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Fun Games For Girls To Play Together

SmartLab Toys Girls Only! Secret Message Lab

SmartLab Toys Girls Only! Secret Message Lab -games for girls

With enough supplies for two girls, including two secret message cases, to save and share messages, the SmartLab Toys Girls Only! Secret Message Lab is great for best friends. As they play, girls learn the science behind secret messages,  from acids and bases to filters and light waves, and more. The 24-page book includes activity instructions and science information.

Promotes: Chemistry, Following Directions

Ages: 8+

Fancy Nancy Fabulous Fashionista Game

Fancy Nancy Fabulous Fashionista Game - games for girls

The Fancy Nancy Fabulous Fashionista Game is a fun, hands-on 3D game featuring Fancy Nancy, a character from the popular series by Jane O'Connor. Players decorate their closets and shoe racks with pretty, reusable stickers. They must help Fancy Nancy create fashionable ensembles. Collect three full outfits to win the game.

Promotes: Social Skills, Creativity, Strategy

Ages: 5 – 15

Melissa & Doug Smarty Pants – Kindergarten Card Set

Melissa & Doug Smarty Pants - Kindergarten Card Set - games for girls

The Melissa & Doug Smarty Pants – Kindergarten Card Set is a set of 120 picture puzzles, math challenges, tongue-twisters, mazes, and vocabulary builders, all in a cute, convenient card set. Little girls and boys will enjoy solving the fun, age-appropriate puzzles.

Promotes: Vocabulary, Math, Visual Recognition, Problem Solving

Ages: 4 – 6

Princess Sofia Surprise Slides Board Game

Princess Sofia Surprise Slides Board Game - games for girls

The Princess Sofia Surprise Slides Board Game is a different game every time it's played. Little girls spin to move and then turn over slide tiles. Some slides move a player forward, while other move them back. Princess-themed fun for preschool age children.

Promotes: Creativity, Social Skills

Ages: 3+

We love to hear from you! Tell us about your favorite games for girls in the comments below!

Feature image adapted from image courtesy of Flickr, JD Hancock.

Source: Fractus Learning

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