Peaceable Kingdom Cooperative Games

Peaceable Kingdom Cooperative Games

Everyone Plays, Everyone Wins!

Peaceable Kingdom Cooperative games are some of our favorites. The idea is that everyone works together, doing their part, to reach a shared goal. They stress early educational skills (pre-reading & early reading skills, counting, colors, fine motor skills, social skills, communication skills, problem solving, etc.) without *feeling* educational. They're also a lot of fun, so you can even get older siblings to play!

While learning to be good losers and gracious winners is important, it's nice to have an alternative that lets everyone triumph. Add a few cooperatives and enjoy game time together!


Pick Me Up Piggy

2 - 4 players, 3 yrs & up

Carpool time! Players work together to help the farm animals run their errands… all before running out of gas! This early learning game has players using their memory, planning, and thinking strategically… all while having fun!


Hoot Owl Hoot

2 - 4 players, 4 yrs & up

Help all the owls find their nest before daybreak! This game is simple to learn and requires no reading so pre-k players don’t need any help to play. And when everyone is working together, everyone gets to win, too!


Race to the Treasure

2 - 4 players, 5 yrs & up

Working together, players create a path to collect keys and find the treasure. Players have to strategize, cooperate, and above all else, move faster than the ogre!


Memory Palace

2 - 4 players, 5 yrs & up

Spin a good tale about the animals… but don’t forget the details! Players practice story telling and memory skills for each animal hiding in the rooms of the palace. If everyone remembers where each animal is and their story, everyone win! But look out for the Memory Monster… it will confuddle you!


Sky Magic - New in 2019

2 - 4 players, 6 yrs & up
2019 Winter Holiday Catalog Item

A powerful storm is brewing! Help the five enchanted friends get home before they run out of magic spells. Kids work as a team to navigate around storm clouds and avoid falling through the sky when the board shifts. Plan carefully and use your magic wisely as the game continuously shifts! Kids learn strategy, cooperation and communication.