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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
It takes a steady hand to pluck the plastic leaves without waking the bees in the Honey Bee Tree Game. This award-winning game delights children as they try to carefully remove leaves without dislodging the resting bees. Players choose their numbered flower trays and then carefully pull leaves out of the honey tree, being careful not to wake the sleeping bees. If you pull out the wrong leaf or if your hand starts to shake, bees will come tumbling out of the tree onto your tray. Once all the leaves are removed from the honey tree, or all the bees are awake and out of the tree, the players with the least amount of bees in their flower tray is the winner.
Choose a numbered Flower tray, turn the Old Oak Tree and you are ready to play. Use all your skill to pull out a leaf without waking any of the sleeping bees.
If you pull out the wrong leaf, or your hand starts to shake…oops! Out pops a bee, or maybe even three (or more) When all of the bees have left the Honey Pot, the player who has the fewest bees in their Flower Tray wins.
Honey pot, old oak tree, flower tray base, 32 leaves, 30 little honey bees, and game rules.
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My daughter finished kindergarten with "Student of the Quarter" I rewarded her with this game that her and I could play over the summer. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Timothy K.
Fun version of this classic. Our 3-year old granddaughter LOVES this game. And it's fun to play with other kids & family members. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Barry L. Bartlett
Great for teaching children to take turns. Using this with children in early intervention.Published 28 days ago by Deana
My five year old grandson (and me) both love the simplicity and the fun of this game! Great for actual interactive play time.Published 2 months ago by Haven
3 year old granddaughter loves it. But we play it backwards- seeing how many bees we can get to frop. Still likes it after a year of playPublished 2 months ago by Barbara D
The leaves are a pain to get in to much time preparing the gamePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
The kids enjoyed this game which is similar to the vintage game of "Kerplunk". It was difficult for the kids to get all the leaves in but we manage and it's fun to play!Published 3 months ago by Lala
This game is so time consuming to set up, that my kids don't even want to play it.Published 3 months ago by Lana Del Slay