Weekly Topic Inspiration (formerly HubMob): Board Games & Card Games
Ready for this week's topic inspiration? It's all about children's books. Explore this rich category for Hub topics like "Card Games for Long Airplane Flights", "Board Games for Kindergarteners", "Card Games for 8 People" and countless other topics like it. Keep the titles specific and to-the-point.
Review of the Scrabble Platinum Edition Gameboard and the top 3 reasons for buying it. Great for family game night! read more
Playing card games are a great way to help children better understand basic math skills. Here are some great math card games for every level of learning! read more
Aggravation is a fun, high energy family board game that can take any amount of twists and turns. A race to the finish will keep you on the edge of your seat! read more
The Internet Scrabble Club is the best online Scrabble site. The popular Scrabble crossword game has been a favorite board game for over 50 years. This online version makes a good thing even better. read more
Here are some great Barbie games for kids and adults to enjoy together. read more
In this article, I discuss over a dozen different board games that are ideal for the elementary school classroom. I include variations and resources for many of these games. read more
The board game, Rich Dad Cashflow for Kids is a fun way to teach complex financial concepts to kids aged 6 to 12.
Designed by Robert T. Kiyosaki, an author and investor famous for his Rich Dad Poor Dad series of books, the game's goal is to teach young players how to become "Cashflow Kids." read more
What did we play before video games? Board games young children and "tweens" will enjoy. An article about nostalgic games from the past that deserve to be rediscovered. read more
Snap is a fun game to play whether you are an adult or a child. There are several variations of this game and all are quite entertaining. read more
One more from me Lilibees... I really enjoy this topic!
What is Leela? It is an ancient game similar to Chutes and Ladders-but, preempted C & L
This hub explains the fascinating game that takes the player on a journey of self discovery. read more
Seniors play cards to improve brain fitness. New research shows that memory loss and declining cognitive function is not inevitable if seniors exercise their brains to activate new brain cells. Playing cards is not only fun, but it is great brain exercise. read more
Family game night could include a hot game of Trivial Pursuit. Read about the inventors Chris and Scott and how T.P. was created. read more
Spider Solitaire became an addition to any PC purchase in 1998. The beginner’s version is easily solved and the intermediate not far behind. The option for the advanced used comes with challenges so great it becomes addictive not only to the individual but for bringing out the competitive nature in all members of the family. read more
The top ten Hasbro board games that ar suited for quality family fun. I have rated these games based on personal experience of playing them growing up and with my children as they grow. These are great starter games for a variety of tastes, ages and levels.
Pick a game and a night and turn it into a Family Game Night! read more
Word games are great for increasing kids' vocabularies. Here are four choices for improving vocabulary: Apples to Apples, Scrabble, Word Up, and Balderdash. A useful article for teachers and parents. read more
Try the Apples to Apples game, "the game of hilarious comparisons" for an awesome game to play on Family Game Night, a party, a holiday or with your friends! read more
Games for kids of all ages. Don't miss out on the opportunity to have some fun with your children. read more
Imaginiff is a fun, easy to play party game that is perfect for hanging around with old friends and reminiscing... but is also tons of fun for families. With lots of silly questions, be prepared for lively debate and a great deal of giggling! read more
by Jason Menayan 7 years ago
A bright and cheery Monday, everyone! (or a cold and misty one if you're here in San Francisco...)Ready for this week's Weekly Topic Inspiration topic? Brought to you by Maddie Ruud, it's board games and card games. Ready to have a go at it? Keep your topic tight and focused, like "Card Games...
by Jason Menayan 6 years ago
Weekly Topic Inspiration (formerly HubMob): Books for childrenReady for this week's topic inspiration? It's all about children's books. Explore this rich category for Hub topics like "Books for 3 year olds", "Ebooks for children", "Coloring books about animals" and...
by Simone Haruko Smith 3 weeks ago
What advice would you give to someone adopting a new pet? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)What is the best way to go about adopting a pet? How do you help a newly adopted pet adapt to his new home? How can we reduce the number of newly adopted pets that are returned to shelters? Share your pet adoption...
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
What recipes are great for families? (Contest-Friendly Weekly Topic Inspiration)Cooking for oneself or for a couple of people is very different from cooking for an entire family. What recipes do you know of that work really well for families (in that they’re good for larger groups or making...
by India Arnold 6 years ago
Weekly Topic Inspiration: Shoreline Adventures-tell us about your exciting Summer water adventures!Since we are facing the sunny summer months, what about sharing your best summer vacations that centered around water/shoreline adventures (lakes, beaches, ponds, creeks, rivers, spillways, dams, and...
by davidwpa 8 years ago
Does anyone play board games any more? What are your favorites?I like Monopoly, Carcassone, Chess and Go to start. Anyone else?
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