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Ravensburger Funny Bunny - Children's Game
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- Develops counting skills, color recognition,
- Choose four bunnies of the same color
- Youngest player goesfirst
- Player who makes it to the carrot first wins
- For ages 4 and above
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Hop over the holes and race to the top!
Family Fun Toy of the Year Award Winner!
Funny Bunny is an engaging adventure game for young children that older family members will enjoy as well. No reading is necessary, except for the word "Click", which appears on some of the bunny cards instructing players to twist the giant carrot located at the top of the hill until it clicks. Each twist of the carrot opens up bunny holes on the hill, providing obstacles to getting to the top. The game board is a green hill on which players place and move their rabbit figures, hopping from one open space to the next and trying to avoid open holes that prevent them from getting to the top before their competitors.
Game Play Sharpens Early Learning Skills
Players must move their bunnies up the hill according to the number of spaces illustrated by action cards that show a rabbit hopping over one, two or three spaces. As players try to hop up the hill on the 3D game board, they utilize basic counting skills, color identification and recognition and fine motor skills. The game also introduces young children to goal-setting, competition, cause-and-effect and turn-taking. In addition, it provides a social opportunity for children, friends and family to engage with one another.
3D Action Game Fosters Independent Play
A game of positive social interaction for children just beginning to play games, Funny Bunny provides a 3D play experience that actively engages young players. The bunny figure tokens enhance a child's emotional connection to the game and, since Funny Bunny requires almost no reading, kids can play the game independently of older siblings or parents and build their self-confidence.
What's In The Box?
1 green 3D game board with rotating carrot, 16 bunnies in 4 colors, 24 action cards, 1 set of instructions.
3D garden hill filled with bunnies that must hop to the top to get to the big carrot.
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Top Customer Reviews
I like that it's easy enough to play with both my 3 and 5 year old kids. It's fun to see whose bunny falls into the mountain. I also like that you can choose how many bunnies you want to play with. For fast games we'll just use one bunny each. For longer games, we'll play that you need to get two bunnies to the top of the mountain to win.
The one design flaw, in my opinion, are the cards. There are just not enough included in the game. Maybe 20 total? If you playing with a few kids you have to CONSTANTLY reshuffle the cards. It is a real pain. I finally took my own die and put a glop of nail polish on the 5 dots and 6 dots side. Now we roll the die instead of using the cards. Bunnies can jump 1,2,3 or 4 spaces. (Faster play. Most cards are just 1 hop which makes for a slooow game to the top of the mountain.) If you roll a nail polish glop (LOL!) you twist the carrot. Not a perfect solution, but better than shuffling cards ever two seconds.
Aside from knowing where the holes are or may appear and perhaps trying not to land where a hole may show up at the player's turn of the carrot, there really isn't much strategic about this game. It's fun for little children to see the pieces disappear but that's hardly enough to sustain a more mature interest. So basically it's a silly distraction.
If you haven't done so already, read j. sistin "la jeffe" review. Her 5 year old son eventually started making up his own stories and adventures using the game. I hope my granddaughter will do something like that. Using her imagination would give this game an educational value it is mostly missing now.
As a speech pathologist at Play on Words, I look for fun, engaging games, like Funny Bunny, to encourage lots of social language, as kids discuss strategy, cope with winning and losing, explain to others how to play the game and learn to take turns and negotiate.
Unfortunately, the game is way too simplistic, even for a young child. After about 5 minutes of play, my child was over it. Cute concept, but it needs a lot more functionality/features to be interesting.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm a speech therapist and when I was on maternity leave, the person covering for me brought this game for the kdis to play. When I came back they all asked for me to buy it. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Tessa Jansen
This is such a cute game. You don't have to read anything, and it is so easy to play. Very well made.Published 18 days ago by Norma L. Foltynewicz
My three year old, five year old, and seven year old can all play this correctly, and they love it. It even has just enough strategy to keep an adult interested. What a great game!Published 1 month ago by Anne Potter
When I saw the plastic, carroty board for this game, I was a bit skeptical and thought it might just be a gimmick. Read morePublished 2 months ago by mofo83
Game on!! From age 3 its a very fun and entertaining game!!! My son love it!Published 3 months ago by Bridget
Fun for my 6 year old niece. She got it for Easter from the Easter bunny, it is a little boring g to me but hey she likes it and that's all that mattersPublished 6 months ago by heather
My five year old just loves this game! He will play it by himself all the time.. and with his siblings too. It will occupy him for a few hours sometimes.Published 7 months ago by Monica R.