winner.
Daddy cool is a fun game that children will totally adore, it can be played with 2-6 players and game time is around 20 minutes. It’s recommended for children 5 years and up.
- 13 normal ice floes
- 2 cracked ice floes
- 1 ice floe with a wash tub
- 1 big polar bear (Daddy Cool)
- 6 polar bear cubs
- 6 dice
Last Mouse Lost
The mice have just finished feasting and need to scurry into their holes. Don’t be the last mouse standing or you might get caught by the cat!
The Last Mouse Lost is a simple math game that kids can play on long road trips, that will relieve their boredom. The players take turns pushing down any number of mice they want in a single row. The player who pushes down the last mouse loses that round. Whoever wins three of five rounds wins the game! Two players can get an average of five minutes of playtime. It’s recommended for children 6 years and up, it’s affordable at only $7.95 on Amazon and makes a great stocking stuffer.
- Rubber disc
- Game rules
Do you have any chocaholics on your gift list to buy for?
In this deceptively sweet game of tactics, connect chocolate tiles to set the largest contiguous area of your type of chocolate (white, milk or dark). Place up to 3 tiles during the game as a second layer on top of your opponents pieces to try and ruin their plans. Play carefully as they surely are planning on ruining your strategy. The object of the games is to create the largest connected area of your chocolate color.
Chocoly is a game for 2-4 players and gives the players an average of 15 minutes playing time.
It’s recommended for children eight years and up.
- 36 tiles representing three types of chocolate in different configurations
- 12 red markers
- Game rules