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Three years later I am somewhat shocked to report that my almost 8 year old, going into 2nd grade, STILL wants to play this game! And you know what....I STILL actually like playing it with him! It IS a simple game, but somehow not really boring for us. We play a few rounds, and that's enough, but it still gets more play than all of the other small games and card games that we have.Read more ›
The rating for age starts with 3 years old which may be too young for some kids. This game is meant for kids who can recognize the order of the numbers AND can do simple math. Otherwise, the game is not fun for a child, just frustrating because they are dependent on the adult telling them every step of the game, whether they have won or not.
Rated it with a 4 stars just because I don't think the packaging tells what level a child should be to play this game.
Cards are oversized and good quality
PIctures are fun
Kids like it
Teaches counting and basic addition
Ties into Richard Scarry books which my kids love and I recommend
Winning/losing has nothing to do with ability, purely based on luck of the draw, which my advanced 6 year old daughter is OK with but I can tell she wishes there was some skill involved to improve her chances over her little brother. WITH THAT SAID... that aspect also levels the playing field between kids of different ages and abilities. So it's an aspect that could be a plus or a minus.
For the price of about $5, I find it was well worth it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are super cute cards and my 4yr old and 5yr old don't even notice they are doing math when we play!Published 3 months ago by Nathan scheib
I got this for a trip when my daughter was 5 and she really wasn't interested. Fast forward one year and it is one of her favorite card games. Read morePublished 4 months ago by LL
My son is 5 and he LOVES this game. I like that you have to do some basic math to determine what number is bigger- we also challenge him by hainvg him add things along the way. Read morePublished 4 months ago by P. Kane
This is a card game with Richard Scarry's great pictures. I thought the price was high just for a card game, however.Published 7 months ago by J. Ikeda
GREAT game for kids just learning to add and compare number values! FUN way to learn math!!Published 10 months ago by danicat
It served its purpose to train toddlers and little kids on simple math concepts (comparisons, simple addition). Easy to learn. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Tots