Melissa & Doug Flip to Win Travel Bingo Game - 2 Wooden Game Boards, 4 Double-Sided Cards
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- Road trip bingo for fun on the go
- Choose among eight great travel themes
- Four double-sided cards store inside the two wooden game boards
- 13.2 x 9.3 x 0.6
- 4+ years
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BINGO on the go! Choose an appropriate theme among the eight provided, slide a card into each game boards and pay attention to the passing scenery! Includes two game boards and four double-sided game cards. There are no loose pieces and everything stores conveniently in the board. Great for travel!
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From classic wooden toys to crafts, pretend play, and games, Melissa & Doug products provide a launch pad to ignite imagination and a sense of wonder in all children so they can discover themselves, their passions, and their purpose.
Since the company’s founding more than 25 years ago, Melissa & Doug has consistently delivered innovative products that inspire open-ended thinking, encourage kids to see new possibilities, and offer Countless Ways to Play. It’s part of a bigger vision to Take Back Childhood. Because by giving children a true childhood with the space and freedom to explore their world, we give them a path to realizing their full potential!
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|Item Dimensions||9.25 x 1 x 13.5 in||8.7 x 11.7 x 0.9 in||6.75 x 6 x 0.88 in||5 x 5 x 3 in||9 x 12 x 3 in||6.75 x 6 x 0.88 in|
|Item Weight||1.4 lbs||0.88 lb||6.35 ounces||0.5 lb||2.9 lbs||0.54 lb|
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-Card selection: I like having the nice variety of cards, but none of them were really perfect for us. We tend to use the “vehicles “card the most. Our daily driving is usually to pretty regular places (basketball practice, grandparents, local restaurant, ect). The stationary objects, like movie theater, post office and car dealership, get pretty old. We all know where they are and it’s just not very exciting using those cards unless we were on a road trip. We talked about how there wasn’t a single card that we liked everything on (vehicles is closest, but we never see helicopters or trains, so that makes those few spots pretty much impossible). My solution: make my own card! I’m in the process of doing this. I’ll post pictures when I finish.
-Actual board: The flaps on this are cool. I think it’s probably better for older kids though. My 10 year old isn’t tempted to open and close them, but a younger child might be distracted by them. I think it’s great quality and an innovative design. The downfall is that it’s hard to store them with the windows open, we like to pause our bingo game if we go in a store or something, but sometimes the windows get closed accidentally. It’s a great size though and the paint is holding up well. We have been using it nearly daily for the last couple months.
-Card quality: This is my other big complaint. First off, after about a week I noticed the top of the card splitting at the top. I have since cautioned my daughter to be extremely careful with them. She always treats her things well, so I know she wasn’t bending them or anything. I think they could’ve easily used a higher quality paper, laminated it or done something to make them more durable. The card was also printed about 5 millimeters too low! The words are half cut off by the circle. I’m posting a picture. This drives me crazy. I think it would’ve been much better if the windows were square rather than circle. The picture could be bigger and the words would be easier to read.
-Please make a card that kids can customize: I’ve spent a couple hours trying to make my own cards. It would’ve been ridiculously easy to have a “Make your own card” aspect to this. Give one card that’s blank with circles where the pictures need to go. Either let kids/parents draw items in there or enclose20-40 round stickers with various items written on them so kids could design their own. Or they could use the stickers to cover up items they don’t ever see (we haven’t seen a single parking meter or farm stand since we bought these, we’ve come to a mutual understanding that a yellow car is a substitute for meter and dog is a substitute for farm stand).
How to make your own card by hand:
1. Decide if you want to use cardstock or white printer paper and laminate it. We went with white paper to laminate.
2. Set a card from the bunch on white paper and trace it. Then cut it out. If you are going to laminate it trim a tiny off so you will have an edge on the finished product.
3. Put the white paper in your bingo holder. Open all the little doors, trace the circles.
4. Remove the card and now you have your template. Add things in the little circles that your kids chose. Drawing them in or printed pictures seems good. Do this with as many things as you want. Make it as easy or hard as you want.
How to make your own card on the computer:
1. Open a blank Word document. Go under “View” and click the “Ruler box”. The holes are about 1 inch by 1 inch and round. So copy and paste or use clipart to put in pictures. Resize them to be a little smaller than 1 inch. We only have a black and white printer, so I found black and white images to color.
2. Do this with as many images as you want. You can do one card or multiple. We are doing one general one and one of car brands.
3. Set a Melissa and Doug card on white paper and trace it for the outline. Then cut it out. If you are going to laminate it trim a tiny off so you will have an edge on the finished product.
4. Put it in the wood bingo set. Trace circles where the windows are. Take it out. That’s where you want your images to go.
5. I chose to lightly tape them on, then photocopy it. Then I removed the images and mixed them up and did it again for the second card.
6. Color images in (or you could’ve printed them in color) and write with black pen the item.
7. Laminate and trim so it fits in the holder snug.
We were thinking of doing a license plate math one, so have plates that add up to various numbers, this would help my daughter with her fast addition. We are also going to do car brands and colors. Basically, you can do anything! I REALLY encourage Melissa and Doug to include a couple blank cards!
Based on that fact, I'd probably give it 4 stars, but here's the thing - when my son got bored, he started popping the little wooden blocks that cover the pictures - open and closed. They're on a little elastic type band, and so it's wood popping wood every time a door closes, and it can't tell you how quickly it tested my patience. It's perfectly fine when you're hearing it once every 2 or 3 minutes that someone finds something on their card, but when they are using them as play? It's very, very irritating. It might be less so if you have two children playing in the back of the car and you can drown it out as you drive, but I have only 1 child so I had to be able to hear him as we played, so that meant I could hear the snapping/popping sound.