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eeBoo Playing Cards - Color Go Fish
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- Great game for kids learning to count
- Deck includes 44 fish-shaped playing cards
- Game play instructions included
- Artwork was created by top children's book illustrators
- For ages 5 years and up
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Top Customer Reviews
They should just use red , blue ,green, brown etc.
Not café au lait ,turquoise ,lavander, buttercup ,apricot ,chartreuse ,jade , indigo , eggplant , etc.
I do not know any 3 year olds that can read these colors!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The fish shape is cute.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Super cute with bright colors! My little ones love these! Just wish there was more color diversity as when playing before kids can read it's hard to differentiate with them between... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
My granddaughter loves these cards, I have a set and gave her a set. Great game.Published 13 days ago by Patricia
Cute colors, design and size but the color shades and color names are difficult for young children to comprehend who can not yet read.Published 27 days ago by Heather B
fish shaped cards that the kids love using-like the original Go Fish cards.Published 2 months ago by Fred M.
Such a cute game for kids. My only complaint is that the color choices are a little unusual, such as chartreuse, eggplant, butttercup, and cafe au lait. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C'est la vie
Go fish using colors, instead of traditional numbers. My almost 4 year old loves this game. My two year old likes to sort the cards into piles by color. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Patrick Farrelly