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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Wonder Forge I Can Do That Games: Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Card Game
Confidence-building fun now comes in a card game. Join the Cat in the Hat in an activity-filled card game and discover all the new things you can do. Flip over three cards to create a new challenge. Can you crab walk to the bedroom with the fish under your chin? Can you dance around a chair with the fish between your knees? There are hundreds of hilarious possibilities and every game is belly laughing fun. It encourages self-confidence and self-esteem, promotes early reading skills and gets kids up and on their feet for full-body active fun. It comes with 45 cards, 1 foam fishbowl and 1 Rules Card. It is for 2 to 4 players.
Join the Cat in the Hat in an activity-filled card game and discover all the new things you can do. Flip over three cards to create a new challenge. Can you crab walk to the bedroom with the fish under your chin? Can you dance around a chair with the fish between your knees? There are hundreds of hilarious possibilities, and every game is belly-laughing fun.I Can Do That. Games foster self-confidence by giving kids a chance to discover what they can do. Favorite Dr. Seuss, Curious George, and Richard Scarry characters come to life—challenging kids to run, slide, hide, seek, sort, explore—and more. By engaging kids physically, socially, and creatively, I Can Do That. Games provide endless hours of fun for the whole family.
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5 year old loves this game great for getting kids moving on a rainy day!Published 2 months ago by Mommy124
I gave this game to my Grandson, then four years old for Christmas. We had an enjoyable afternoon performing the antics called for on the cards. Read morePublished 2 months ago by christy
I had purchased the larger box version of this game for a group home I worked at that cared for adult women with developmental disabilities. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Crzyoldone
Love this game for little ones. I use it at work with my clients and they are excited every time I bring it out.Published 3 months ago by Amber Lynn Kennedy