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Where Is Sock Monkey Board Game


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  • Sock monkey is included
  • Sure to become a classic for you family game night
  • Clue cards help you find the sock monkey
  • Fun for kids of all ages
  • Kids will have lots of fun with their friends
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 10.5 x 2.8 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B004V98ZMG
  • Item model number: 498
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,774 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Comes with a real Sock Monkey. One player hides the Sock Monkey, players use the clue cards to try to find him. Sock Monkey is included. Sure to become a classic for your family game night. Clue cards help you find the Sock monkey. Fun for kids of all ages. Kids will have lots of fun with their friends.

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Comes with a real Sock Monkey. One player hides the Sock Monkey, players use the clue cards to try to find him Sock Monkey is included. Sure to become a classic for you family game night. Clue cards help you find the Sock monkey. Fun for kids of all ages. Kids will have lots of fun with their friends.

Customer Reviews

I mean, it had a sock monkey in it!
Rebecca Ketter
We be a good game even if you have older and younger kids, the would all have fun!
Buckhunter
My 3 and 6 year old love this game!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By mommy2boys on May 6, 2011
I'm a mom of two young boys and always searching for something to do thats fun enough to hold their attention span and also educational. We have several games that we play or try to play with them and usually they don't pick up the concept in the short window before their attention is gone.....so basically we have a hard time getting them to sit down to play anything. In the age of video games and cartoons, board games = bored games to them.

This game is our new family favorite we played rounds and rounds of it with my just turned four year old!!!! He picked it up right away and was really into it and excited for each turn. The game says 3 and up preschool, but i imagine that even a seven year old would enjoy playing it. Basically its a game of hide and seek with a little sock monkey, and you pick clue questions off the game board to ask the "hider of the monkey" to figure out where he might be. All the questions are worded the same something like " is he in a room with a desk?" Then the "hider" answers yes or no and the card is placed in either the "yes" or "No" section on the gameboard to remind you of all the clues you have uncovered. I was concerned about the game for my lil man since you had to read and he doesn't know how but he picked up the wording and the cute illustrations on the cards were easy for him to figure out, tv, fridge, table, rug, etc.. so he was asking the questions perfectly. We thought we would play with him as a team but by the 5 or 6 question he had it down and even hid the monkey for us to FIND! The player that draws a "go look" card goes to search for a monkey and there is a hourglass timer that you use during the search, if time is up you keep on playing until he is found.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca Ketter on August 18, 2011
We played it last night. We meaning my daughter (age 7.5), our two 9 year old neighbor girls, and me. The game says ages 3 and up, but that didn't stop us. I mean, it had a sock monkey in it!

The last reviewer did a great job describing the game and the rules, so I won't repeat that, I'll just say that

I LOVE this game.

I LOVED the hour we spent together playing it.

The giggling, the screaming, the cheering...and that was just from me.

Everyone is getting this game for Christmas.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Lisa on December 31, 2012
I thought I'd list off the types of questions the game has. They might work in some households while others don't.
I had to be really specific as to where my kids would look. The good news is that you can write on the cards themselves with a sharpie and come up with your own questions. It looks a little ghetto that way, but it still works and the kids love it!

The cards are about 2.5 inches long X 2 inches tall. They are cardboard with a picture of a pink sock monkey on one side thinking "Where is sock monkey?" If the cards are flipped over they list the question on the other side.

The list of questions that didn't work for us:

1. In a room with a tv? (too many TV's)
2. In a room with a nightlight? (no nightlights)
3. In a room with toys? (we have too many toys)
4. In a room with a clock? (too many clocks)
5. In a room with a plant? (no plants)
6. In a room with a phone? (no land line)
7. In a room with a lamp? (no lamps)

These are the questions that worked for us:

8. In a room with a table?
9. In a room with a couch?
10. In a room with a chair?
11. In a room with a computer?
12. In a room with an oven?
13. In a room with a fridge?
14. In a room with a sink?
15. In a room with a bed?
16. In a room with a remote control?
17. In a room with a desk?
18. In a room with books?
19. In a room with a mirror?
20. In a room with a dresser?
21. In a room with a bath? (shows a picture of a tub).
22. In a room with a rug?

These are the ones that I wrote with a sharpie on one side:

23. In a room with a washer and dryer.
24. In a room with a trashcan.
25. In a room with a crib.
26. In a room with a dollhouse.
27. Outside near the slide.
28. In a room with a shoe bin
29. Outside in the playhouse.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. Tawzer on October 13, 2011
I had to post a review of this game after playing it tonight for our traditional Family Game Night with my 3 boys, ages 8, 6 and 5. This game is FUN! We had a blast playing it, the box says its a preschool game but I really think it should be labeled family. One player gets a turn hiding sock monkey and then the other players get a chance to draw a card that either has a yes/no question about the monkey's location or if they are lucky, they get a go find it card and the timer runs while they hunt for sock monkey.

My kids had a BLAST with this game! I'm always looking for new games that we can play as a family that are interesting for the adults AND the kids and this one is a definite winner.

The ONLY caveat to this game is that it is definitely oriented towards being played in the home. The questions just wouldn't work anywhere else, which is a disappointment for me because I am also a Tiger cub den leader and I take games to play with the boys but this one won't work because the questions don't apply outside of a home setting.

Highly recommend this game!!!
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