Ravensburger Colorama - Children's Game
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- 1-6 players
- Playing time: 20 minutes
- Contents: 40 game pieces, 1 color die, 1 shape die, instructions
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Color & shape matching game for preschoolers ages 3 and up!
Can you find the matching space for every shape and color?
Can you find a matching space for every shape and color? Roll the color and shape die, find the matching piece and place it on the game board! The game is over when each piece has found its matching space and the board is full of vibrant shapes and colors! Four different levels of game play allow children of all ages and abilities to enjoy this exciting color challenge. Colorama is a non-competitive matching game that is part of Ravensburger's Imagine - Play - Discover collection featuring brightly colored playing pieces in various shapes, a colorful game board and wooden dice.
Discovering Colors and Shapes!
Colorama is an early learning, no-reading game designed to introduce preschoolers to basic board game rules, such as turn-taking, patience, dice-rolling and piece movement as well as colors and shapes. The game includes four different play variations, allowing children of all ages and abilities to recognize and discover different shapes, such as circle, square, triangle, hexagon, and trapezoid and basic colors in a playful environment. Young preschoolers practice matching skills, hand-eye coordination, deductive reasoning and identification.
Bright Artwork and Bold Designs Engage Children
Colorama is part of Ravensburger's Imagine - Play - Discover line of games for early learning. Like the other games in the collection, Colorama features bright artwork and bold callouts to engage young players and hold their attention. The colorful playing pieces in various shapes provide a tactile appeal and the four different skill levels allow children of various ages and learning abilities to enjoy playing together.
What's In The Box?
1 game board, 40 game pieces (4 colors: red, blue, green, yellow & 5 shapes: circle, square, triangle, hexagon, trapezoid), 1 wooden color die, 1 wooden shape die, 1 set of detailed instructions.
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Top Customer Reviews
Then a friend with a boy about the same age recommended Colorama, and wow it has been total perfection. My little boy loves to play this game and it has taught him about dice-rolling and taking turns and even some strategy.
Although my boy already knew his colors and shapes before playing this game, I do think this game would be good for teaching/reinforcing those concepts.
The quality of the bits and the box and the board are all excellent, far surpassing the mass-market junkier preschool games you commonly find at big-box store toy aisles. The concept is great too, as it allows for a couple of different variations and you can choose the simplest one for the littler children.
This is a very very simple game and I don't expect interest in it to remain high forever, but it is really just an excellent introduction to basic gaming concepts and I look forward to what comes next. A+.
Level 1 is perfect for my 2 1/2 year old. She just doesn't have the attention or ability to grasp a competitive game yet. Levels 3 and 4 are mildly amusing to my 5 year old, he will play a game or two with me sometimes, but this game is really best suited to 2-4 year olds. It's a nice game, I'm looking forward to playing it more often when my daughter is 3 and 4.
Editing to add that my son, who is just about 6 now, took a big interest in this game over the weekend. We had some guests visiting and he brought Colorama out and played it for 3 days straight. He is old enough to catch the excitement of how difficult it is to roll the right combination on the dice to remove or add the last few pieces on the game board. While I probably wouldn't buy it for a first grader, I see this game is going to interest my kids for a lot longer than I thought!
I wish the shapes included rectangles and octagons instead of trapaziods and hexagons -- children learn the former first, as those are street sign shapes. Also, instead of the clown why not four colors? And, to prevent confusion by children that are learning to sort by two attributes, make the color the entire side of the die, not a circle of color the same size as the circle shape die. Lager dice, each contained in a die " popper" like the "trouble" game would be cool and prevent wild throws.
I use the game to help children sort , match, and identify colors and shapes as well as to learn to take turns.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a wonderful game for young children. My daughter is 3 and has been having lots of fun playing this with myself, her dad and my parents. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jess L.
This is my 2 1/2-year-old's first board game, and she loves it! She comes up with different ways to play it, regardless of the instructions. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Heather
My kids love this game. While I doubt we play by the actual rules with a preschooler learning shapes and colors there are so many different things we can do with this game... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Margaret C.
Warning: this is a VERY basic game for VERY young children. I would not buy this for any child over 2 (yes, TWO) years old. Read morePublished 8 months ago by mofo83
Fantastic game. This is my daughter's first board game. She loves it and played many times. Mastered the levels and almost done with it.Published 11 months ago by Niranjani Kumaran
Got this game as a game my 2 year old could play with while I played board games with the older children. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amazon Addict