I'm hoping to get advice on some games my wife and I might be able to play with my 6-year old (kindergarten) daughter.
We're all pretty bored with the "standard" board games that are age-appropriate, and honestly I'm not a very good dad at simply playing "dolls" with her.
She's sharp as a whip, VERY big/creative imagination, good/quick at math, advanced reader - so I'm thinking a CCG and/or some daddy-DM'd pencil/paper RPG evenings might be great fun.
Problem is, it's been so long since I've done either, I have no idea what is available and/or "good" out there these days.
Are there any simple, entry-level CCGs out there? Ideally, the artwork and theming would be appropriate for a kid (not rife with guns/blood/demons/undead/murder/etc.).
Alternately, if there was a "starter" set or box set of a kid-themed pencil/paper RPG, I would LOVE to DM some adventures for her and my wife to play through.
Any leads (and especially playtested advice) is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance!