We have this Milton Bradley game called Perfection. I'm sure you've heard of it. This one belonged to my teen and the little one has inherited it.
Perfection tests your skills matching shapes and putting them in the appropriate slot. You can do this without the timer for little players or you can kick it up a notch and play by time for older kids.
During timed play the timer ticks away. If you don't get all the pieces in the board, and push stop before the timer dings, POP all your work is scattered to oblivion.
Perfection is really quite a learning game when you think about it. It teaches you unusual shapes, coordination, self-control, and working under the gun.
Like I said this game belonged to my teen. It is over 10 years old and still works beautifully. Milton Bradley did well with their construction quality here.
This game is self-contained. All the pieces store in the game unit.
This game is timeless. We love it, I'm sure you and your family would too.