The Top Educational Board Games for Kids - Eduzone

Board games offer lots of opportunities for early learning, with many games developing basic skills like reading, counting, memory and colours.

At Eduzone, we believe board games are a fantastic tool to teach and develop children's cognitive and puzzle-solving skills. They also give you the chance to spend quality time with your children, plus they are great fun too! 

We've highlighted some of our favourite board games - including some classics!


Snakes and Ladders 


Roll the dice and let the game begin! As each player climbs the ladders they advance from the sea, through a magical land and up to space, passing fishes, a pirate ship, a fairy tale castle, an aeroplane, a rocket, a UFO and planets as they go. A new twist on a classic favourite.


Pop to the Shops

This fun shopping game helps children learn about handling money and maths. Players go around the board from shop to shop using plastic money to buy a variety of items.


Junior Scrabble

This classic junior edition contains a tile bag, score cards and plastic tiles. It is double sided with two different word games designed to encourage children with reading and word recognition. For older children, we also have the senior version here


Personal Safety, Healthy Living & Well-Being 

Within these six board games children will learn the essentials for a safe and healthy life. Each game promotes discussion and allows players to reach informed decisions, helping them to develop social skills while learning vital information.



This fun mini game that we all remember as a child can be played almost anywhere! Supplied with a brightly coloured game mat, 4 mini coloured player discs and a mini dice dome.  To play push the plunger in and watch the dice spin, twist and tumble around inside the dome to reveal a number which allows the player to move.


Speaking and Listening 

This set of six involves drama, role play and lots of fun! It encourages children to listen carefully and speak clearly while developing their ideas, thinking skills and vocabulary.