Pitch: An analogue version of the digital favorite: players (age 6+) drop pieces into a physical grid to match colors, while their competitors try to block them.
Payoff: Like regular Tetris, Link helps kids hone learn spatial logic by making them look for patterns and think strategically, all at a fast pace. This version involves in-person competitors, too, which helps them hone social skills.
Price: $31.50; available here.
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