Games as Gift Ideas from #SweetSuite14

Bananagrams WildTiles for ages 7 – 107 (funny) can be played with two to eight players, or it can be played as a single player game. To start, put all the tiles face down in the center of the table. Depending on the amount of players, each player takes 21, 15, or 11 tiles. The object of the game is make your own word grid using all your tiles. The first player to do so wins the game.



Telestrations is USAopoly’s award-winning party game where players simultaneously draw what they see, then guess what they saw to reveal hilarious and unpredictable outcomes. It’s the classic Telephone game sketched out. No drawing skills required—stick figures and a sense of humor welcome!

IQ Twist

A multi-level logic game, IQ Twist is a kids and adult game that gives your brain a spin to put all the twisted puzle pieces on the game board. Challenges from easy to difficult make this a IQ-building game for one player or more. It’s stored in a compact carry case so it’s a great travel game.

 Birds, Bugs and Beans

The animals are having a party and you’re invited! For ages 6 and up and 2-6 players, this card game lets kids have fun tweeting, clapping and making noise when birds, bugs or beans show up.

disorder game®

For ages 10 and up, disorder is a word game that takes wits, strategy and a bit of bluffing. An award-winning game where players add to a word or make it wild and players have to guess the word.


Another great game by USAopoly, Tapple is for 2-8 players ages 8 and older. Tapple is the award-winning, fast-paced word game that gives families & friends a rush of excitement as they compete to beat the timer! No need to spell  just say your word, tap the timer, and pass the Tapple Wheel. The last person standing wins the round!


Elf Magic

Remember that it’s not too early for holiday gifts. Elf Magic features a 10″ plush doll that creates special memories for children. A separate book and other accessories complete the set. Santa wants the Elves to help children create memories, have “good old-fashioned” fun, and reinforce the true meaning of Christmas and family values.

Watch for more great ideas in my gift guide, appearing on this blog soon!


Special thanks to The Big Toy Book team – Charlene, Joey and Laurie – for the chance to review these games and gifts! Follow @TheBigToyBook, @CharleneDeLoach, @JoeyFortman and @ToyInsiderMom.



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  1. Thank you dearly for coming!

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