Cranium Sculpt-It Game
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- It's an outerspace clay-sculpting race
- Work together to win
- Get teammates to guess what was on the card
- Encourages using imagination and collaboration
- Includes In-box gameboard, can of Cranium Clay, spaceship mover, alien mover, 60-second sand timer, 96 cards, spaceship card window, and instructions
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The Cranium Sculpt-It game is a wacky game with an outerspace theme, in which all players work together to use their imaginations and win as a team. One player picks a card and sculpts the object shown, using the included Cranium Clay. Then that player tries to get the others to guess what it is before the timer runs out. The sculpture doesn't have to look exactly like the image on the card – be creative! The first player to get 4 correct guesses wins the game. The game offers practice in collaboration, self-expression, and imagination. The game was reviewed by Mensa for Kids. Cranium and all related trademarks of Cranium, Inc. Copyright 2016 Cranium. Hasbro Gaming and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
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Some of the objects are easy to sculpt (bone, pencil) and others are more challenging (car, cheese). Players can act out the object they're sculpting, but can't make sounds or noises to help out.
This is definitely geared for elementary-school aged children, but it a game that older children and adults could play with them. It doesn't take long to learn how to play and the games my family of 4 played lasted about 15 minutes. Set up and take down is also quick. The "cranium clay" that comes with the game is the same texture as Play-Doh so it could be easily replaced with any kind of soft dough.
My 10 and 12-year old were a little skeptical about playing this (and helping me with the review), but they really got into the sculpting and creativity of trying to communicate through creating a 3-D representation. It was fun!
I plan on introducing this game to my K-5 Gifted students as a brain break activity.
Now, daughter mine did think it should come with more clay. It comes with one small tub of clay that you pass between players. Since it is kind of nice when all players get clay of their own, we ended up using some Play-Doh as well.
Mademoiselle Picky Nine-Year-Old also lamented that it did not come with sculpting tools. Mademoiselle Picky had to improvise.
Finally, it has a little story to it about an alien - she found that unnecessary.
Despite her complaints, she had a blast with this game, has played it more than once, and is bringing it to her cousin's house this weekend to play there.
The game is fast paced and imaginative.
When playing with littles, you may want to extend the time they have to create. Maybe go through two or three turns of the timer to prevent frustration.
But it's a good quality and engaging game.
I also really like that they turned it into a cooperative games. Not only is it good because you win or lose together, but also it's good because it doesn't require as many players. Also, when you have a wide age range of players, you don't have problems with just a younger kid guessing. They thought the game through and made it great for families!
My kids from 3 to 10 can all play with the adults and all have fun. We give the 3 year old longer and make sure we give her easier things to sculpt (or we team her up with an adult). The game as is is probably good for 5 and up. It's not hard to win and I think we're going to try making it a little harder.
We really love this game. Shaping with the clay is a lot of fun. Trying to win together is a lot of fun. I do suggest this game!
After playing this game I'd recommend you either purchase another tub of clay or Play-doh. This game has aliens! The object of the game to have 4 items in your spaceship window, you and your teammates win the game. However, if the alien reaches the final marker and your spaceship, the game is over. It's a cute game. At the very least, your child will have fun playing with the clay, trying to create something others can recognize.
This game helps promote collaboration, self-expression and imagination skills. Inside the box is an in-box game board, can of cranium clay (really small) spaceship mover, alien mover, 60 second sand timer, 96 cards spaceship card window and instructions.