Card games

Review: “Super Me” and “Monkey, May I?” Card Games

A review of the “Super Me” and “Monkey, May I?” card games that help children learn about empathy, social situations, and emotional intelligence.
Don’t Rock the Boat

Review: Don’t Rock the Boat by Play Monster

A review of the “Don’t Rock the Boat” game by Play Monster that challenges players to place figurines onto a ship without it tipping over. This game is great for all ages and also doubles as a playset!
Relative Insanity

Review: Jeff Foxworthy’s “Relative Insanity” by Play Monster

Jeff Foxworthy's “Relative Insanity” is a funny card game that is perfect for teens and adults. “Relative Insanity” was inspired by “Cards Against Humanity” yet tailored to be much more family-friendly. The set comes with 500 cards: 100 of them are “Setup Cards” that contain sentences such as “When my brother brought out his new baby to show the family, Granny blurted out…”
HEXBUG, Cats, Toys

Review: Cat Toys by HEXBUG

Owning a pet is something that is generally considered to be very beneficial for children and families alike. Loving and caring for an animal helps to […]