Cards in our family are essential. We play games every time our family gets together. It is a great time to laugh and bring some great conversation. These are just some of the games that we have played with our children and adults alike. Plus, cards are cheap and a great stocking stuffer!
Slapjack is a very simple game, and it is often a child’s first introduction to playing cards. The memories of playing this often noisy, and always fun pastime are never forgotten!
Suggested Ages: 5 to 12.
Skills Developed. Visual alertness and quick responses.
Suggested Ages: 4 to 10.
Skills Developed. Matching and pairing.
This is a really easy game to play. Adults, as well as children, find it very humorous.
Suggested Ages. 6 and up.
Skills Developed. Counting, matching, and recognizing suits.
United States Playing Card Website.
They explained it in an easy way that my 6 year old could understand.
If you really love games, please look up Texas 42.
This is with dominoes and is too complicated for me to explain on here.
It was said to be developed my two 12 year olds.
I would say this is more of an adult game.
I hope you enjoyed this edition of Works-For-Me-Wednesday.