Fun For All with Rubik’s Cubes and Games

It looks like we’ll be spending lots of time at home for the next little while.

I’m trying my best to get a schedule set up for my children. This daily schedule includes some downtime and some family game times.

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I’m so happy to have added a few new products from Rubik’s to our daily routine.

We recently received two new Rubik’s cubes and a fun family game called Rubik’s Race.

.Rubik's Cube toys and games

Rubik’s Race

This new game is perfect for the entire family! My kids love trying to be the fastest to complete the puzzle.

The game is easy to set up and start to play.

Once the two-game surfaces are set up with coloured tiles, one player shakes the puzzle cube. Once the puzzle cube is ready players try to match the pattern as fast as possible.

Rubik’s Race is a two-player game an is recommended for ages 5 and up.

.Kids playing Rubik's Race

.Rubik's Race game

Rubik’s Cubes

These fun classic games are a great brain teaser. There are many different types of Rubik’s cubes available now.

The Edge is a simple one-layer puzzle that is designed to help you train for more complex cubes.

The 2×2 Mini Cube offers a slightly larger challenge while still helping increase skills and technique to solve the tougher ones.

The classic 3×3 Cube is the most recognizable cube and by far the toughest of the list.

We are having so much fun with our Rubik’s products. You can purchase all of these products listed above in stores and online now.

.Rubik's Race game


One lucky reader will win the Rubik’s Race game to enjoy with their family! To enter, tell me one fun at-home activity your kids love. Then fill out the Rafflecopter form below.

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  1. Their favourite at home activities vary from day to day. Barbies, lego, board games (currently Dos and Carcassonne) are often favourites. Lately they have been all about marble runs

  2. We can’t enough of Stretchy Sand from Incredible Novelties. Since we can’t go to the beach, the beach came to us! Twitter fan@plumerea

  3. My 7 year old granddaughter loves doing craft, drawing! My just about 5 year old granddaughter , she love building with lego, playing barbies, not sure if she has a favourite as she love doing a little bit of everything.

  4. My grandchildren are enjoying dancing, cooking, arts and crafts, reading and playing games while they are home.

  5. So far we are trying to get some learning, some baking and some exercise in our day. Screen time has increased but that should level out once we get our school at home routine set!

  6. My grandchildren have been putting together puzzles and playing more games. My older grandson who is 15 has been making pizza dough and bread.

  7. Thanks for the chance. My boys would love this. Ages 9 and 7. Trying to keep them occupied since there’s no school

  8. Playing games with my niece is always a fun activity – be it a board game like Qwirkle, a card game like Go Fish or video game (Auntie isn’t that good at those – though we definitely laugh a lot)! Thanks for the chance to try out a new one!

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