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Yorkiegirl Sat 04-Oct-08 19:26:13

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FiveGoMadInDorset Sat 04-Oct-08 19:27:17

Mousetrap, operation, monopoly.

Good luck for your brother tomorrow.

KerryMum Sat 04-Oct-08 19:27:32

I know it's naff but I like snakes and ladders and Frustration

FiveGoMadInDorset Sat 04-Oct-08 19:28:05

oh yes those too,

FiveGoMadInDorset Sat 04-Oct-08 19:28:18

junior scrabble

FiveGoMadInDorset Sat 04-Oct-08 19:29:13

you can also get games compendiums

Then there is the Guess who? game

Connect 4

Yorkiegirl Sat 04-Oct-08 19:29:14

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lg08 Sat 04-Oct-08 19:29:48

cranium hullabaloo

FiveGoMadInDorset Sat 04-Oct-08 19:29:56

at least it should be dry up there.

KerryMum Sat 04-Oct-08 19:30:33

guess who and connect 4 also hits here.

we have bought 2 mousetrap games and both of them have fallen apart within days. Don't waste the money.

janeite Sat 04-Oct-08 19:31:28

For younger children, Cranium is great. We also played Junior Scrabble quite a lot when they were that age. And the one where you pull blocks out to make a tower topple.

Aimsmum Sat 04-Oct-08 19:33:19

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FiveGoMadInDorset Sat 04-Oct-08 19:33:51

jenga

foxinsocks Sat 04-Oct-08 19:33:58

checkers for the 7 yr old

mine still love monopoly and cluedo (just that we hate playing it lol!)

dominoes if you don't have them...or squominos, Uno - mine loved those (I know not strictly board games)

Kimi Sat 04-Oct-08 19:34:34

Cranium is great fun, Monopoly is a fav of ours. Jitterbugs is fun, buckaroo and game of life are good.

TheFallenMadonna Sat 04-Oct-08 19:36:34

My dc are the same ages. We like Cranium Cadoo (played it this afternoon in fact), Jenga, Guess Who and oddly Game of Life. DD (4) likes Cranium Hullaballoo and Snakes and Ladders.

Oh, and Junior Cluedo.

janeite Sat 04-Oct-08 19:38:16

Jenga - that's it!

They also liked Guess Who and Kerplunk.

Card games always a goodie too.

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