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The Great Cheese Chase - The Great Chase is On! Players work together to move the three mice up the path and into the attic for a cheese party! But beware of the cat-if he pounces on a mouse on the path, the mouse goes back to the start and the long climb up begins again. Get all three mice to the attic before the cat gets there and you all win! Learn more!


What’s It? - What's It? is the game where creative minds think alike. When families can work together and have fun doing it, everyone wins! What's It? helps families use their collective brain power to beat the Doodler and win as a team. Cooperative games emphasize play and collaboration, not competition. Learn more!


Buzz! - Get Busy, Bees! It's a race to collect nectar drops and beat the bear to the hive in this cooperative game. When kids work together, everybody wins! Buzz! teaches young learners how to strategize, plan and cooperate. A cooperative game eliminates stress, builds self-esteem, and teaches kids that playing together can be fun! Learn more!


Mermaid Island - Watch out, Mermaids! The Sea Witch is on the move in this cooperative game! The tension builds as the Sea Witch gets closer to Mermaid Island. But everyone is working together against the common obstacle of the Sea Witch so no one feels left out or left behind. The game structure encourages teamwork and shared decision-making. Players plot their moves for the best outcome while the Sea Witch slowly makes her way around the board. Learn more!


Willy’s Wiggly Web - Unlike most games, the cooperative game Willy's Wiggly Web encourages kids to work together to cut the bugs free from Willy. Can you cut all the little bugs free before Willy the Spider falls from the top of the web? Watch out- it's wiggly! Learn more!


Race to the Treasure - Unlike most games, Race to the Treasure encourages kids to help each other to beat the game. This cooperative game encourages players try to beat the Ogre to the treasure by creating a path from START to END. Along the way, they need to collect 3 keys to open the treasure. Players strategize, cooperate and build the path together. If they get the keys and reach the END before the Ogre gets there, the team wins! Learn more!


Stone Soup - From the classic tale of cooperation comes this simple cooperative game where players work together to "cook" a soup by making matches of ingredients. Match all of the ingredients before the fire under the kettle goes out and everyone wins! Unlike most games, Stone Soup encourages kids to help each other to win as a team. This way, kids work together, they help each other, and they practice just what the Stone Soup story is all about -- cooperation! Learn more!


Lost Puppies - Kids love puppies and kids love being helpers. When kids are put in charge of finding and rescuing these cute little pets, they are empowered. When they work together rather than against one another they are building valuable life skills in a fun way! Kids are thrilled by the simple challenge of uncovering the puppies, and are equally excited by the challenge to lay out a strategy for how to help get them home. Learn more!


Snug as a Bug in a Rug - In the cooperative game Snug as a Bug in a Rug, get all the little colorful bugs under the rug before the 3 stink bugs stink up the place! Watch closely and make those matches! Spin the spinner and find a matching bug. Then slip it under the rug. Take turns spinning and matching and try to get all the bugs under the rug before the 3 stink bugs are sitting on top. Learn more!


Seeds for the Birds - Uh, oh! The baby birds are hungry. In this cooperative game, players help Mama Bird feed her little babies by turning over cards one at a time and gathering seeds. Kids often feel anxiety playing competitive games. With cooperative games, the stress of losing or not being good enough goes away because players are playing as a team against a common obstacle and not against each other. Learn more!


Hoot Owl Hoot! - This cooperative game is a hoot! Hoot Owl Hoot is easy enough for first time game players and the game can be made infinitely more challenging simply by adding more owl tokens into the game. This allows the game to age with the child or for older kids (or adults!) to play with younger kids. Like in Candyland, kids practice color recognition and moving tokens. Unlike Candyland, Hoot Owl Hoot is a cooperative game, meaning all players are playing for the same outcome together. Learn more!


Feed the Woozle - Chocolate-covered flies and hairy pickles? Yummy! Feed the Woozle is a cooperative game where players feed the Woozle 12 silly snacks from the spoon before all the snacks are gone. Kids play together, work together and have some monstrous fun! Feed the Woozle 12 snacks and you all win! Learn more!


Count Your Chickens! - The baby chicks have flown the coop in Count Your Chickens! In this cooperative game, all players work together to help Mother Hen collect her chicks and bring them back to the coop. Kids often feel anxiety playing competitive games. With cooperative games, the stress of losing or not being good enough goes away because players are playing as a team against a common obstacle and not against each other. Learn more!