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Honey Bee Tree


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  • Players choose their numbered flower trays and then pull leaves out of the honey tree, being careful not to wake the sleeping bees!
  • If you pull out the wrong leaf, the bees come tumbling out. Try to "bee" the winner by having the least amount of bees in your flower tray!
  • Contains 1 honey pot, 1 old oak tree, 1 flower tray base, 32 leaves, 30 little honey bees and the game rules
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 7 x 6.2 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B000063KC8
  • Item model number: P8070
  • Our recommended age: 36 months - 10 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 4 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,574 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
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Honey Bee Tree Game

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Honey Bee Tree Game
Skillfully Remove the Leaves Without Waking the Bees

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.

Bee Steady Handed as You Begin the Game

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.

Bee Careful

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.

Contents:

Honey pot, old oak tree, flower tray base, 32 leaves, 30 little honey bees, and game rules.


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92 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Melanie D. Reece on September 20, 2003
Yes, this game is incredibly cute. I agree wholeheartedly that it takes way too much time to set up. By the time we get the leaves in the tree (which is no small feat - you must put insert the leaves pretty much in a specific order to get them all to fit) our 4 yr old son is bored and ready to play something else. In the few times I've been able to drag him back to the game, it takes just a few pulls on a few leaves to make the bees drop. If he happens to bump the tree - ALL the bees can fall in to the open area and fall through at once. It makes for a very irritating experience, especially for mommy! Yes, its really, really cute - but I can't say I am thrilled with the purchase. Our siamese cat has had more fun batting the bees around the tile floor...(Under our supervision, of course! Those bees are pretty small and could get lodged in his little throat!) There are definitely better games out there...
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60 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Y. Leventhal on June 10, 2003
My 4 year old got this game from his aunt. We have tried many times to play it, since it looks cute. But each time, we pack it back up in under five minutes. It actually takes longer for us to pack it up (or to set it up) than to play it. The long-stemmed leaves, which are supposed to be inserted through the holes in the top of the "tree" have to be inserted one by one by an adult. And the bees, which are supposed to be held up by the stems, keep falling through and onto the collection cup before the game even begins. We are not very satisfied with it.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By David A. Jacques on November 13, 2006
It took several tries before I realized the "trick" to setting this game up more quickly. The branches enter one side of the hive and exit through a hole on the other side. At first, I found it frustrating to get all of the leaves through the exit holes. Then I realized that once you've inserted a dozen leaves or so, the rest don't have to exit. Then can just be popped in quickly and find support on the properly inserted brances.

I didn't think the directions were as clear as they should have been. I definitley fell prey to the "award winning" sticker on the box when I bought this game.

However, the more we play it, the more I see the educational value in it. My 3 year old is simply thrilled to learn turn-taking as we try to make the bees fall out. My 7 and 9 year olds are definitely more into the logic and competition of the game.

All told, once you've mastered the branch issue, it's really a fun game and worth the space on your family game shelves!
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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Wisdom Twin VINE VOICE on February 22, 2007
Ok, I don't understand the negative reviews for this game! This is such a fun great game. The little ones can play it because their isn't any reading involved. Yes, an adult has to take 5 minutes to set up. The leaves do not come out... I am not really comprehending what is being done wrong. And yes the game is quick... you have bees being balanced on leaves... after the first 5 pulls the bees begin to slowly drop on people. That is the purpose of the game afterall. It is fun and a quick game unlike some tedious games like "Candy Land". As a parent of 3 kiddies under 5... I am very happy when games are quick and fun.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amy Steele on June 10, 2010
I do not understand why some adults complain about game set-ups. I mean, come on- it takes five minutes or less to set up games! Sheesh, if you can find time to pick a ringtone, then yes, you can set up this game. It is extremely easy and fast to set this game up for action. If a few errant bees descend during set up, just shove their bee-hinds (ha, ha) right back in, and continue on. I think that the fact that one brave soul or the whole swarm can come down with one pull of a leaf adds excitement. Sometimes during play I tell my daughter to think carefully about what leaf she chooses, but most of the time, we just have fun with it, which will not stunt her brain. I implore parents everywhere to not give a poor rating to a toy just because their child/ren are not crazy about it or the set up. My kid's negative response to a toy will not determine my judgement of it if I know that the toy could possibly rock to another child or adult. The last two sentences that you have just read have been a public service announcement. Thank you.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Tech Mom on January 11, 2005
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Our 6 yr old received this for Christmas. It takes a bit of time to set up, but worth the effort. I found that it's much easier if you follow the slant of the holes (which seems to guide you to another hole). Our 4 year old also enjoyed playing the game and surprised us with her ability to pull out the sticks ever so carefully! Each time the bees started to fall the kids would squeal and we would all start laughing. I feel the game encourages critical thinking and improves fine motor skills. Kids get to see what happens when a stick is chosen quickly vs a carefully selected stick. Bees could be a choking hazard if you have kids that frequently put things in their mouth. I would recommend that this game be purchased for 4 - 7 year olds as it may be to basic for an older child.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By OneGrandma'sDream on May 15, 2010
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This adorable Honey bee Tree game is nearly identical to Kerplunk, which we played as kids and our kids played as kids, with the added twist of the honey bee theme. The bees are adorable. Granted, it takes time to put the leaf sticks into place, just like it did for the Kerplunk game... and it's not a game to be played for hours on end unless you have great amounts of patience... but for a few rounds, it's great fun! I bought this game when my young 2 year old grandson showed an interest in other preschool games, like Mr. Mouth Tomy Mr. Mouth Game. and just like Mr. Mouth, it's not a game for him to do by himself. Educational? Let's see...counting... sorting... picking up... fine motor skills...sharing... taking turns. Yes. It's educational and lots of laughs. My grandson hasn't figure out that you're NOT supposed to get bees, and he squeals with excitement every time a bee falls into the tray. The hardest part is convincing him that the bees need to go back into the box and not into his pocket. :)
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