This game is great for my 4-year-old who is working on counting with 1:1 correspondence, and as a relatively easy beginners game, it teaches following directions, etc without being too complicated for little ones. It's also great for fine motor development because you have to set up, manipulate, etc. the super small fruit. My son loves it and I like that he's working on important skills without realizing it. For those who are die-hard fans of this game from their childhood, note that they changed the color of the fruits (instead of everyone having red cherries, each player has a different colored fruit like blueberries, red cherries, etc.). I don't care, but somebody might?
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