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Card Games

Card games have been played by young and old for centuries. A game of cards not only offers entertainment for kids, but provides many benefits to develop fine motor skills, patience, concentration and good sportsmanship as they develop social skills from friendly competition with family and friends.

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Bananas in Pyjamas Snap Card Game
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Care Bears Quest for Care-alot Card Game
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Care Bears Matching Card Game
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Toy Story Fish Card Game
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Disney Princess Snap Card Game
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Winnie the Pooh Playing Cards
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Shrek Playing Cards
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Minnie Snap Card Game
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Giggle and Hoot Snap Card Game
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Minnie Fish Card Game
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Giggle and Hoot Pairs Card Game
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Join the Wiggles in this fun game of Snap with 36 playing cards.
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The Wiggles Pairs Card Game
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The Wiggles Matching Cards
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Emma Wiggle Matching Cards
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The Wiggles Opposites Cards
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Emma Wiggle Opposites Cards
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Many playing cards feature fun characters and designs on the face and back of the cards. A pack of cards is compact and portable and requires only a flat surface for game play, making it an ideal form of entertainment for children to take anywhere.

Benefits of Playing Card Games with Children

Playing a game of cards not only stimulates and exercises the mind, but helps children to develop fine motor skills. As little hands hold playing cards, shuffle and deal the deck of cards, they build dexterity and agility, quicken reflexes and hand-eye co-ordination with cards.

There are countless card games with a variety of game play goals, that include matching, fishing, shedding or accumulation games. Playing cards can support many types of learning and problem solving skills as they follow the rules of the game. Children can learn memory recognition, matching, concentration, language skills, sequences, alphabet letters, number and pattern recognition.

Most card games require multiple players that expands a child's social interaction as they engage in friendly competition with friends and family. Like board games, children can develop skills in listening and communication and learn patience and good sportsmanship as they develop social skills and build relationships.

  • Barbie
  • Batman
  • Ben 10
  • Lightning McQueen from Disney Pixar Cars 3
  • Tinker Bell and the Disney Fairies
  • Cinderella and the Disney Princesses
  • Dottie \'Doc\' McStuffins
  • Dora the Explorer
  • Elsa and Anna from Frozen
  • Jake and the Never Land Pirates
  • Disney\'s Mickey Mouse
  • Disney\'s Minnie Mouse
  • Draculaura and Monster High
  • Peppa Pig
  • Elmo from Sesame Street
  • Sofia the First
  • Spider-Man
  • Leonardo and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Thomas and Friends
  • Buzz Lightyear and Toy Story
  • Winnie the Pooh
  • Star Wars
  • Minions and Despicable Me
  • The Wiggles
  • Igglepiggle and In the Night Garden
  • Bananas in Pyjamas
  • Hey Duggee
  • Lego
  • Shaun the Sheep
  • Pusheen the Cat
  • Strawberry Shortcake
  • Chase and the PAW Patrol
  • D\'lish Donut and the Shopkins
  • Hoot Hoot Go
  • Big Ted, Little Ted and Jemima from Play School on ABC Kids
  • Peter Rabbit