I SPY Preschool Game
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- Players match riddles with pictures, interlocking pairs ensure only the correct matches are possible
- Riddles and photographs from the popular I Spy book series
- Contains 12 interlocking I Spy Puzzle pairsand I Spy Preschool game rules
- 3 ways to play: versions are included for beginning and advanced players
- Safe for toddlers, no small parts
- Promotes matching, reading and social skills, also helps them learn to cooperate and follow rules
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I Spy Preschool Game
"I spy with my little eye" is the chiming chorus of road trips with kids, and also now of this game for preschoolers. It develops reading skills through colors, pictures--the high-impact compositions of everyday stuff from the I Spy books by Jean Marzollo--and rhymes. Different games are possible with the same set of easy-to-read cards: listening, rhyming, and matching. Older kids can play with their younger, nonreading siblings without any rivalry. That's because, in this game, everybody wins. But in order to succeed, you gotta stop, look, and listen. --Lynne SampsonSee all Product description
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Top Customer Reviews
There are indeed 5 versions of play included in the instructions. Briefly...
Level 1: Select one matching set and hand picture card to player. Read clue card and have player search for the objects.
Level 2: Distribute picture cards among 2 or more players. Read clue card and have players search their set of cards for the match.
Level 3: remove picture cards. Read clue cards and find rhyming words.
Level 4: (independent play) picture cards are distributed. Clue cards are placed in a pile. Take turns selecting and reading clue cards to find the match.
Level 5: Place all cards face down in a grid. Player selects 2 cards, one of each type. If they match you keep the pair, if not turn back over and move to next player (similar to Memory).
The metal box is durable and the cards are thick and sturdy. Overall it's a good quality, fun game that builds concentration skills but I think level 5 is the only one that would be appropriate for the upper age range. The other levels could easily be mastered before age 3.