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Hi Ho Cherry-O Game (Amazon Exclusive)
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- Help your preschoolers develop and practice basic math skills
- Have a blast picking fruit from the trees and filling their buckets
- Game includes game board, spinner with arrow and base, 9-piece puzzle, 4 fruit baskets, 40 fruit pieces (10 cherries, 10 blueberries, 10 apples and 10 oranges), and instructions
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Hi Ho Cherry-O
Check out this new version of the family favorite HiHo! Cherry-O game! Preschoolers have so much fun picking fruit to fill their baskets, they don't even realize they're developing and practicing math skills such as counting, addition and subtraction! Take turns picking pretend cherries, blueberries and apples from your tree and put them in your basket. Be the first to pick all the fruit from your tree and win! When it comes to a fruity fun way to sharpen kids' math skills, you couldn't 'pick' a better game!
- Ages 3 and up.
- For 2 to 3 players.
- Adult assembly required.
- HiHo! Cherry-O and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro
Includes gameboard, spinner with arrow and base, 10 cherries, 10 blueberries, 10 apples, basket and instructions.
- Fun HiHo! Cherry-O game challenges kids' math skills
- Helps kids practice counting and numbers
- Players pick pretend fruits off of their trees
- The first player to pick all the fruit off their tree wins
Check out this new version of the family favorite Hi Ho! Cherry-O game! Preschoolers can have so much fun picking fruit to fill their baskets, they don't even realize they're developing and practicing math skills, such as counting, addition and subtraction! Choose from two different play options and take turns picking pretend cherries, blueberries, apples and oranges from your tree. When it comes to a fruity fun way to sharpen kids' math skills, you couldn't pick a better game!
Round and round she goes. Hi Ho! Cherry-O is the counting game in which players race to be the first to have 10 cherries in their basket. A spin of the arrow determines your fate. It will instruct you to pick one, two, three, or four cherries from your tree and put 'em in your basket. That is, of course, if you don't land on the bird or the dog, requiring you to take two cherries from your basket and return them to the tree. And try not to land on the spilled bucket or--you guessed it--spill the contents of your basket or you start over. --Alison GolderSee all Product description
Legal DisclaimerAll pieces have been counted and verified. Includes 4 extra cherries. Box shows shelf wear. Thank you for supporting our family owned business.
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|Item Dimensions||10.51 x 1.89 x 10.51 in||15.75 x 1.18 x 10.63 in||10.5 x 12.5 x 2 in||15.75 x 1.18 x 10.63 in||10.5 x 10.5 x 2.2 in||10.51 x 1.61 x 10.51 in|
|Item Weight||6.4 ounces||1.12 lbs||0.91 lb||3.2 ounces||1.52 lbs||0.9 lb|
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I look for toys that are fairly quiet, easy to play and fun. I also look for toys that can grow with the child and if they are educational then that is a boost.
Games are a lot of fun. Children seem to love mastering them. I think they also offer good lessons in taking turns, winning with grace, and losing with grace. (all life skills we need right?)
This game can be made more educational with some parental input- three cheries minus/take away two leaves how many? two plus three cheries equals what? Let's count them together... etc.
Although my son didn't quiet grasp the concept of the numbers yet, (at age two) he enjoyed spinning the spinner and putting cheries on the tree. Thanks to my niece for her patience.