Disney Princess Games and dolls are well loved by many children. Who can resist the charm of a Disney Princess game? The Disney Princesses include Cinderella, Snow White, Princess Aurora, Mulan, Ariel, Jasmine, Tiana, Merida and Rapunzel. And even though they haven't been officially coronated into the Disney Princess kingdom, we can not forget about those popular princess from the Disney Frozen movie, Anna and Elsa! Your princes fans will sure love and appreciate this selection of new Disney... Princess games.
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Most everyone is familiar with the classic block stacking game JENGA. The Disney Frozen version allows kids to play by themselves, or with friends. During the game, tap out the bricks with the snowflake wand, then stack them on top of one another to build Elsa's ice castle. Be the first to stack the tower 10 blocks high and place Elsa in her balcony to win.
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Dominoes is a classic game of matching pictures and numbers, combined with strategy. This Disney Princess Dominoes game includes classic Disney Princesses of the past, Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Jasmine, Ariel, Belle and Mulan. They include 28 larger, sturdier cardboard dominoes so younger kids can play. Be the first to place all your dominoes and win!
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Frozen Spot It! is a fast action card game for kids of all ages and able to play with friends and family. It is also a great single player game. Despite looking at many pictures on the cards at once, there is only 1 picture that will be the same on both cards. Be the first to spot that picture and win the card. Gather the most cards to win. The cards are stored in a small tin, making this game a perfect road trip toy for vacations.
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The Disney Princess Enchanted Cupcake Game is by far one of our personal favorite Disney Princess games. Kids use special cards with "recipes." These instructions encourage them to use the small pieces provided to create their own princess inspired cupcakes. Not only is this a fantastic cooperative game, kids will love playing with these toys by themselves, using their newly decorated cupcake toys to feed to their princess dolls.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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Disney Matching Games are classic memory games. Place all the cards face down in rows, then take turns flipping 2 cards over at a time to find the match. There are several Disney Matching games to choose from, depending upon which Disney princesses and characters your child likes best.
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Surprise Slides is a great board game that is similar to both popular games like Candyland and Sorry. Spin the spinner, then move your characters to the right color. Spin a snowflake, take a special path. Spin the card swap or rotate picture, and you will need to pick up and replace some of the board pieces which will completely change the game play. There are many versions of Surprise Slides as well, which feature Anna and Elsa from Frozen, as well as other popular Disney Junior characters like... Sofia the First.
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I bet you enjoyed playing Don't Break the Ice as a child, and now there is a Disney Frozen version. Use the hammer to tap out pieces of ice. Don't let Anna and Olaf fall when skating and you will win!
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Classic Candyland fans will love this Disney Princess version of the game. Pick a character, Cinderella, Rapunzel, or Ariel. Turn over a card and move your princess to their destination along the path through the 8 magical kingdoms. Just like in traditional Candyland, the winner is the first to reach the castle.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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Do your princesses like to tell stories? Using the beautifully illustrated cards, Disney fans can verbally share their own version of their favorite Disney stories. Many children who are creative, may even want to write down and illustrate their own stories, too.
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For younger children who have perfected the original Disney Spot It game and can read, then they will like this more advanced version. Not only do children match pictures, they need to match words with the pictures.
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