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5 leuke bordspellen voor jou en je (oppas)kindjes

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Datum: 15 maart 2022
Over de Auteur: Deze blog is gepubliceerd door Jasmijn in het Nina.care team. Zij hoopt u met onze inhoud te informeren, verrassen en verblijden!
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Are you looking for a fun activity that your (babysitting) children can also learn something from? Then board games are the perfect solution. A perfect moment to sit down together around the table and play, learn and look for solutions as a team. We have listed 6 fun board games: from Miffy musical chairs for the younger children to Who is it for older children. Read on quick!

Miffy musical chairs

Everyone knows the game of musical chairs, but this is no ordinary musical chairs: you will get started with dance assignments, sing-along songs and much more. You play this game with 2-12 players. This game is suitable for children between 1-4 years. Follow the game technique that suits your child’s age. Miffy dances with her friends. Grab a dance command, hit the button on the music box and dance on the dance circle until the music stops. Turn around the circle you are standing on and dance along with the picture. You can find the game here .

giant quartet

This game is perfect for preschoolers who can’t read yet . It’s the normal quartet, but with pictures of cows, roses, plants and other fun elements. Fun, not too long-winded and educational. Have fun!

Tower of Pisa

An extra fun game for people who have actually visited the Leaning Tower of Pisa. The aim is that the “tourists” as they are called in the game do not fall from the tower. The game works like this: roll the dice to determine where the tourist should be placed on the tower. But remember that the tower wobbles a lot. Once a tourist falls, it’s yours. The goal is to have all your tourists on the tower by the end of the game. Then you win the game. The game contains 24 tourists. Who do you think will win?

magnetic fishing

You may recognize this game from the old days at the fair. Each fish has a certain color and number and the aim is to catch as many fish as possible with your rod. Whoever catches the most fish at the end of the game wins !


Everyone knows this game of course. But did you know that there is also a version for children from 5 years old? With Monopoly Junior, children learn to handle money in the most fun way. You play this game with 2 to 4 players in the age group of 5-7 years. The player with the most money at the end of the game wins!

board games

As mentioned, it is always a nice idea to learn in a playful way with your babysitters. A board game is the perfect activity for this. We have listed 5 board games, varying in age, number of players and difficulty level. Some games are reminiscent of the old days when you visited the fair as a child and some board games you may still play today, such as monopoly.

Enough choice to entertain you!