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Dr. Seuss One Fish Two Fish Game

4.3 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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  • Inspires exploration and discovery
  • Promotes matching and memory skills
  • Encourages deductive reasoning
  • Inspires exploration and discovery
  • Promotes matching and memory skills
  • Encourages deductive reasoning
5 collectible from $19.92

WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

Find the object or color fish by flipping over the card. Spin a wave to find the most treasures to win the game. Apart from encouraging deductive reasoning, this game also promotes matching and memory skills, while enhancing exploration and discovery.

From the Manufacturer

From there to here, from here to there, funny things are everywhere! Come along for a seashore adventure! What will you find hidden below the sand? Flip a card to reveal your challenge. Search for colorful fish, silly Seussian objects and other sea treasures hidden below 5 secret beach locations. But watch out for waves! If the game spinner lands on the wave, shake the box and the treasures will slide and hide in new locations. Find the most treasures to win!”

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10.5 x 2.5 x 10.5 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.1 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B002ZCYCBO
Item model number 01018
Manufacturer recommended age 36 months - 8 years
Best Sellers Rank #230,349 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#6,072 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
#84,552 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys
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4.3 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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My daughter got this for her third birthday. I cannot believe there's a board game that someone her age can play all the way through! It's fast moving and the rules are very simple, so I don't have to keep correcting her like I do with some other games we own.

You choose a card from the deck. The card tells you which "treasure" you are looking for (e.g. "Umbrella" or "One Green Fish"). It uses both words and a picture to describe the treasure. Then you spin the spinner to determine which of the five locations you are allowed to search for this treasure. If you don't find it on that turn then the card is made available to whomever does find the item. You may be searching for many different items by the end of the game.

Whoever collects the most cards wins!

I do knock off a point for durability as I noticed some others have done as well. The game board is not securely attached to the base and ours came loose pretty much immediately. Nothing a little super glue can't fix but if you're going to make a product for wee ones then it should be more rugged.

I do not think an eight-year-old would enjoy this game, unless they are playing it with a younger sibling.
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This has become the go-to game at our house when the 3 year old wants to play a game but the parents don't feel like running around (for that we love Horton Hears a Who - You to the Rescue). It's simple enough for a preschooler, but can hold a parents interest too. Our child is challenged to recognize colors and numbers, and to remember object locations. Winning takes a nice balance of skill and luck, and can be as quick as ten minutes so we can play multiple times in one sitting. I took off a star for durability because the edges are peeling apart on the cardboard pieces you lift up off the "game board" to reveal the hidden objects underneath. Some scotch tape on the edges was a simple fix, but it should have been constructed a little better. Still, that doesn't take away from my recommendation of this game if you have a young child.
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I was a little unsure about this game until we played it. I was mostly worried about all of the small parts that could get lost (and then found again in my cat's digestive tract). However, the game is *mostly* self contained. There are individual cards that form a 'pie' as you earn them, a spinner, and the box. PERFECT for quick clean-up and such a fun game to play! This is great for kids who aren't the most perceptive and have trouble finding things, beause it gives them a fun way to practice *really* looking for things. I'd recommend this game to any parents of young children.
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This game is great for our 4yo. He loves the game and once we explained it to him once can play all by himself and explain the game to friends. No reading needed for kids to play. Colors and shapes guide them. My son loves this game and plays over and over. A great family game for our 4, 6 and 9 yo. Would recommend it. Great value for the price.
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I am ordered a second game because the first one fell apart - that's how much my son played it. I think it's helped him learn to take turns and follow rules as well. I don't know if it's a flimsy game or if we were hard on it, but the plastic case got all cloudy and the spinner completely broke. My son loves loves loves this game.
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I've given it two two sets of grandsons. The first was 3.5 when I got it for him and he took to it right away. Later his younger brother liked it too. Eventually my daughter got them a replacement set as the spinner died and the box started falling apart.

I then just gave it to another grandson a month before he turned four and he took to it right away and wanted to play it all the time. It is good for memory, reinforcing colors in a practical situation, grouping items, and just learning the rules of a board game including using a spinner, taking turns, using cards in a simple manner and looking carefully for items, .
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What a fun game for children! My 3 and 5 year old grandchildren play this together, but it's also interesting enough to keep an adult engaged. The rules are simple, and the play is varied enough that it keeps a child's attention for several games in a row.
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My son received this game as a Christmas gift and we had such fun playing it today. The bottom of the box is the game board which you shake to mix up the objects inside. Each "window" is covered by a puzzle piece, and the spinner tells you which window to uncover. You then look for the objects pictured on the cards in the windows. It is simple and fast and my son loved shaking the board and looking for the objects. Highly recommend.
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