We have been enjoying playing Lanterns: The Harvest Festival lately. It is a tile-laying game were you collect lantern cards of various colors, which you can then use to dedicate a lantern and gain honor points. One of the interesting aspects of the game is that with each tile that you place, both you and your opponents can gain lantern cards.
The box art for Lanterns is very colorful and festive, so it was not a surprise that our daughter was interested in playing. The recommended age is 8+, but with just a few modifications she has been able to play it independently and really enjoys it. Here's what we did:
We did have to coach her a little bit, mostly reminding her to look at her lantern cards in case she could trade something in. Early on she also needed some help figuring out which color lantern cards to take, but she got the hang of it after a few rounds. Our 2-year-old also got to participate by picking the tile that I would play each turn, which was fun for her and also leveled the playing field a bit.
Overall it's a fun, engaging game that we expect will be part of our family game night as the kids get older.