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- Classic Disney characters create a special version of Rummikub
- Totally fun and helps kids with numbers, colors, and shape recognition
- Three levels of play allow the child to develop at their own pace
- 2 to 4 players
- Ages 4 and up
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Disney Characters Rummikub. Classic Disney characters create a special version of Rummikub. Totally fun and helps kids with numbers, colors, and shape recognition. Three levels of play allow the child to develop at their own pace. 2 to 4 players. Ages 4 and up.
•Classic Disney characters create a special version of Rummikub
•Totally fun and helps kids with numbers, colors, and shape recognition
•Three levels of play allow the child to develop at their own pace
•2 to 4 players
•Ages 4 and up
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Top Customer Reviews
I fear what happens when a drink gets spilled on them, as well.
If I had it to do otherwise, I would not purchase these, and certainly not at the current price ($30) We paid $11
So if your kids love to play games, have the attention span to play a 10-20 min game, and know how to match, know their colors and shapes, this is such a great learning game to have in their collection.
The game comes with cardboard “tiles” that need to be punched out. Once that is done, you have four sets of the numbers 1-10 in four different colors plus two wild cards.
As you might expect from the rummi part of the name, the point is to play all the tiles in your hand on the table. You start with seven tiles. There’s no initial meld, and you can play in groups of two or more either in a run (1,2,3 all one color) or a group (two 5’s of different colors). And if you can build on what someone else has played on your turn, you can do that. If you can’t play, you have to draw, and that ends your turn.
That’s the basic rules. As your child conquers that, you add the wild cards to the game. From there, you go to sets of three or more. Once they’ve conquered that, it’s time to advance to the full version.
The one thing those familiar with the fame will notice is missing from the regular version is the rearranging of tiles. While it’s not in the rules, we introduced it to my niece, and she does a great job with that, too.
So what makes this Disney? In addition to the number, a different Disney character is on each tile. You get the likes of Mickey, Simba, Snow White, and Pooh. If your child still doesn’t quite have numbers, they can match characters.
What about putting the tiles down in runs? In the bottom corners of the tiles are little symbols. For example, in the bottom right corner of the 5 might be a star.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had expected similar quality to the adult rummikub - durable tiles, instead the product comes with cardboard tiles. Haven't used it long enough to see how durable they will be.Published on January 18, 2014 by gday2005
My daughter loves Rummikub and my granddaughter loves games. I got this for them to play together. My daughter said her daughter is catching on pretty well (age 5), but she has to... Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by Granny Yank
This game is so much fun and came very quick. My 9 and 5 yr old both are loving to play it.Published on January 8, 2013 by GotFaith
My kids (8 and 5) love this game! They have tried to play the adult version, but it is too complicated for them. This Disney version is perfect!Published on January 3, 2013 by meaghan