This post was written by the Experimental Mommy. The games featured below were given in kind for review. All opinions are 100% honest. Affiliate links may be included in this post.
When you ask my kids what they want in the perfect game, they will tell you that they want it to be fun! Of course, I want that too but I am tickled pink when a game is also educational. You will get both in the STEM based games for kids listed below. My daughters and I had a great time playing together (but don’t tell them they were learning, too)!
- Griddly Games: Wise Alec
- Ages 8+; $20.99
- Play the award-winning family trivia game with a hilariously witty twist and find out how much you remember from school. Wise Alec cards get everyone going with tongue twisters, brain teasers, activities that promote good manners and get your heart going.
- Tactic Games: We Detectives
- Ages 7+; $14.99
- Play as detectives and walk around the city hunting for clues and completing tasks. The chief detective has given you a 24 hour deadline to solve the crime, make sure you complete your investigation by then or the robbers go free!
- E-Blox: Power Blox Plus Starter Kit
- Ages 8+; $43.99
- Use code Notsoblog10off to get 10% off your entire order and free shipping!
- E-Blox is a small kit of Lego-compatible building blocks that offers the innovation of providing lights and electric current for projects. Kids learn STEAM skills through building, planning circuits, and playing with their creations
- Talicor: 5th Gear
- Ages 8+; 2-4 players; $29.99
- Roll the dice and place your gears! The rules are simple: interlock five of your color gears with the white gear while keeping others from doing the same.
- Set Games: Quiddler
- Ages 8+; 2+ players; $11.99
- The goal is to arrange all the cards in your hand into one or more words. The number of cards dealt increases each round – starting with three cards and ending with 10 cards. High score wins, so use your high point letters and Quiddler’s unique double letter cards—but don’t get caught with them in your hand!
53 thoughts on “The Best STEM Based Games for Kids”
Last day of school today before break and ended the day with a cast for my son ?
Last day of school today before break and ended the day with a cast for my son
My kids favorites are all of the Star Wars shows
We detectives would be great for my boys not to fight but work together lol
My 9 year old would love this. Definitely has a little engineer brain
My nephews will love it
My kids love stem stuff! Two of the three were playing Goldie Blox today ?
My kids love stem stuff! Two of the three were playing Goldie Blox today
Love this! I’ve been trying to find games for my son and I to play when he gets to stay up later than his siblings
Hes 9 and we’ve been playing battleship a lot lol
E blocks and 5th gear ⚙️
E blocks and 5th gear
That looks so fun
I will love it
That would be perfect for my kids spelling practice 🙂
My kids would play for $.
Definitely a good game to play against my 15 year old nephew
Sorry I missed the fun
Maple Leaf Manifesto
I would like Randy on my team, please.
It’s like an escape room as a board game lol
Yes you know my life too. Legos to step on everywhere ? love the circuit boards
Yes you know my life too. Legos to step on everywhere love the circuit boards
What was the code for the blocks? My son loves LEGOs!
Bye..see u tom.
Thanks! Have a good night ❤️
Thanks! Have a good night
Thanks! Looking into We Detective game!
Also shared from inside video.
Shannon Driscoll Stout thanks for sharing!
Is it too late to get into maybe win?
Marsha Wagner this one is closed. Sorry! Family game night is still open though!
I am thinking about getting wise Alec and we detective
My daughter and my niece a nephew try to play a game night weekly