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ThinkFun Snack Attack
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- Includes 1 snack attack spinner platter and 6 double-sided snack plates
- Two levels of play
- Includes a parents guide
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My only suggestion for improvement would be about some of the snacks depicted. Cupcakes, Ice Cream sundaes and Juice boxes are rarely eaten for snacks in our household and more likely seen as special treats. My 6 year old asked for these as snacks the day we got the game and I needed to explain that these weren't good for snacks because of XYZ...
With the concern of childhood obesity and sugar consumption being a prime suspect, I would enjoy seeing other snacks replace these (even though they do catch the eye/imagination). Maybe muffin, instead of frosted cupcake? Maybe Yogurt parfait with fruit/granola instead of ice cream sundae? Grapes or other fruits instead of Grape Juice?
Another idea would for Thinkfun to sell supplement edition kits to the basic game to keep kids interested over time. (ie., Dinner Attack with Plates/Tokens showing dinner items) Breakfast Attack with eggs/toast/etc.)
Our family is a big fan of ThinkFun and we are excited to have another great educational game in the house that not only entertains, but builds their learning skills as well.
It was super easy to set up, which is nice because games and toys now-a-days are not parent friendly. There are not a lots of parts to lose, but I can see losing the food discs. Think Fun did try to limit the loss with their plastic tube in which to keep and spin them around its track, though.
Language development- Snack Attack promotes food related vocabulary expansion, categorization, articulation, social pragmatics, and turn taking through a playful matching game.
Visual Perceptual Skills- Snack Attack can be used for scanning activities, matching, figure ground, visual discrimination, visual memory and more....
Special Needs- The game can help or be adapted for fine motor development, and can be easily used by those with upper extremity issues by having them be the "Chef" and having them turn the spinner with little resistance. Through some dycem or other non skid under the plates and serving platter piece to keep it more stable on a slippery surface. You could also adapt a universal cuff to hold a suction to pick up the discs.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best game ever for 4-6 year old!! I buy this as gifts all the time!Published 2 months ago by magnet maven
My children absolutely adored this product! Snack Attack was always uttered by them, a rare feat for children like them who liked My Little Pony and Barbie more than educational... Read morePublished 8 months ago by donna kock
Kids like this game but do not love it.... I use it less often than I expected.Published 13 months ago by eggMama
This is a super fun game. My Grand Daughter said, "It is AWESOME!" Easy to play and fun for even us grown-ups. I recommend this game for everyone.Published 13 months ago by Thextan
Not as fun as expected. Nieces and nephew find it boring after played a few times. Especially when ingredients leftover, couldn't match the items on their plate. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Sing Yee
Wasn't terribly excited about this game. Seems too young for a four year old. The chips are light cardboard and don't move through the dispensing mahine easilyPublished 13 months ago by Tom D
As a lover of thinkfuns other game, Zingo, I was really excited to try Snack Attack. Think fun did not disappoint! My 5 year old (and myself) absolutely LOVE this game!! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amy