Roll the robot dice and find the corresponding bots on the boardThese illustrated dice make up the legs, bodies, heads, and antennae of 81 different robots for you to find on the board. Collect a counter for every robot you spot first; the player who collects the most counters wins. Who is the fastest? Who can focus their mind the most? Find out with Spot the Bot, a family game of visual intelligence and quick wit.
The KleptoCats have taken over ... and they're here to stay. This guide has all you need to know about the cutest, most devious cats. It just might help you survive.
This book is the ultimate guide to peaceful coexistence with KleptoCats. Featuring profiles on 50 of these feline masterminds and hysterical advice, this guide will help you navigate life with pesky portal-jumping thieves. From a mischievous yarn-stealing cat to one that may actually be an alien in disguise, these kooky kitties cannot be trusted. Stay safe and remember ... it's their world now.
Three hundred jungle animals - from the aardvark to the wire-tailed manakin - populate the board of this game. Some are familiar, like the leopard or the hippopotamus, others less so, like the eyelash viper or the giraffe weevil. Pull a counter from the bag and be the first to spot that animalThis beautifully designed game features charming illustrations by Caroline Selmes. Simple to understand but addictive to play, this fun and challenging game will delight adults and children alike.
Activities selected from an Amazon Best Kids' Books of 2016 pick
Balancing your child's screen time can be difficult, especially when it comes to wildly popular, open-ended video games like Minecraft. Minecraft offers players an environment focused on exploration, imagination, and creation, but its nonlinear game structure can mean spending a lot of time in the game.
You will start the book by brushing up on some common Minecraft terminology and examining the two main modes of game play: creative and survival. You'll then use this knowledge to venture off onto the six different quests that combine out-of-game and in-game activities and encourage child and adult participation. You'll even learn how to screencast and narrate your own videos to share with family and friends.
Little Learning Labs: Unofficial Minecraft for Kids provides fun, educational gaming goals that you and your child can reach together
The popular Little Learning Labs series (based on the larger format Lab for Kids series) features a growing list of books that share hands-on activities and projects on a wide host of topics, including art, astronomy, geology, math, and even bugs--all authored by established experts in their fields. Each lab contains a complete materials list, clear step-by-step photographs of the process, as well as finished samples. The activities are open-ended, designed to be explored over and over, often with different results. Geared toward being taught or guided by adults, they are enriching for a range of ages and skill levels. Gain firsthand knowledge on your favorite topic with Little Learning Labs.
Filled with the kind of imaginative, edgy, but family-friendly humor children love, Would You Rather . . .? Terrifically Twisted is an all-new edition to the the stomach-churning, laugh-inducing line that began with the American Library Association's Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers Would You Rather...? Gross Out.Whether read alone or used in a group as a party game, writing exercise, or icebreakers, the questions of Would You Rather...? Terrifically Twisted will have readers giggling and gagging as they have too much fun to notice they're building their reading, comprehension, and cognition skills. Would you rather... Play with Dog poo-scented Play Doh OR a Lite-Brite made with shards of broken glass? Would you rather... wear starched and iron underwear for a month or use poison-ivy toilet paper once? Would you rather... only be able to move forward while jumping rope OR only be able to eat while wearing a baby's bib?