- Cathedral: a Strategy Game Building a Walled City
Cathedral is one of the most family-friendly strategy games around, but many families have never heard of it. Placing buildings inside a city wall around the cathedral sounds easy, but you will need to out plan your opponent at the same time.
- The Gang's All Here - Family Reunion Games & Activities
Getting to know your relatives in a relaxed, informal environment is what a family reunion is all about. Playing games that are fun for all ages helps everyone to connect and relax. Team games help people to learn to work together and laugh together. There are many games to play at a family reunion.
- Reflection Connection for iPad: a Family Friendly Game?
Reflection Connections is a game that looks simple at first. Once you start playing it turns out to be more complex, harder than you thought - and might be a little addicting.
- Fun, Sun, & Exercise: Play Capture the Flag
Capture the Flag has been an activity on elementary playgrounds and fields for a very long time. And while most people know the basics, you might be surprised as to the history and official rules for the game.
- Diaper Dash - Hints and Tips
Diaper Dash is a spinoff time management game based on the popular Diner Dash series. Can you run a daycare center and keep the babies of DinerTown happy? Find out some game details and get a few tips to help you out.
- Best Batman Flash Games for Kids
There are plenty of free Batman online games for kids and teens, but finding the best games on the Internet might be difficult. We've done the hard work for you and put together a great list of free Flash games featuring the caped crusader and other DC comic book heroes and villains.
- Which Gaming Console is Best for Your Family?
Most families can’t afford to buy all of the gaming consoles for their kids. Knowing which ones would work best for their family is a must before purchasing a console. Read this article to learn more about them, and find out when the best time to buy them is to ensure you get the best deal.
- Get off the Couch! Choosing a Gaming System That Will Get the Whole Family Moving
Finding the right gaming system for your family can be a challenge, especially if you have children of a variety of ages. Each system has its pros and cons, and the purchase really depends on the unique needs of your family. All three of these systems will get everyone off the couch and moving.
- So Many Consoles...So Little Money
It’s finally time to buy that new video game console system the family has been dreaming about. With a fixed budget it can be difficult to decide which brand will give you the best value for your money. In this article we examine the Nintendo Wii, the PS3 & the Xbox 360.
- Multiplayer Games You Can Play With Your Kids, And Have Fun
So you want to play video games with your children. What do you play? What's family-friendly? What will let you participate instead of just watch? Here are a few suggestions.
- iPad Games for Preschoolers
Does your preschooler like to play with your iPad? Instead of playing games with flying birds how about downloading some of these great educational apps? By giving focusing on the best electronic games for your three year old kid, you can make sure he or she has fun and learns at the same time.
- A Mom's Quick Guide to Kindergarten Computer Activities and Games
These computer activities and games are excellent for kindergarten aged children and teach them how to use basic computer commands early in their childhood. These environments are fun, safe, and teach essential computer skills.
- Gradeschool Games From Japan
Playing games from other cultures is a great way to learn about the world while having fun. Children love games no matter where they live. Japanese children's games can enhance concentration, perserverance, agility, and balance while also helping people to grow in other areas.
- Brain Teasers for Middle School Kids
Brain teasers are typically math and IQ related questions that arouse children's problem solving skills and broaden their learning scope. Here's a list of fun and interesting brainteasers you can introduce middle school children to - at home or in the classroom.
- Preschool Computer Games at No Cost
Free preschool computer games are a great way to both entertain and educate your children. While younger children will require your assistance and supervision during play time, older preschool children can enjoy the games independently while you get other tasks done. Read on to find out more.
- Control your Children's Activities with Parental Controls
Follow the directions in this step-by-step guide to enable parental controls for your Sony PLAYSTATION 3. Doing so lets you be in control of what games your children can access and play when you’re not around to supervise.
- Control what Games your Children Play on their Gaming Console
You can be in control of what games your children can access and play when you’re not around to supervise.
- Guide to the ESRB Ratings System
For those unfamiliar with video gaming, the ESRB ratings system can be a great way to determine exactly what kind of game you're buying. Check out our guide for detailed descriptions of each rating and examples of games that fit into each rating category.
- What Are the Effects of Video Games on Children?
While the media often focuses its attention on negative aspects of gaming, it rarely discusses the positive effects of playing video games on children. Explore some of the ways in which gaming can improve a child's cognitive and perceptual abilities, and social skills.
- Teaching Children to Use a Computer: What Every Parent Should Know
Teaching children the use of a computer is a fun and rewarding experience for both parent and child. This Bright Hub will discuss ages at which a child should begin learning, as well as fun activities they can do while on a computer.
- Interactive Halloween Games: Carve a Pumpkin Online
Let your creative juices flow this All Hallows’ Eve with these free pumpkin carving games. Carve your own virtual Jack O’ Lanterns using virtual knives and colors and lit them up using candles.
- Free Online Santa Games
The best Santa Claus games online are fun and addicting. Games like Snow Line, Boing Boing Santa and Sled Shredding aren't strictly for kids, they are for grown-ups as well. And I am sure they too would love to watch the pixilated Santa and his sleigh riding over chimneys this Christmas eve.
- Holiday Games For The Family
When the holiday season rolls around, you should plan out a few children's Christmas games for the whole family to play! You can take just about any game and put a Christmas twist on it in some way. Here are a few holiday games for the family to play together!
- Family Friendly Kids Halloween Games Online
Take the guess-work out of finding family-friendly games for your children to play with these kids' Halloween games. Online sites offering games and activities for children of all ages are suggested.
- Great Do It Yourself Nintendo Character Costume Ideas for Halloween
You don't have to spend a lot of money to look like your favorite Nintendo character this Halloween. Consider creating your own Mario, Peach, Link, Luigi, or Toad costume using some of our excellent suggestions.