UNO MOO Preschool Game
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- The farm animals have come out of their barn to play UNO
- Round them up by matching colors or animals
- The first player to get all of their figures back in the barn wins
- Includes 1 Play-and-Store Barn, 28 Animal and Farmer Figures
- Finalists for 10th Annual Toy of the Year (TOTY) Awards
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Families love playing Uno Moo!
Easy to pack up and take to Grandma's for fun on the go!
Searching for a game where learning and laughter go hand-in-hand? On a basic level, UNO Moo! allows children to practice their colors and matching skills. But players also may find themselves with some “wild” pieces like the Skunk or the Farmer, which adds a bit of strategy and excitement to the game as well. Victory could be just one turn away, but a player better be prepared to say “Uno Moooooo” or else the game continues. Who can win? Anybody. Who will laugh? Everybody.
How to Play
The game begins when a child draws five animal pieces from the barn storage unit and hides them behind his or her individual haystack, out of view from the rest of the players. The first animal piece will be played, by placing it on the top of the barn, resting on the barn door. The next player will compare the animals in his or her haystack with the animal at the barn door. If the animal is a BLUE COW, the player could tip the cow back through the barn door and replace it will any BLUE animal or any color COW. The game continues until a player has successfully played all the animals behind his or her haystack.
True to the spirit of the original UNO! card game, Uno Moo! has a few “wild” pieces and the shouting “Uno!” requirement. Players who play a SKUNK piece force the next player to add two more animal pieces from the barn to his or her haystack. Players can play a FARMER card at any time. Finally, when a player has only one animal remaining behind his or her haystack, he or she must shout “UNO Moo!” If he or she is caught by another player with one animal before saying this phrase, he or she must add two more animals from the barn to his or her haystack.
What's In The Box?
Includes 1 Play-and-Store Barn, 28 Animal and Farmer pieces, 4 Haystack partitions and Instructions.
Round up the matching colors or animals, the first player to get all of their figures back in the barn wins!
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Here's my 2 cents:
-It is difficult to randomly pick a character from the barn when you can see what you are picking. We try having everyone close their eyes, but it doesn't really work!
-The haystacks surely won't last long, and if you are playing on the floor, they don't do much good anyways.
-The concept and packaging is great - love the fact that it is small and self contained. The less space it takes up in the closet the better!
The bottom line is that we don't play that this often (and we play a game every night). When it does come out, we usually don't have a successful game. If you are looking for a game that will teach the same rules (color/matching), I would suggest a children's deck of Crazy Eights...we were playing that when she was 2.5 and it was much easier and less frustrating than this game!
If you are looking for other good board games to play for a 3 year old, I would suggest Toy Story Yahtzee Jr, Sequence for Kids, and Zingo. Those are the big hits in our house!
As a side note, the cardboard fences that are supposed to hide your animals are very flimsy as well. It's too bad because I really wanted to like this game!!
You can allow your little one to win by placing the appropriate color or animal type to ensure they can discard their's; however, they will never know you are helping them win...if you are sneaky. I enjoy the game and on my busy schedule it allows some sit down time with my son that isn't Monopoly long to finish.
* My children love this game.
* The rules are so simplistic that even my littlest can grasp it.
* It's easy to slightly modify things so the game can be more challenging, even if it is making up your own new game.
* The pieces themselves are fairly sturdy and the set up is cute, so it definitely appeals to the kids.
* The game can run pretty quickly, so kids getting bored isn't a huge problem.
* It's easy to cheat. We had to have everyone shove their hand in, look away or close their eyes, and "shuffle" the pieces around so selection would still be random
* The hay bale pieces aren't really tall enough to cover the pieces depending on your height and where you're playing. Thankfully, they'll be easy to replace when they do get lost.
* The whole thing looks like a toy to my kids and they're tempted to use it as such.
Overall, with a few modifications to play style, I think this could be a great game for younger kids. It's definitely on a preschool level too. I'd put it right up there with Candy Land and Hi-Ho-Cherry-O as favorites around here.
One Caveat: Cardboard Haystacks. Who gives cardboard to 3 year olds and expect it to stay in shape. I was expecting a thin plastic where the balls could easily stand up.
However, we love the plastic carrying case barn which makes it easy to take the game to Grandma's house on on plane rides. This game will also stay relevant as he gets older.
Really glad someone is starting to make fun games for toddlers and preschoolers.