EII3405

Educational Insights The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game

Theme/Subject: Animal - Skill Learning: Eye-hand Coordination, Sorting, Matching, Strategic Thinking, Fine Motor, Handwriting

Reg. Price $24.99

Our Price $20.64 Each

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Comprehensive design develops matching skills, strategic thinking and more
Fun configuration offers practice for memory and attention skills
Quick format can be played continuously in short time with easy setup
Recommended for children ages 3 and up
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SKU
EII3405
Manufacturer
Educational Insights
Manufacturer Part Number
3405
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Product Type
Learning Game
Skill Learning
Eye-hand Coordination
Theme/Subject
Animal
Choking Hazard Balloon
No
Choking Hazard
Yes
Package Contents
  • Set of Squirrel Squeezers
  • 20 x Colored Acorns
  • Game Spinner
  • Game Board

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Educational Insights The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

great game for a group og children

By cinderbella

from hampshire UK

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Pros

  • Entertaining

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Children

    Comments about Educational Insights The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game:

    Once shown the children can easily play this game unsupervised

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Great game for young and old!

    By RaspberryGiggle

    from UK

    About Me Parent

    Pros

    • Easy To Play
    • Educational
    • Fun
    • Fun For Whole Family
    • Great quality
    • Helps With Colours
    • Very Strong

    Cons

    • Expensive

    Best Uses

    • Children
    • Family

    Comments about Educational Insights The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game:

    The aim of the game is simple – spin the spinner and collect the coloured acorns. The first player to collect all 5 of their acorns wins! As well as having colours on the spinner there are also special squares which could mean you get to pick up more acorns or lose those you have already collected.
    The game is aimed at children aged 3-7 and I would agree with this age range. I would say though that younger children may struggle to pick up the acorns with the squirrel as it is quite large and the acorns are quite small and fiddly to get into the logs. 2-4 players can play at any one time.
    In the box you get 20 coloured acorns, 4 logs, the spinner and a squirrel which you use like tweezers to pick up the acorns. The bottom half of the box is the 'tree' where you put the acorns which I thought was a great idea as it means they are not going all over the floor/underneath furniture!
    I do think the price is on the high side for a board game of this simplicity, however, the pieces provided are great quality, even the box is very strong and has lovely pictures on. It is certainly much better quality than other board games on the market and this is reflected in the price.
    The game teaches colour matching and fine motor skills together with teaching your child about turn taking and sharing.
    We were sent this game free of charge for the purpose of review.

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