From card games to board games, there are the best learning games for kids from 2014. All are educational games that make kids think, use strategies, solve problems, and improve skills.

From card games to board games, there are the best learning games for kids from 2014. All are educational games that make kids think, use strategies, solve problems, and improve skills.

3 Months of Roominate - Help your child stay excited about science and engineering year-round with Roominate!    With our three month subscription, you’ll receive a Roominate Expansion Kit at the beginning of every month. Each expansion kit includes a new circuit, more building pieces, and/or more decorations to add to your Roominate creation!

3 Months of Roominate - Help your child stay excited about science and engineering year-round with Roominate! With our three month subscription, you’ll receive a Roominate Expansion Kit at the beginning of every month. Each expansion kit includes a new circuit, more building pieces, and/or more decorations to add to your Roominate creation!

Designed by 2 (female) Stanford engineers who noticed that we are not helping our girls. Designed to encourage spacial skills and learning for girls!  YES!

Designed by 2 (female) Stanford engineers who noticed that we are not helping our girls. Designed to encourage spacial skills and learning for girls! YES!

Once again, this is a toy I paid a fraction of the original price at a consignment store or a thrift-store (so it has some parts missing but works fine). I also recommend this one for a child with Autism because I see it as fascinating enough to encourage other behavior then the "Self Stimulatory" lining up of stuff (for example). I put this together and my son loved seeing the marbles take a different path each time. Marbles can be too small for children who still put stuff in their mouth.

Once again, this is a toy I paid a fraction of the original price at a consignment store or a thrift-store (so it has some parts missing but works fine). I also recommend this one for a child with Autism because I see it as fascinating enough to encourage other behavior then the "Self Stimulatory" lining up of stuff (for example). I put this together and my son loved seeing the marbles take a different path each time. Marbles can be too small for children who still put stuff in their mouth.

Roominate teaches girls how to wire their own elevators, working lamps, and more!

Roominate teaches girls how to wire their own elevators, working lamps, and more!

Adorable llama (or horse?) from Tegu Toys, and also featured in the Oprah magazine

Adorable llama (or horse?) from Tegu Toys, and also featured in the Oprah magazine

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