eeBoo Playing Cards - Color Go Fish
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- Great game for kids learning to count
- Deck includes 44 fish-shaped playing cards
- Game play instructions included
- Artwork was created by top children's book illustrators
- For ages 5 years and up
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
They should just use red , blue ,green, brown etc.
Not café au lait ,turquoise ,lavander, buttercup ,apricot ,chartreuse ,jade , indigo , eggplant , etc.
I do not know any 3 year olds that can read these colors!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The fish shape is cute.
The card that gets closest to appropriate for a 5 year old is the red card, but instead of just being called a red card, it's called "warm red". The tan card is called "Cafe au lait" (I knew people in college who couldn't pronounce that correctly), a lime green is called "Chartreuse", a dark green called "Jade".
The esoteric names and colors seemed to overwhelm the kids. Even though these cards are brightly colored and made in fun shapes, the kids still prefer playing Go Fish on a regular deck of cards.
Rating of 3 stars due to the fact that the kids seem to like the cards... they don't play Go Fish with them, but they incorporate the cards into the other games they play.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this game. Teaching my 5 year old. Colors make the game easy to play with younger kids. The color names on the card area but sophisticated but we just made up more simple... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Melissa Bowie
I agree with other reviewers that the color names aren't "preschool-age friendly". My kids learned them pretty quickly, but, really, "chartreuse"? Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Bloomfield
The concept of this game is great, the execution is poor. I have a 3 and 4 year old, they have not perfected identifying numbers, so I purchased this in the hopes that they'd be... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I bought these to play with my grandchildren, they are just like the old ones!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I love the choice of color names; my 5 year old knows turquoise, lavender, buttercup, café au lait, chartreuse, indigo, warm red, hot pink, eggplant, apricot, and jade! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ramona Larson
The quality of the paper is good and the size is easy for children to hold. The choice of colors is strange and even stranger are the names of the colors. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Karen L