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- All wood
- Part of the Woody Goodies collection
- For 2 to 4 players
- Game of quick observation
- Blue Orange plants two trees for every tree used to produce their games
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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The game pieces are constructed of thick wood, beautifully painted in six bright colors, and come in a small wooden box of the same high quality with a cloth bag to store the pieces.
The rules are simple for ages five and up, but too complex for a three year old. Initially, I was put off by this fact, until I realized that the game is easily scaled down to match my 3 year old's capabilities. Even modified, the game is still entertaining. For the last six months, my son has had a blast attempting to match the colors using only 2 of the 3 die (the third die adds too much complexity). Of course, making the animal sounds is his favorite part. Now I appreciate the fact that the game can grow with him--we will add new facets to the game until he's able to play the game as described in the instructions. I look forward to many years playing this game with him.
I also like the fact that the game is short (8-10 minutes for our son), perfect for three and four year olds with equally short attention spans! For the older set, you'll want to play multiple times.
Educationally, the game helps develop color matching skills and teaches how to eliminate alternatives. It also promotes self-esteem when competition is removed from the game for the youngest children.