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Bicycle Playing Cards

We looked high and low (pun intended) for the best value in playing cards. At these prices, let the kids bend them, fold them, use them, lose them. Let them do magic tricks, 52-Card-Pickup and any other game they want!

Spot It!

Talk about an addictive game! A fun, fast-paced, and simple card game that everyone aged 7 years and up can enjoy. In a group of two to eight players, you'll draw cards and match symbols, like light bulbs, snowmen, or puppies, but with one catch — there is only one matching symbol exists between any […]

Rummikub

Rummikub is played with a set of 106 elegant tiles that are as durable as they are easy to handle. Like Rummy, players build melds of run of the same colors – Red 7, Red 8 and Red 9 – or sets of the same numbers – Blue 8, Red 8 and Black 8. If […]

Othello

Isn’t it funny how the simplest games can be both challenging and engaging? Othello takes a minute to learn and a lifetime to master. Simple enough for children, yet challenging for adults, it’s great, fast-moving fun for the entire family. Choose to be black or white and strive to get the most discs flipped with […]

Apples to Apples (Jewish Edition)

The Apples to Apples Jewish Edition brings the award-winning card and party game, Apples to Apples, to the Jewish family.    This game will have the whole family laughing with each crazy comparison, while also expanding their knowledge of Jewish themes and thinking skills. It’s as easy as comparing “apples to apples”.   Fast moving […]

Bananagrams

Not a book, and not particularly Jewish, but as a word-game, we feel it fits the theme of this site. In this unique word game, players use tiles to create words crossword-style. The first player to use all their tiles is the winner. With multiple ways to play, this game is perfect for beginning spellers, […]

Set

Set is a pattern-recognition game that anyone can play, even one person alone. Younger players can often compete with older ones. The object is to identify "sets" of three cards. Each card is unique in its four features; color – red, green or purple, symbol – diamond, squiggle or oval, shading – solid, striped or […]

Jumparoo Boing! II Pogo Stick

We’re always on the lookout for the kinds of toys that will help kids exercise their minds and/or bodies. Here’s one of our favorite, great for outdoors or in the basement or garage on a rainy day….   What makes the sturdy, all-metal BOING! stand out from others? First there's the Y-shaped handle with foam […]

Perplexus Maze

We’re always on the lookout for the kinds of toys that will help kids exercise their minds and/or bodies. If you haven’t seen this one, watch out – you may end up playing with it more than your child! Talk about the art of aMAZEment….! Perplexus is a maze game where players must maneuver a […]