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  • Learning fun, picture identification and matching, physical movement, imaginative play and strategic thinking
  • Product contents 4 airplanes, 1 dice tower, 16 passenger tiles, 16 souvenir cards, 4 destination mats, 2 dice and 1 game rules manual
  • Age 3+, number of players 2 to 4
  • The wonder forge features family games designed to bridge generation gaps and build family bonds
  • Its preschool sub-brand, i can do that, games, is designed to celebrate the "can do" in every kid, with games that engage children physically, socially and creatively
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Product Description

Product Description

Richard Scarry's Busy, Busy Airport Game

Let your imagination take flight in this on-your-feet, adventure game.

It's a busy day at the airport.
Richard Scarry Airport Game
You're the pilot!
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Get Ready for Take Off

It’s a busy, busy day at the airport, and you’re the pilot. Set up “destination” game boards around the room. Load your plane with your favorite busytown characters and wait for the “all clear” for take-off. Then fly to faraway places--the beach, mountains, city, and more. Collect souvenirs wherever you go. The player with the most souvenirs wins. It’s out-of-your-seat role play fun.

Richard Scarry's Busy World Comes to Life

Watch the classic stories come to life as the game box transforms into the busy airport where players use the 3-D control tower and dice to load passengers discover destinations. Sturdy game pieces will stand the test of travel and hours of active play.

Quick Set Up, Easy-to-Learn Gameplay

Place the destinations around the room. Drop the dice down the control tower and load the passengers or get the call for take-off. Then fly your passengers to place they need to go.

Richard Scarry Airport Game
Game box is the game board.
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What's in the Box?

Four Airplanes, one Dice Tower, 20 Passenger Tiles, 20 Souvenir Cards, four Destination Mats, two Dice, and one Game Rules Manual.

Promotes:
  • Picture identification and matching
  • Physical movement
  • Imaginative play
  • strategic thinking

From the Manufacturer

It’s a busy, busy day at the airport--and you’re the pilot. Set up “destination” game boards around the room. Load your plane with your favorite busytown characters and wait for the “all clear” for take-off. Then fly to faraway places--the beach, mountains, the city and more. Collect souvenirs wherever you go. The player with the most wins. It’s out-of-your-seat role play fun. Learning fun, picture identification and matching, physical movement, imaginative play and strategic thinking. Product contents 4 airplanes, 1 dice tower, 16 passenger tiles, 16 souvenir cards, 4 destination mats, 2 dice and 1 game rules manual. Age 3+, number of players 2 to 4. The wonder forge features family games designed to bridge generation gaps and build family bonds. Its preschool sub-brand, i can do that. Games, is designed to celebrate the “can do” in every kid, with games that engage children physically, socially and creatively.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2.5 x 15.8 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B004S2M414
  • Item model number: 1055
  • Our recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,685 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (187 customer reviews)
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85 of 87 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 19, 2011
A lot of preschool games seem to be tossed together and only have one activity, thus my boy gets bored easily with them. This game is different. It's fun and lots of activity for preschoolers who might not be able to sit for long periods.

To play you roll the dice down the control tower and determine how many passengers and stops you make. You then pick up the passengers, take them to their destination and get a souvenir. The player with the highest number of souvenirs wins the game.

This game is extremely well thought out. Every piece has a purpose and a place. The bottom of the game box is your board and looks like an airport terminal. The airplanes are sturdy and have room for passengers and cargo souvenirs.

There is lots of different types of learning.
~ Counting - The dice promote simple counting up to 4 in two categories. You need to count your souvenirs at the end of the game to determine the winner.

~ Fine Motor Skills - You must slot the passengers and cargo into the airplane which is a great way to develop fine motor skills

`Gross Motor Skills- You are encouraged to spread out the destinations all over the room. So there is lots of action and movement going on.

~Pretend Play and Social skills - Each passenger is going to a different location you can read where they are going, or look at their outfit and determine where they are going (swimsuit is beach). You fly them to the destination where you get to make cool airplane noises and fly by the dog (if you are my son). When you drop off the passenger you can pick a place on the mat where that figure should go (The skier would be on the slope and not building a snowman)

All in all it's the best preschool game I've ever played.
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52 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 22, 2012
We've had the Richard Scarry Busy Town game since Christmas and enjoyed it so much that we decided to try this one too. A friend highly recommended it. So glad we got it! Both games are very well made and sturdily constructed. Both are engaging for both children and adults alike. What's particularly great about the airport game is that my 4 year old just plays with it like a toy airport when we're not playing with it as the board game itself. So, there's a lot of creative play value here.

Some key differences between the Airport Game and the Busy Town Game: In the Airport Game, there is a clear winner - while the Busy Town game is cooperative. The Airport Game has more advanced adding. You add up souvenirs and end up with a math problem like this: 4 + 1 + 3 = 8. (I got out our abacus to show my 4 year old how to add up the numbers. With two players you could end up adding 4 + 4 + 2 + 2 + 3 + 1 + 1 =17 or beyond 20.) The person with the most souvenirs wins. Busy Town is simpler - you just count by ones to add up how many hidden items you've found - and then you move your players along the board by that many steps.

So, to sum up... Busy Town: Cooperative and adding by ones, Airport Game: more advanced adding and there is a single winner. They're BOTH excellent, well made, board games, but they are different.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By KCO on May 4, 2012
My four year old son loves this game and goes back to it all the time. Mostly though after an elaborate set up process, my son pick up passengers and flies them around to the different locations. It's a fun toy that gets him moving around and playing, so that's great, but it's not so much a "game." Also, he quickly became frustrated with the planes coming apart due to their construction, so he modified them by not using the wings. Because the wings clip on to a piece of plastic at the bottom, the plastic clip falls out and the wings drop off. It's a dumb design and could use some re-engineering to improve it.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Kara J. Ayala on May 6, 2012
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We are game fanatics, since my 4-year-old only child thrives on adult interaction. We have almost every game out there (seriously). This one is by far, the absolute best!!! I was skeptical, because so many times we have been disappointed. This is absolutely superb. Easy to set up, easy to learn (and easy to make modifications for faster and/or easier play that pleases a 4-year-old). My son has fun with ALL aspects of the game, and that is the difference. Even when it's my turn, he can "fly" his plane behind me to the destination as "back-up." Never a dull moment. The little passengers are easy to manipulate and put in the plane, and the "cargo" hold for souvenirs is genius. The simplest ideas, put together in one great game. And --- it gets my energetic, hyper little guy up and moving around! I made sure we spread the 4 destinations as far around the house as we could go. I think next time, I will put a couple outside, ha ha. ;-) I highly, highly recommend this game. No mess, quick clean up (everything goes in the box), and it's ready to play out of the box. If your child has an interest in traveling, airplanes, airports, I think the game will be an absolute hit! Worth every penny. I may buy another just to have, in case we lose some pieces. (It is really that awesome).
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A. Cleveland on November 2, 2011
My son is in kindergarten and loves this game. I was worried that he wouldn't like it because of the subject matter, but it isn't. He loves going to the destinations. I love the movement and fine motor skills involved. I also love how my child adds up the points at the end. Great game and a must have!
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