NEW Educational Card Games by Hoyle Make Great Stocking Stuffers #MegaChristmas18

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With “play for a purpose” being a popular buzz phrase within the toy industry, more toy companies are developing games that are engaging and educational.  Hoyle is helping drive this trend through their two new card games, Super Me! and Monkey May I?. Here are some ideal games for your family to enjoy on your next family game night.

Monkey, May I? 

Monkey May I? is an emotional intelligence game that your kids will go bananas over! With easy set up and easy play that includes elements of the kid-favorite “Simon Says”. Help reinforce your children’s social skills like making good choices, self awareness and self control with this entertaining and fast action game. Monkey May I? is easy to learn and a fun game for two to four player, four to six years of age.

You just will flip over an Action card, Make a good choice and collect Monkey Money. The little monkey with the most monkey money at the end wins the game!

Super Me! 

Super Me! is an emotional intelligence game that includes elements of kid-favorites like Memory and Matching! With easy set up and taking turns matching the situation to the emergency, you can reinforce social skills like making good choices, helping others and having empathy. Super Me! is easy to learn and a fun game for two to four player, four to six years of age.

Just flip over an Emergency! card. Make a Super Me! match and be a Superhero. ANYONE can be a SUPER HERO! by helping!

Sharks are Wild 

Kids dive into Sharks Are Wild because it’s easy to learn and starts a jolly-good time! You win my game by being the first player to collect five Gold Coins. To win each gold coin, you create a sequence of five numbered cards like you see below. And you can use my shark card to replace any number in the sequence. That’s why they call me wild, mate! But that’s only the beginning. Once kids master Level One, there’s more fun and learning in store.

Kids can play open-handed at first to get their sea legs. After they master the basic game, the advanced version adds more of a challenge and can even bring older siblings into the game. In Level Two of the game, a couple of other deep-sea pals of mine add even more excitement. Watch out for the Octopus! He lets a player grab another player’s card and add it to their own sequence. But you can stop the Octopus from grabbing any card if you have a Dolphin in your hand.

Piggy Bank 

I don’t mean to hog all the credit, but my game is a Gold Seal winner at teaching kids ages 4-6 how to add and subtract by fives and tens. Okay, maybe the folks at HOYLE® helped a little too. You see, Piggy Bank is so easy to learn and so much fun, kids have no idea they’re gaining valuable math skills.

The goal of my game is to force another player to ‘break the bank’ by putting too many coins inside the piggy.

Catch N’ Fish 

Yes, darling. I’m a star. (Sorry, my contract says no autographs.) But after playing Catch N’ Fish, it’s kids ages 4 to 6 who become the stars… star pupils, that is. You see, the folks at HOYLE® have created a positively fabulous new game for 2 to 4 players that so easy to learn and fun to play, it makes learning to add and subtract simply irresistible.

These games are perfect family game night, a rainy afternoon treat or just a fun way to get them laughing and thinking. They make great stocking stuffers for kids ages 4-6. Be sure to check out all Hoyle has to offer this holiday season.

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We’ve added Hoyle Card Games for Kids to our 2018 Holiday Gift Guide! Check it out here

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  1. Dorothy Boucher says

    Thank you for sharing this, I just was thinking about grabbing a few stocking stuffers for the grandchildren .
    @tisonlyme143

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