CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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- For Ages 3-6 yrs
- Mix and match to create crazy critters
- Perfect for younger children because there is no reading required
- Two to Four players
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Mix and match to create crazy critters; children may play solo or in groups. Each of four cooties assembles with 6 legs, mouth part, ears/hat, and eyes. Perfect for younger children because there is no reading required; parental instructions in English and Spanish. Manufacturer in the USA; die made in China. For 2 to 4 children ages 3 to 6 years.
This classic game has been around for nearly half a century and is just as fun as ever. The bugs' faces are a bit goofier than before, but the object remains the same: to be the first to create your own Cootie. Just arrange the bug parts on the fold-out board and roll the die to win the parts you need. (Roll a 1 and pick a body, roll a 2 and select a head, roll a 3, etc.) Body parts are made of hard plastic and come in various mix-and-match colors. Small pieces are a danger to young children, so supervision is recommended. Instructions in English and Spanish. --Tom Keogh
Safety WarningWarning: Choking hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
Legal DisclaimerBrand new, never opened. Perfect condition!
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Still, my daughter doesn't know that it's not as well made as it could/should be - she loves it, right up until she gets so frustrated trying to put the cooties together that she looks up at me with tears in her big blue eyes asking why the cooties don't like her lol... I tell her they love her, and help her put them together and everything is as it should be again - but it'd be nice if the game could be used by its target audience without mommy intervention!
Hasbro has remade the game and remade it poorly. The pieces are wonky: some of the body holes are too small to insert the appropriate pieces, and some are too large (like the legs keep just falling out/off). It's like the company had a competition to see how cheaply they could make this and then they went one or two steps too far. A nice game for even the real little kids, though, but still cheapo.
Also, just for your own fun, don't follow their rules. Make your own, otherwise game play becomes tedious and frustrating.
I still rated this four stars because it's still useable and my kids loved it. It teachers math, matching, patience, and engineering all important for young growing minds.
I'm a manufacturer and QUALITY COUNTS!
In spite of the fact that I gave it 5 stars, I have to admit that we just use it to assemble the bugs and play with them. The game is slow and boring. It consists of assembling your bug based on the roll of dice. Both the children and I find it frustrating. What I do is get out a tray with raised sides, pour all the pieces into the tray (or rimmed baking sheet) and assemble bugs. When we're done it is easy to pick up and put away without losing any pieces.