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- Preschool Monopoly game that helps teach younger players about counting and playing together
- No reading required-just follow the voice command from Mr. Monopoly
- Play money and building blocks help make counting fun
- Building is easy-just add a block when you land on a colored space
- A child's first Monopoly game.
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The counting issue also happens if you don't push the car very smoothly. This is not easy for a 4 to 5-year old. Especially for long moves, he pushes it part of the way, then re-adjusts to push it the next few spaces. His arms just aren't long enough. As others have said this may happen from the car registering multiple times on the same bump. Also moving too fast may cause the car to lift and not register on a bump. Mom or dad will need to hold the track to prevent it from moving when children are moving the car.
Hasbro should have spent a little more money in making the track. The car, houses, and money are fine. The concept of the game is fine for a 4 to 5 year old. The money really doesn't matter for winning, but my son does like it when mom or dad have to pay him though.
Upon first try, we thought it was a total bust. All the problems others had stated, to the point that it was nearly unplayable. But we kept at it. First, we moved it to a hard surface, rather than the carpeted floor we'd been playing on. That made a huge difference in the accuracy of the car's counting. We also moved the car slower, as others indicated is necessary. We found that if you hesitate between each "space" and wait for Mr. Monopoly to count that space, it is nearly always accurate. My two year old had a very hard time controlling his moving of the car properly, but I didn't really expect him to be able to do much with it. He also crinkled the paper money, pushed Mr. Monopoly's head much too hard, and routinely squated on other's property. But that's a review of my two year old, not the game :) My five year old and I have played this quite a few times and have enjoyed it every time.
As far as educational, the counting spaces isn't all that new or exciting for my 5 year old, but the understanding of the different property values; rent; paying to, buying from, and collecting from the bank are different from his other games geared at his age level. Also, the listening to Mr. Monopoly during play is hopefully helping him with following directions.
Overall, I'm really quite happy with this game. I'd have even paid more for it had I known how much we really would like it. Glad I didn't, though :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this game for my kids after buying monopoly junior. I have two daughters age 4 and 6 and we play a game together almost every day. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jan Klevgaard
This game was not worth the money. It was rubbish! The little car stopped working, the track didn't fit together well, and there are way too many tiny pieces to lose.Published 10 months ago by Anonymous
Sometimes if you move the car to fast but still end up where you are supposed to be the car will tell you to move back. You have to move slowly and one space at a time. Read morePublished on November 27, 2013 by Kevin Andersen
I saw this game at my sons daycare and had to buy it. I thought it would be perfect way to introduce monopoly to my son in a more fast paced way. Read morePublished on August 31, 2013 by samantha bennett
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I really enjoy this game, and have been searching for a container to store it in, disassembling it every time to put it away is destroying the game and causing a lot of the... Read morePublished on July 31, 2012 by kstrack
As many reviewers have mentioned, the car counts incorrectly and often falls off the track. It is so frustrating as to be unplayable.Published on June 30, 2012 by Kayla
It's hard to keep the Monopoly man on the track, harder to move him forward on the track, how he counts spaces is different than one would think, and he gives mixed messages - move... Read morePublished on May 28, 2012 by J. Grady
My best friend and I have collected Monopoly games for years, so when I saw this one that her little kids could play, I had to get it. Read morePublished on March 18, 2012 by Mandi M. Lynch