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- Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus is a fun preschool game that helps teach social skills
- The pigeon wants to drive your bus and it's up to you to stop him, as you move around the game board
- If the pigeon lands on the same space as your bus, you must go back to ''Start'' and try again
- For 2 - 4 players ages 3 and up
- University Games offers you and your family creative games that are easy to learn and fun to play
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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In the directions you do not have to land directly on the store to retrieve the item, you just have to pass by to get the token. Nowhere in the directions does it say you lose your tokens when you go back to start.
I agree though, for a three year old the bus ticket concept is too much so I am saving that aspect of the game until she is more game savvy. But a well-versed 5-7 year old could understand that part of the game.
Anyway the first time my daughter wanted the pigeon to drive her bus so she ended up losing. Thereafter, she understood to stay away from the pigeon. We usually send the pigeon away from everyone, but she also gets the concept of sending him to the other players.
In conclusion, the game is fun, much more fun than chutes and ladders and candyland and she loves to play it. We play almost everyday.
I also HIGHLY recommend the richard scarry busy town game, which we play almost everyday as well.
When I attempted to play the game with my kindergarten class. The game went on for an hour without a winner!!!!
The kids all got upset throughout the game, some walked away and traded players.
All in all, it was a kindergarten catastrophe!!
The object of the game:
Move your bus around the board collecting all the game pieces (4 tokens- a hot dog, bunny, drivers license, and key) and then get back to start.
Spin the spinner, if it lands on the bus half of the spinner, the bus gets to move
If the spinner lands on the pigeon side, the pigeon gets to go.
So half the time you spin the pigeon is chasing you around the board trying to "drive the bus" back to its start.
I don't know about you, but going back to start again and again and again is not the best way to finish a game before the kids get bored or begin hating the game, eachother, and the pigeon.
If you are between the ages of 3 and 10 the game requires constant adult supervision to mediate this never ending pitfall.
In addition to this, there are places on the board with bus tickets, if you land on a bus ticket you have the option to change your spot to any other place where that same colored bus ticket is pictured- confusing!
But the fun doesnt stop there!
There are other places on the board where you can change places with any other bus on the board- to avoid the pigeon of course.
Pitting children against one another is not age appropriate for 3+!!!!
Since then I have re-written the rules.
Play the spinner like a regular spinner, don't play the half pigeon half bus option.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is such a cute game. Our grandson loves the Pigeon books, and we surprised him with this game so we can all play.Published 14 days ago by Mary G. Maxton
I purchased this item as a gift for my 6 year-old granddaughter. She was thrilled when she opened the gift and was excited to begin playing this game.Published 14 days ago by Angela T. Seibel
I bought this for my family in Missouri, and while there over Christmas, we all sat down to play this. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
Purchased this game with the book of the same name as a gift for my four year old daughter and she loves it! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jessica
Very fun, easy to learn for my 6 years old kid. I disagree with the reviews saying the pigeon moves too often, it's actually what makes it fun!Published 1 month ago by AGK
We are HUGE fans of the pigeon, so we're really excited for this game. Unfortunately, I've gotta say it's one of those games with way too many rules and contingencies. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jody Pratt
I'm an avid (adult) board game collector and we've been building up our now-4-year-old's collection. This is his 9th game, it is my favorite of them all. Read more