Honey Bee Tree
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- Fun and educational
- Performance and quality tested
- Great fun for children of all ages
- Players choose their numbered flower trays and then pull leaves out of the honey tree, being careful not to wake the sleeping bees!
- If you pull out the wrong leaf, the bees come tumbling out. Try to "bee" the winner by having the least amount of bees in your flower tray!
- Contains 1 honey pot, 1 old oak tree, 1 flower tray base, 32 leaves, 30 little honey bees and the game rules
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Skillfully Remove the Leaves Without Waking the Bees
It takes a steady hand to pluck the plastic leaves without waking the bees in the Honey Bee Tree Game. This award-winning game delights children as they try to carefully remove leaves without dislodging the resting bees. Players choose their numbered flower trays and then carefully pull leaves out of the honey tree, being careful not to wake the sleeping bees. If you pull out the wrong leaf or if your hand starts to shake, bees will come tumbling out of the tree onto your tray. Once all the leaves are removed from the honey tree, or all the bees are awake and out of the tree, the players with the least amount of bees in their flower tray is the winner.
Bee Steady Handed as You Begin the Game
Choose a numbered Flower tray, turn the Old Oak Tree and you are ready to play. Use all your skill to pull out a leaf without waking any of the sleeping bees.
If you pull out the wrong leaf, or your hand starts to shake…oops! Out pops a bee, or maybe even three (or more) When all of the bees have left the Honey Pot, the player who has the fewest bees in their Flower Tray wins.
Honey pot, old oak tree, flower tray base, 32 leaves, 30 little honey bees, and game rules.
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Top Customer Reviews
I didn't think the directions were as clear as they should have been. I definitley fell prey to the "award winning" sticker on the box when I bought this game.
However, the more we play it, the more I see the educational value in it. My 3 year old is simply thrilled to learn turn-taking as we try to make the bees fall out. My 7 and 9 year olds are definitely more into the logic and competition of the game.
All told, once you've mastered the branch issue, it's really a fun game and worth the space on your family game shelves!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Our three year old enjoys playing this, but this game takes more time to set up than it takes to play. Read morePublished 17 days ago by RRL
This is a short term fun game for children 5-8 years of age. My kiddos like it but resetting the Leaves are a PITA! Read morePublished 1 month ago by MStCroix
Deff takes time to set up for each game but my daughter really enjoys it just wish the set up was easierPublished 1 month ago by kassandra thomas
My children, 5 and 1 1/2 years, love this game. Both of my children help me set up the 'leaves' in the game without too much difficulty in the beginning, after a bit I had to do... Read morePublished 2 months ago by JoB12
So much time setting it up and then just 5-6 sticks pulled (EVERY TIME!) and its over. Not designed well in my opinion. Maybe if they made the bees larger it would be better.Published 3 months ago by avidreader
awesome game i have it on my coffee table and the adults play with it more than the kids lol those little bees are darlingPublished 3 months ago by Marion Snow
This is fun but it's hard to get all of the sticks in, takes a while and was frustrating for my 4 year old granddaughter. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer