Kilter from SimplyFun

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I believe children learn best while having fun. Games can be a great way to teach different concepts to children. For example, I got this game called Kilter from SimplyFun to try out. Kilter is a game that can be used to teach balance and basic concepts of physics (levers and motion).

The object of the game is simple. There is an X shaped balancing board and different sized colored cubes. Each player tries to be the first to get rid of all their cubes without making the board tilt.

My kids are currently a little too young for this type of game (stated age is 8+) but they liked the colorful little blocks. I think my daughter, though she is only 3 (almost 4) may be able to grasp the concept soon. 

Simply Fun offers a large variety of games from ages ranging from toddler to teen to teach ABC’s, math, science and more. If you are a teacher, they could make a great classroom addition. If you’re homeschooling, these games are great for that as well!

If you are interested in direct sales, you can become a “playologist”, a SimplyFun direct sales consultant, and get discounts on the educational games, then tell your friends and family about SimplyFun (either in-person parties, or using their new technology for a virtual Laugh & Learn party). Go here for more info.

To check out the many award-winning games they have to offer, check out the SimplyFun website.

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 I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free for evaluation purposes. However, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16, CFR part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Please see my full disclosure policy HERE.

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