If you are looking for some fun games to play at home, below are some of the games we have played in my classroom so far this year. They have been enjoyed by everyone and pretty easy to find...Q-Bitz: Q-bitz is playable from early ages up, allowing young children and older individuals alike to develop and hone their spatial recognition and organizational skills. Q-bitz will challenge your visual agility, memory, pattern identifications and hand eye coordination. Recreate the displayed shape on each card!!Q-Bitz Extreme: This version also challenges player's visual agility, memory, pattern identifications and hand-eye coordination. Recreate the displayed shape in the allotted time frame. The extreme version of Q-bitz includes shapes with rounded edges too add a completely new and challenging dimension to the beloved original. Now more than ever you'll need quick processing, visual agility, a sharp memory, and a little bit of luck.Square Up: It's a tremendously fun, fast and exciting visual thinking game that will have your fingers and brain moving simultaneously!! It strengthens logic, focus, visual-thinking and problem solving skills. It is easy to learn, yet a challenging game that will leave all ages addicted!iTrax: This is a game of tactical tracking and speed. It encourages problem-solving, critical thinking, and perseverance. Your learner uses problem solving and a keen eye to find the path connecting 2 blocks; then recreates the path as fast as they can with their own pieces.Color Stix: Colorful meets resourceful. Divide the Color Stix evenly and start the timer. Players race to arrange their stix into groups of matching colors before the color timer runs out. Each color block in the group is worth on point. At the end of the time, tally your points and pass your stix on to the next player. Continue until each player has had the chance to arrange each bunch. The play with the most points wins.Tenzi: Tenzi is the world’s fastest dice game! Fast, fun, and engaging, Tenzi is perfect for table top beginners and aficionados alike. Every player gets 10 dice. The object of the game is to roll the dice as fast as possible, the player who gets all dice on the same number and yells "Tenzi!" is the winner. There are over 80 ways to play Tenzi!!Name 5: Think fast and name five things related to the category! Can you name 5 things that could make a person sneeze? Fruits or vegetables beginning with 'a'? You have 30 seconds to come up with your five answers!!Pix Mix: Find the "pix" in the mix. Six transparent cards with simple line art, like a butterfly or a football, are stacked and added into a window envelope to create a tangle of angles and a clutter of curves. I have stacks of five, six, and seven pictures to challenge the classes!!Phase 10: Be the first player to complete 10 varied phases with two sets of three, one run of seven, or seven cards with the same color. Each phase is specific for each hand, meaning each player must complete one phase before advancing to the next round! "Wild" And "skip" Cards add excitement and deliver game-changing moments. Phase 10 is the rummy-type card game with a twist!Staxis: Staxis is the ideal way to entertain the classes while teaching them the benefits of patience, planning, confidence, calculated risk-taking, hand-to-eye coordination, and spacial awareness. Unlike many board games and table-top puzzle sets, Staxis is a great way to help children think outside the box. The 3-D arena of play demands children conceptualize future moves in an abstract way to achieve a strategically sound victory.Skippity: Use straight-line leaps to capture and stack the skippers you hop over. Any skipper can be your jumping piece; they're all fair game! Capture the colors you need while blocking your opponents from capturing the colors they need. When you have one of each color, its a set. The player with the most complete sets wins. The classes are really having fun learning different strategies while playing this game!!