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Chutes and Ladders Super Hero Squad
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- High quality toys for children all ages
- Made using safe materials
- Tested for quality and durability
- The classic up & down game featuring your favorite Super Heroes
- For 2 to 6 players
- Includes 8 Super Hero Squad character pawns, 4 pawn stands, spinner with base and arrow and instructions
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Ready for a climbing, sliding, super adventure? Race to the top with your favorite Super Heroes! Choose to be one of 8 popular characters to move along the gameboard. Ladders will zoom you forward, but watch out for chutes that will slide you back! Be the first to the finish line and you’re the super hero winner!
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|Item Dimensions||15.75 x 1.44 x 10.5 in||15.75 x 1.18 x 10.63 in||15.75 x 1.18 x 10.63 in||10.51 x 2.13 x 10.51 in||10.5 x 1.5 x 8 in||10.51 x 1.61 x 10.51 in|
|Item Weight||1.45 lbs||1.4 lbs||1.12 lbs||—||—||0.9 lb|
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This game is pretty easy to understand how to play. You spin the arrow and whatever number you get you move that many spaces, land at top of slide you slide down, land on latter you climb up and first one to reach the end wins. I think this is a fun way to practice counting for my children while getting too play a game with their favorite super heros. This game is definitely time consuming and allot if times takes a while to end so it's great for the rainy days. This was a great Christmas gift for my kids. All 5 of us love this board game and I would reccomend this game.
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As far as a Chutes and Ladders game, this version of it is very cluttered graphically. It is so cluttered it is difficult to tell exactly where some ladders or slides begin or end. The player pawns requiring snapping apart a clear plastic holder to put in a cardboard character you want to be. My children were unable to do this. I always had to do it for them. This was very annoying. The gameplay itself is just normal chutes and ladders.
Educationally speaking this game does have some minimal value in developing number sense up to 100 if you as the adult take the time to teach the children to count up from the space they are on rather than just count to 6 while hopping the character. For example if you are on a 32 and roll a 3 you say "33, 34, 35" while holding up one more finger each time. According to research, if you just hop along counting to 6 each time it will not benefit your child educationally (beyond counting to six). Yes someone actually published research on this particular game...
There are better games to get than this for young children over three which utilize paths or practice number sense up to 100. If you want a game utilizing paths try My First Carcassonne Game instead, where children will be strategically creating and ending paths in order to put down meeples. If you want a game that also works with number sense get Hide and Eeek. It practices memory, higher/ lower number sense up to 100, and even/ odd numbers. Both games incorporate more higher order thought in the gameplay, and are thus more educationally valuable, than Chutes and Ladders. In addition they are much more fun to play for the young child and the adult that might be playing with them.
One good creative thing you can do is swap super hero pictures in and out of the player pieces. If you have a printer you can make your own pieces very easily. I just printed off some of the characters my daughter likes (DC characters too, because... why not?). Now our game includes Wonder Woman, Mary Jane Watson, Storm, and even Olaf from the movie Frozen. This fun side project extends the life of the game. I sometimes give my children blank paper and have them draw their own (tiny) superheroes.
The game itself? It's classic Chutes and Ladders, with a few problems. I wish it was a basic set so the numbers are more easily seen. The ability to do simple addition and subtraction is not really possible here, taking away the one educational aspect of this game. Still my kids enjoy playing it often.