Why is there a picture of Candyland on this Suzuki piano blog? Well, if I told you that for $20-30, this little game has joyfully produced thousands of repetitions with as much precision and detail I have requested, would you go out and try it? These are a little pricier than the standard versions, but you need one that opens up vertically in the middle. I always keep a roll of clear contact paper in my studio for parents that are taking the challenge and buying a Chutes n' Ladders or Candyland game. Using a piece of doubled sticky tape and a colorful piece of paper, I move the game pieces around the board every when we complete four repetitions. Do I have more musically relevant games as well? Yes, I do, but this is a favorite and I ask for lots of thinking and perfection during repetitions, so why make the game anything but mindless fun? Suzuki piano focuses on the nurturing of the whole child including his sense of fun!