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Pooh Candyland

by Hasbro

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  • 2 to 4 players.
  • Ages 3 to 6
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  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00000IWG0
  • Item model number: 41051
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 6 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #358,737 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

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Two old favorites often make a winning combination when they are brought together, as is proven here in this Pooh edition of Candy Land. Winnie the Pooh and his friends, Eeyore, Piglet, and Tigger, move along the winding path of the game board, picking up treats for a picnic in the 100 Acre Wood. No reading is required to play. Children draw cards and then use their color-recognition and symbol-matching skills to advance to the appropriate location on the board. Many adults will recognize this classic game from their own childhood and will enjoy sharing it with the kids now in their lives. A.A. Milne's familiar and enduring Pooh characters will ease children into the often-difficult concept of taking turns! --Wendy Slotboom

Product Description

Winnie the Pooh comes to Candy Land! And you can, too! In this classic family board game, Pooh and his friends have planned a very special picnic in the Hundred Acre Wood. Move them along the Rainbow Path and pick up some yummy treats along the way. Pooh is preparing his specialty: honey-dipped gingerbread cookies! You

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Customer Reviews

This edition of Candy Land is cute.
Amazon Customer
The gameboard is even worse because because the colored squares seem extra small, and the playing pieces are extra big.
Stacey Ivancovich
The colors are more vibrant and not mistakable for another color!!
Minivan Mom

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

97 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Daren D. Dahl on January 24, 2001
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We wanted to buy Candyland for our almost 3 year old boy. He really liked Pooh and Tigger so we thought this game would be great for him.
However, the colors on this game make it nearly impossible to play for a 3 year old. He understand colors like red, green, and blue. This game has colors like mauve, turqouise, and tan. And to make it even more difficult, the shade of colors on the cards doesn't match the shade of colors on the board.
Plus all the pieces make it time-consuming to put up and take down.
We took this game back. Do yourself a favor and buy the plain-old traditional Candyland.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 20, 2002
I started playing this game with my son when he was three and he got the hang of it pretty quickly. He's 4 now and is still a huge Pooh fan - and still loves this game too. However, I have to agree with the other reviewers here about a few negative aspects of this game. The colors are quite horrible and unusual. I always try to say the name of the color out loud as my son and I draw the cards. Sometimes I can't figure out whether to say orange, gold, yellow, etc. simply because the color isn't really clear to me! I also don't think the little cardboard stand-up pieces are useful at all. They seem to be just for decoration around the board, so we leave them off whenever we play. It would just take too much time and effort to set them up each time... Luckily, the playing pieces are plastic (Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore), which makes them a bit more durable than the cards and stand-up pieces. The Eeyore piece is huge compared to the other playing pieces and is a little hard to fit on the squares as you move around the game board. That's just a minor issue, but when we play nobody ever chooses Eeyore for this reason. I don't have the standard Candyland game (I had one as a kid) so I cannot compare this Pooh version to it. I do think that if your child is over 3 years old and likes the POOH characters, this game will probably be enjoyed a lot.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 2, 1999
I bought this game for a friend's new baby. Since baby wasn't old enough to play, we played it. We found it a delightful spin on the classic candyland game. The Winnie-the-Pooh characters are great fun and more "personal" than the original characters. However, we found that the oversized standup figures that are placed about the board awkward to play around.
The game works on the principle of moving by colored spaces rather than by numbers, so it makes it easy for young children who cannot count to move. The game might be educational for color recognition, but I seriously doubt any inherent educational value. After all, the object of the game is to finish first after chasing over the board looking for sweets and sugar!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 12, 2001
I am a big fan of the Candyland game and was excited to find a 100 Acre Wood version. My 4 year old likes it, but it is a bother to set up and take down. We often find ourselves playing it without the standing characters, though it's not as much fun. The colors are not especially helpful, as they are odd shades of turquoise, pink, etc. We sometimes have to take the card over to the light to figure out if it's pink or orange. The good news is, my daughter gets very excited about drawing the cookie or cupcake cards, even though they mean she has to go back near the beginning.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Stacey Ivancovich on April 20, 2004
I wasn't sure about the game before I bought it, and now that I own it. I really dislike it!
This is why:
The game looks more like a Winnie the Pooh Birthday Party than a Picnic.
The gameboard feels very cluttered with all of the winnie the pooh cardboard standing parts.
The gameboard is even worse because because the colored squares seem extra small, and the playing pieces are extra big.
Eeyore, if placed on the board with his head facing forward, will take up 3 spaces.
The colors are not simple colors making the teaching value of this game very poor.
I suggest buying the original game, because this one is truly not that good.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 8, 2003
I read the reviews on this game but decided to purchase it anyway. By coincidence my son also received the traditional Candy Land game along with Chutes and Ladders (some sort of Collector's set) for Christmas. We play with both games, but I much prefer the traditional version. I agree that the colors in the Pooh version are a little exotic, but most are easily decipherable by my 2 1/2 year old. There is one, however, that I don't even know what to call. It's not quite orange, not quite yellow and we actually end up calling it "the strange color." The playing pieces are also HUGE. Eeyore, whom my son loves to be, barely fits on the square and depending on where on the board the piece is, blocks some of the other squares. My son also insists that we set up the full game - there are cardboard stand up figures. The plastic pegs that hold them up go underneath the board and fit through slots. The figures do not easily fit in the pegs and I find it to be a real pain. I don't know if the full size traditional game has these figures, but I am glad that collector's version that my son received does not. I like like the game, but would recommend that you purchase a version of CandyLand that has traditional colors and no stand up cardboard pieces. You'll be glad you did.
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