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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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A great resource for classroom teachers, homeschoolers, and anyone who has enjoyed E.D. Hirsch's books on education (A Dictionary of Cultural Literacy), the Brain Quest Game is a non-threatening yardstick for measuring learning areas that might need attention. It's also the perfect showcase for helping children to display--and feel great about--how much they already know. Younger kids will enjoy the Brain Quest Game for preschool and kindergarten. Brain Quest is for two to four players. --Julie Ubben
I expected this to be only for children but I found some difficult questions. but it is good for the parent to play with their kids and gaining knowledge together in a fun way.Published 10 days ago by Nietzsche
WE have two games from Brain Quest and my family plays both of them quite often. Most of the questions are easy for parents; however, some are tricky. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is the ideal game for the geek family because too much school is never enough! the younger kids are challenged with different questions to the orders kids. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mom2girls
I bought this game because I was looking for a good game that we could play with our kids, 9 and 5. The great thing about this game is that it actually is accessible for both of... Read morePublished 20 months ago by S. Miller
This is a great education game that is loads of fun! My 5 yr old loves it as well as my 10 yr old! Fun for adults to play along too!!Published 21 months ago by NB
Our kids (5 & 7 - kindergarten & 2nd grade) love this game. I was worried that it would be too much learning for them and they'd reject it, but they love playing and even play... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jen
My daughter loves this game and loves the fact that she can beat the adults. She has always liked the Brain Quest decks and this just makes them more interactive.Published 23 months ago by Sean Sweeney
The Scene: Five cousins at the end of a B-Day party ages 7 through 11 sitting around a coffee table while I read the cards in order to keep the peace. Read morePublished on April 13, 2011 by Dr. Space