CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Bamboo Collection Cagola
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- 37 pieces
- made from sustainable bamboo and non-toxic water based paints
- 4-10 years
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Top Customer Reviews
-Set up is so easy...all you do is place the rod with attached deck into the curved blue piece, slap on the flag, tweak the thin rope that supports the deck to your liking (you can make this game more challenging for older kids), and the fun is on.
-You get a bunch of included small, bamboo pieces (36): natural colored cylinders, red half circles, and yellow rectangles.
-Everyone takes turns...you roll the die, and whatever small bamboo piece(s) image rolls up is what you place on the deck. The deck will list in whatever direction that piece is placed on, and the degree of listing depends on the weight of the piece or pieces (eg.half circle has less effect on the deck than a cylinder). If anything goes "kerplunk", you're out. Winner is the last one standing. Game is about ten minutes on average.
-You can roll: one cylinder, one half circle, one rectangle, one cylinder with half circle, one cylinder with square, one square with half circle.
-Little ones will learn shapes, reading (the die), and the whole balancing act, and faster than you can imagine! Both of my daughters have even used this game in imaginary play.
-Easy cleanup. A game you will want to keep for future generations.
If we can keep all the pieces together, this game will last a long time. The pieces are very small, so I'd be extra vigilant if I had a baby in the house.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Two year old loves this toy. We keep it on a high shelf because she's too young to play without adult supervision (small pieces), but she is always pointing at it "that one"... Read morePublished on June 23, 2010 by Troy B.
My son loves this game! It teaches you shapes along with playing well with others. It's a little like Janga for kids. Read morePublished on December 31, 2008 by Shawn J.