Noodleboro Pizza Palace Listening Game
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- Noodleboro games let you nurture kids' social skills naturally through multi-sensory play that leaves everyone laughing
- Meet the Noodleboro kids and reinforce listening with songs, stories and tips found in the companion book and CD
- That's why in this game its important for kids to listen and pay attention to orders before heading into the kitchen
- Read the book to see how things go wrong when Avery doesn't listen and does things his way - 3 ways to reinforce social skills
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Book for storytime: Chef Listentino stubbed his toe and needs to rest. Avery and Earnest offer to run the pizza shop for him. Read the book to see how things go wrong when Avery doesn?t listen and does things his way.
Audio CD for anytime: Play the CD to get kids laughing, singing and sharing with a story and silly songs form Noodleboro's all-kid radio station!
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The concept is simple and straightforward. You can give your kids little plastic pizzas and then you have a deck of cards that you can draw from to pick your toppings for the pizza. Depending on the age of your child, you can pick as many or as few of toppings as you feel they can remember. The toppings you can choose from can be the traditional pizza toppings, but they can also be silly toppings (like a shoe) which is a surefire way to get your children giggling.
For the game, you show your child the cards you have drawn and then you flip them back over so they can't see them. This is when they look through their box of toppings and find the toppings that you requested and have to remember what you said you wanted for toppings. Listening skills are the focus of the game so you are trying to see if they listened well enough to remember your topping requests.
There are other elements tucked into the game like a story that shows what can go wrong in a pizza palace if people don't listen. There is also an audio disc that the children can listen to and build on the listening skills focus.
This game is geared towards children between the ages of three to six years old.
Whenever we play it we always have lots of laughs as they find it silly I want a stinky sock, soccer ball and hat on my pizza!
Whever I ask if anyone wants to play Pizza Pizza (that's what we call it) all I ever hear is two kids yelling I DO!!
This is one game I would recommend to others and because my kids enjoy it so much I'm thinking of getting the other ones for Christmas.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Such a cool game. Little kids laugh insanely at the absurd toppings you can put on the pizza. Super fun.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
My kids LOVE the book on cd with songs and story, much less the fun pizza creating game. Even though it is very imaginative and even silly, there are true listening skills being... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
It's ok, but wish it had more realistic pizza toppings. But my students think it's fun.Published 21 months ago by justMe
Great game although there are way too many pieces to keep up with. My 7 year old loves to play this game.Published on April 6, 2014 by Angela
I have a 4 year old son who is what you would traditionally call "gifted." He has a very high IQ, but with his incredible brightness can come some social issues as a result. Read morePublished on November 2, 2013 by Stephanie Tait
Board game, works fine. A bit pricey for what it is. There's really nothing special about it. I'd recommend something else that is more engaging for kids.Published on May 2, 2013 by Debbie Janes