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Zobmondo Entertainment The Ladybug Game
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- Adorable graphics, easy play and no reading required make this award winner a perfect first board game.
- Interactive play stimulates learning and fun, with four ladybugs embarking on a different adventure every time.
- The winner is the first ladybug to find her or his way home.
- Recommended for ages 3 and older
- Invented by a kid for kids.
- Introduction to math concepts.
- Two to four players
- A game created by a 6 year old while in 1st grade
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Kids will fall in love with the characters and memorize the story of the Ladybug Adventure as they learn to count and read. The Ladybug Game uses a clever combination of colors, numbers, words and symbols to help even the youngest kids catch on quickly. Soon they will be playing on their own, again and again, as they encounter all the adventures, challenges and characters in the garden, including the Praying Mantis, the Aphids, and the three Lazy Ants. The Ladybug Game is positively adorable with its beautiful artwork. Kids will even learn a little about the bugs in their garden.
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|Item Dimensions||1.9 x 10.5 x 10.5 in||9 x 13 x 2 in||10.75 x 10.75 x 2 in||0.59 x 4.8 x 3.5 in||10.5 x 12.5 x 2 in||7.32 x 7 x 6.7 in|
|Item Weight||1.06 lbs||0.75 lb||6.4 ounces||1.5 lbs||0.91 lb||1.1 lbs|
Top customer reviews
I bought this as a first game for my 3 year old. He finally has some what of an attention span and has interest in playing games/doing puzzles. He does very well except if you play by the rules, you have to keep looping in a circle until you collect enough aphids. This really annoys him because he doesnt really understand and gets confused ehich spaces to count for his turn. He is very independant and wants to figure it out all by himself but just gets frustrated. I was kind of sticking to the rules because i figured if I just let him pass, it will be harder to re-teach the rules when ready.