Wok and Roll
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- Race to pick up the food as the wok shakes and rolls
- 2 to 4 players
- Quick to play with lots of laughs along the way
- Includes wok, four chop sticks, 48 food pieces, game rules in English and French
- Fast food fun
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Top Customer Reviews
We don't "play by the rules" yet. But I love the educational aspect this game provides. It also allows my son to use his creativity; he makes up his own games. For example: he likes to match the color of the "beans" to its perspective bowl. I challenge him by putting an orange bean in the blue bowl, purple bean in the green bowl, etc. He'll quickly use his chopsticks to move it the the proper bowl. What a great way to learn colors and matching! I also like that it has taught him how to master pinching the tongs. It prompted me to buy him a trainer set of chopsticks and he can use them without difficulty, thanks to this game. And when he tires of playing games, he sometimes just uses the wok to "cook" for us. :)
This really is a fun and educational game. I recommend it!
1. The entire wok structure is very flimsy, especially once you put the batteries in.
2. You will have pellets everywhere, and I mean everywhere once the wok is turned on.
3. This game is best played on the floor rather than the table, it is constantly falling.
Is it a fun activity? Sure. Does it help with the child's pincer? - Yes. Will I recommend it to other parents - not so sure. I would look for another, more sturdy game.
I am impressed with the durability and function of the game. It also has enough pieces that if a couple get lost, the game is still playable. Great toy that can help with skill development as well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We have had this game for several months and my son really likes it. He is 4 years old. I'm a kindergarten teacher so I really like it for the different skills that it teaches... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Laura Snelson
Great game to practice fine motor skills. You have to play at the table in order to turn on the wok, but we don't always turn in on.Published 7 months ago by Sarah B
bought for my 3 years old boys, but even daddy and mommy were engaged. fun toy for the familyPublished 13 months ago by Maya
Recommended by occupational therapist for my son. It is very good toy to practice colors, sorting while improving fine motor skillsPublished 14 months ago by G. Trombetta
My older students love playing this cooperative learning game on Fun Fridays! We practice colors and we started out just having them use the tweezers (no cheating and using your... Read morePublished 18 months ago by College Mom