Top 10

Best Board Games For 7-Year-Olds To Play In 2023

Candy Land

1.

A colorful board game where players move their pawns along a path filled with different colored squares, based on the roll of a die. The goal is to be the first to reach the end of the path.

2.

A game where players roll a die to move their pawn along a board filled with ladders that take them up to shortcuts, and chutes that send them down. The goal is to reach the end of the board first.

Chutes and Ladders

3.

A counting game where players spin a wheel to see how many cherries they can pick from their tree and put into their basket. The first player to collect all their cherries wins.

Hi Ho! Cherry-O

4.

A memory game where players flip over cards to find matching pairs.

Memory  Match

5.

A game where players take turns dropping colored disks into a vertical grid, trying to get four in a row horizontally, vertically or diagonally.

Connect 4

6.

A strategy game where players move their pieces diagonally across the board, trying to capture all of their opponent's pieces or trapping their opponent's pieces so they can't move.

Checkers

7.

A game where players match tiles with the same number of dots on them, trying to be the first to use up all their tiles.

Dominoes

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A card game where players ask their opponents for cards that match ones they already have in their hand, trying to collect as many sets of four of a kind as possible.

Go Fish

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A game where players roll a die to move their pawn along a board filled with snakes that send them back down, and ladders that take them up. The goal is to reach the end of the board first.

Snakes and Ladders

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The game is played with two to four players, and the objective is to move all of your playing pieces (or "pawns") from the starting area to the finish line, which is located in the center of the board.

Ludo