Rapid Rumble Outdoors keeps kids on the move while using their brains! | Source: Skillmatics

Family game nights are always fun, but they’re even better when kids get important skills out of them! Skillmatics’ latest games emphasize learning, quick thinking, and more, all while kids have a blast during gameplay.

Scout it Out! comes in state and country versions! | Source: Skillmatics

In Scout it Out!, kids test their geography skills by rolling the dice and answering trivia questions. Designed for kids ages 7 and up, Scout it Out! features game cards representing either the 50 U.S. states or 74 countries, full of trivia. As more facts about the state or country are revealed, the player who gets the right answer first wins the round. Scout it Out! is available now for $24.97 on Amazon.

Ratty Ruckus is a new take on tic-tac-toe! | Source: Skillmatics

Ratty Ruckus challenges kids’ problem-solving skills in an elevated game of tic-tac-toe. In the card game, kids ages 6 and up take their stack of rat cards and try to out-maneuver fellow players by lining all of their cards up. Ratty Ruckus will launch next month for $14.97. 

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Skillmatic’s Rapid Rumble game is getting revamped for outdoor play in Rapid Rumble Outdoors! Designed for kids ages 6 and up, Rapid Rumble Outdoors combines tag and trivia. One player is “It” and names different categories like animals, phonics, and more. The other players have to name things that fall into those categories while they run from “It” so they don’t lose their wristbands! The last player with one or more wristbands wins the game. Rapid Rumble Outdoors will be available next month for $17.97.

With three new games to challenge them, kids will be smarter and quicker on their feet than ever before!

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Ashley Pelletier

Ashley Pelletier

Ashley is assistant editor for The Toy Insider, The Pop Insider, and The Toy Book with a Master's in journalism from Quinnipiac University. When she isn’t writing her latest story, she is reading a fantasy novel or rewatching one of her three favorite TV shows over and over again. She’s also a big fan of showing people pictures of her two dogs and cat.