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Brain Games
Strategy guides and other information on various games, including Backgammon, Checkers, Chinese Checkers, Chess, Dominoes, Mahjongg, Monopoly, Risk, Scrabble, Sudoku, Yahtzee, and other popular board games and puzzles. From How Stuff Works.
Card Games
Rules and information on card and tile games from around the world
Funbrain: Educational Games
From Pearson/Family Education Network.
The Game Cabinet
Rules and strategy for mostly board games.
Games Kids Play
Includes playground games, jump rope rhymes, clapping games and more.
Luminosity Brain Games
Memory, logic, speed, and more.
Online interactive games such as Virtual Wampum Belt, Picture Match, Match the Designs, Match the Dyes and Quills, Keep It in the Air, Virtual Coloring Book, Interactive Bead Graph, Virtual Paper Dolls, Traditional Gambling, Find His Acorns and Guess the Plant Name. Also includes the history of other Native American toys. I found this site about Native American games and toys. I thought we could add it to Kids' Ref, but it really doesn't fit in TOYS, and I didn't know where else to put it.
New to Chess?
Rules and frequently asked questions (FAQ) about setting up and playing a game of chess. Includes a glossary of chess terminology and a brief history of chess. From the U.S. Chess Federation.
Nick.com: Games
Play online.
PBS Kids Games
Sesame Street, Clifford, and many more!
Scrabble - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Includes answers to questions about how to play, rules, scoring, points, tournament games, and more. Official information from Hasbro. You can also search their online Scrabble Dictionary and Scrabble Word Builder.
Traditional Game Rules
Links to the rules for board games, table games, British pub games, outdoor games and more.
Video Games and Gear Channel
"Learn about how your favorite video game consoles work, and see what's on the gaming horizon." Topics include: Video Game Peripherals (joysticks, game controllers, and other devices), Video Game Development, and more. From How Stuff Works.
Video Game Consoles Channel
Articles and technical information on Nintendo (Wii, Game Boy, Game Cube, 3DS), Microsoft Xbox and Kinect, Sony PlayStation, and other video game consoles. From How Stuff Works.
World Chess Hall of Fame
Biographies of chess masters and champions. "The World Chess Hall of Fame and Museum was created in 1984 by the United States Chess Federation." See also their U.S. Chess Hall of Fame.
Yahoo! Kids Games
Play online.

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