Classic board games are great for children of all ages. Instead of buying your child the latest electronic game that is available, you may want to purchase him a board game. Classic board games that are still very popular today include Scrabble, Monopoly, Clue and Operation. The Disney Store and are great sites to visit when you are shopping for classic board games. Before you place an order with either of those merchants, be sure to check for the latest coupon codes so that you can save money.

1. Clue

Clue is the classic mystery game that most children love. The goal of Clue is to discover who killed the host at a soiree that was taking place at a millionaire mogul's mansion. Clue is a game that has been around for years, but it has been updated in recent years. Clue comes with suspect profiles that are written on tabloid-style cards. To keep children interested in the game of Clue, Clue also comes with updated guests, weapons, weapons and a deck of intriguing cards. Clue is recommended for children that are at least 9 years old.

2. Monopoly

Monopoly comes in many different versions that are sure to keep your child interested in the game. Popular versions of Monopoly for children include Monopoly: The Simpsons and Monopoly: Disney Edition. The goal in Monopoly is to cause your opponents to go bankrupt while you rack up all of the money. One of the best features of Monopoly is the fact that up to 8 people can play at one time. Your child can invite his friends over, and they can spend hours buying real estate and passing Go. There is even a Monopoly Junior version of the game for children as young as 5 years old.

3. Operation

If you are an adult, you remember Operation as being a game that included a funny looking human that you operated on. Operation now has different versions that all children will love, such as Operation: Buzz Lightyear and Operation: Spongebob SquarePants. Operation is a great skill game for children that need to develop their motor skills. Operation involves extracting parts from a body without touching any of the openings. If the tweezers or body part touch any opening, the nose on the dummy will light up and your child will have to start all over again.

4. Scrabble

Classic Scrabble is recommended for children that are at least 8 years old. For younger children, you may want to look into Scrabble Junior. Scrabble is a crossword game that has been played by millions of people across the world. Scrabble involves using letter tiles to build words across the Scrabble board. The more elaborate that your word is, the more points you receive. The winner of Scrabble is the person that has the most points after all of the letter tiles have been used.