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44 offers from product price
4.8 | 4,501 customer ratings
95% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Update** My son is now 15 months and actually plays with it.

Product is great! It has great sounds, music, and lights. It says colors, numbers, and shapes. The L & R “bumpers” are like switches and wheel things that click. There is sound adjustment so you can turn up the volume or keep it lower. I think this toy is awesome. And it looks just like an Xbox controller. The only thing is... my son doesn’t care for it haha. He still prefers to fight is to play with our controllers. The reason why we got this controller is so he can “play games with us” but he wants the one we’re playing with. Go figure haha. However, this toy is cute and great, and my son is just too clever lol.
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By Sarah M
Very cute toy for our little one! Teaches numbers, colors, letters, etc. and has real game sounds (or so my husband says!) Using real gaming cheat codes, you can unlock different sounds. My husband and I googled this and it took about 20 minutes to figure out the trick to getting the secret code to work: you have to hit each button slowly (letting the sound effect completely finish before hitting the next button)! Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A.
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By Kilikikina22
My 14 month old usually screams/fusses for any car ride- we purchased this knowing how much he likes to press buttons and how often he wants to play with daddy's video game controllers. I didn't expect for him to like it quite as much as he did, but husband just told me that once he bucked LO into the car he heard our kiddo playing with it for the ENTIRE 20 minute car ride (usually he throws his toys out of his car seat) and even whined when hubby had to take it away when they got to daycare.

10/10 would purchase for any new parent or for a kid's first birthday!
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By Joel Heiner
14 offers from product price
4.8 | 3,999 customer ratings
94% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I bought this for my 3 year old daughter who really likes puzzles and games.
The pictures are clear and very pretty, and they are printed on thick boards - like puzzles.
There are 2 different pairs of almost every Disney princess imaginable (excluding Elsa, Anna and Moana) and other minor characters from Disney movies.
My daughter loves this game, and plays with it almost every night. We change the level of difficulty depending on her state (hahaha). For example, when she is tired or distracted, we just use 4 pairs of cards at a time, but then maybe 11 or more pairs when she is playing well. There are enough pairs of cards in the set that even older children should find the game challenging.

All in all, a very satisfactory purchase!
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By MOMaholic
Great sturdy tiles! My 3yr old niece loves playing games with my dad, and the matching game is their favorite. She always manages to school him in the game. And she adores the Disney characters on each tile as well. Would definitely buy again.
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By Lisa F
My 4 and 6 year old love to play this game. There was an older version of this game at a beach condo we rented for a week, and the whole family liked to play so we decided to buy it. Just like the older version there are 72 thick cardboard characters, however this particular version my kids have figured out that if they look from the side of the card they can see the colors on the side that is facing down!! Makes it very easy to find the matches!! So instead of using their memory as intended, they look for the color. So because of this I have knocked off a couple stars.
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By sam
65 offers from product price
4.8 | 3,826 customer ratings
96% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
These cards are fantastic. My son is Autistic and loves Minecraft. He has been able to enjoy these cards not only by playing Uno, but also as a matching and sorting game. Would highly recommend
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By Tiffany
Fun way for my son to play a card game. He hasn't really been interested in cards but my family loves playing. The Minecraft aspect held his interest and he learned how to play UNO. It is just regular UNO with Minecraft pictures, except for the added "Creeper card" which is kind of cool.
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By Laura DeBoer
We like to play Uno as a family and my son is a huge Minecraft fan. When he saw these he shrieked. We've played several games today and he can't get enough of the art.

Cards are well made and feel sturdy. These will last us a good while.
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By Amanda
4.8 | 3,659 customer ratings
94% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Best. Game. Ever.
I have two daughters, one whom has Apraxia of speech and the other who is a beginning reader. The pictures ensure that my younger daughter (with Apraxia) can still independently play, while it encourages both my children to read aloud the object. This game requires no adult help, so my daughters will literally spend hours playing this game together. It is super sturdy game with thick, sturdy, double sided cardboard bingo cards and the text and pictures on the yellow “chips” have no scratching or fading from frequent overuse; we do have problems sticking the discarded yellow chips back in on one side of the Zingo machine if it’s not placed in the slot *just so*, but I’m sure it’s from an overzealous preschooler and not the manufacturer. This game is now my go-to gift for any birthday party we are invited to and my girls are always
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By Amazon Customer
My boys (4 & 6) love game night but my wife and I were tiring of Candyland. Zingo has been a great alternative. I would just recommend one change: have some Zingo cards with the actual numbers on them. I know they're trying to reinforce counting, but some of the objects on the card they are supposed to count are spaced too closely together and get confusing for little one to count. We just made our own cards with numbers to get around this.
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By Peace & Joy
When I read in the description that the game had 72 tiles, I assumed 72 different words; after all, it is marketed for children in pre-K to 1st grade. The description should mention that there are only 24 different words (three tiles per word).

The words included are as follows: AND, COME, FOR, HERE, MY, SAID, THE, THREE, WE, WHERE, ARE, HAVE, OUR, SHE, THERE, THEY, WENT, WHAT, WHO, ME, IN, TWO, NOW, WANT.
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By No No
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4.7 | 7,541 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
absolutely LOVE this set. the string is rubbery and won't frey, the princesses are very cute my 4 year old and 6 year old loved making necklaces.

only downside, long hair may get caught and pull around the rubberish string.
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By Lauren Palmer Meekins
I bought this for my 3 year old niece. At 3, she's already showing both a mind built for creativity and a passion for doing things HER way. Plus, she loves jewelry. This little toy set lets her express those budding traits and have fun in the process. She enjoys being able to mix and match different designs and even personalizes necklaces for those she gives as "gifts" (I put gifts in quotes, because her 'clientele' usually have to give them back after wearing them just a few minutes lol.
She just likes to see how they look on you and see your expression, giving her joy in having you appreciate her work).

I love that it brings out her creative side and hope that it never fades. I will be buying her other gifts like this in the future to make sure she doesn't lose that
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By Michael M.
My daughter gave this as a present for her friend's birthday. She loved it so so so much, she requested it a month later for her own birthday! It's a cute crafty necklace, but one semi large downfall is the way to take the necklace on and off also allows all of the beads to fall right off! I wish there was a way to tie it off. So when she took it off and dropped one end, every single bead fell off. I'm going to try to find some sort of stopper bead. No clue if this exists or not. But she loves the princesses and loved making them. The princesses were cute too.
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By M Hall
4.8 | 2,394 customer ratings
97% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I bought this game to add to our homeschool classroom. I felt we were missing something. I have 2 boys on the autism spectrum. How do I teach patience, to try something new, to accept failure and try again? What do I do about fear of failing? What do I do with a perfectionist who is afraid to try? How do I teach to master something takes much trial and error? How do I teach to lengthen attention span? This series of games does just that. The games starts very simple and to master it takes lots of practice and many mistakes. We had many meltdowns in the beginning. The games teach you to think a certain way and starting at the beginning and working your way through you start to figure it out. The games for us just didn’t entertain they helped me teach valuable life skills. We
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By homeschool mom of 4
My kids are 6 and 10 and they both LOVE this game. Even I enjoy it. My 10-year-old's occupational therapist introduced us to it as a way to help her learn to overcome frustration and solve puzzles. It has been a wild success. Both of my girls will sit and stare at the pieces and move them around and move them back until they get the solution. Particularly nice in my opinion is that the solutions are on the back of the cards, so if you do get really stumped, you can look at the answer. In our house, if you look at the answer, you have to start over and figure it out on your own after solving with the answer. I've found it helps with memory and perseverance. I highly recommend this game for kids and adults. There are three expansion packs you can also buy and you
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By Tara Ziegmont
I've had trouble finding logic games that my kids like. They tend to get frustrated with the puzzles before solving them, so I was torn between getting puzzles too easy for them so they can build up some confidence and puzzles that provide a challenge. Well now I think I just wasn't getting the right kind of puzzles. Both of my kids seem frustrated with the "fill the pieces in" kind of puzzles (Trucky for example). I wouldn't have purchased this, but my 8 year old son had played this at a Children's Museum a few times and before long, that was the first place he wanted to go when we arrived. I finally decided to purchase it for him but I was torn between this one and the Junior version since we have a 4 year old as well. I'm glad we got
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By Sarah Thornton
4.8 | 2,278 customer ratings
95% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I recently bought this for my 2 year old daughter, and she loves it! It's a great way to teach them their colors, how to sort and organize, how to stack the cups, the concept of patterns and sequence, and how to clean up! Haha. The cups come in a nice container to keep them organized and together. My daughter likes to stack the cups, which a great motor skill, and even at 2 she already understands the concept of sorting (thanks to this toy). The bright colors are eye catching and the fact that they're shaped like bears makes it more attractive and fun for my daughter since she likes teddy bears. I bought a separate product (pattern exercise cards) to go with my purchase, but you actually don't need to do that because they email you a pdf of some great pattern exercises! I wish I would have
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By Steven
I've had this saved in my cart for so long because I thought that for the price I could really assemble something like this myself... I'm so glad I made this purchase finally! It's much sturdier and visually appealing than anything I was coming up with in my trips to the dollar store. The colors are vibrant and the possibilities are endless. Color sorting, counting, games, stacking, cup tricks, role playing, patterns, etc. SO many things to do with this set. My son is 2.5 and is in love (and we've only had it for a day)
I definitely think it was worth the price ($21 I think I paid) for the convenience of not having to create this myself, the sturdiness, the storage container for the bears, and the amount of educational fun we've had already.
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By MamaBear
Great concept. I like the packaging, but I have two suggestions for improvement: 1. For this price it would be great if there was a form of storage/packaging to keep cups, dice, and bears ALL together. A nice container for the cups is included. And a plastic ziplock for the bears and dice... but nothing to store everythibg together as a set. 2. The plastic bears are slick. As in slippery to the touch. I was expecting the bears to be rubber or something easier to grip. I was hoping to add other games/skill exercises (such as sorting the bears with mini tongs so my little one could work on development of fine motor skills. This would be tough for even me as the plastic is sooo smooth/slick). The set is good for what is advertised for but they do slip through the fingers with ease, so “bear”
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By Amazon Customer
4 offers from product price
4.7 | 6,067 customer ratings
92% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I debated for a while between this set and some others that had working reels and line. Ultimately, since my kids are only 1 and 2, I decided on these for now, as I knew they'd be of better quality and durability for younger children. I think I made the right decision. My 2 (almost 3) year old enjoyed fishing for these in and out of the tub! My 1 year old just saw it as a weapon to hit his sister with, kind of as expected. I liked that the line is a good quality, fast dry fabric and not long enough to become wrapped around a child's neck. The fish are completely sealed so no concerns for mold growth. The magnets are strong enough for a quick connection every time. My daughter's been reeling in both directions and had no issues with the reel jamming or breaking yet.
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By Sherie
Bought this to go with my 3-year-old daughter's water table and was slightly disappointed that it doesn't actually reel in the toys. It does make a clicking sound as you rotate it to insinuate the realism of reeling in I suppose, but it would have been a nice feature. My daughter is also confused as to why there's a baby to fish. All 3 should be fish imo. Other than that, the magnets work and they're big enough to not be a potential choking hazard.
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By Mom Life in PNW
My son seems to enjoy this toy but I'm disappointed in the quality. The rod has screws and it's already rusty. We have only used it for 3 days.
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By Amy Lynn
4.8 | 2,214 customer ratings
94% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
We bought this for our 18-month old daughter. Admittedly, we were a bit early on buying this one, as she is not ready to understand the concept of a matching game. However, she has absolutely loved this game. For her, the game just consists of dumping all the tiles out onto the floor, then putting them all back in. If I say "Evie, want to play your matching game?", she responds with enthusiasm: "Match-eeeen!"

Part of the challenge of this game (beyond there being 36 pairs of tiles) is that many of the tiles contain some variation of Curious George; i.e. George doing different activities and in different costumes. That will make our children need to think hard to differentiate the tiles, which is good.

As others have said, the danger with these tiles is having our toddler chew them to pieces. But, they are sturdy enough to withstand a bit of
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By Mike Earl
My 3 yr old has always loved dinosaurs and recently has gotten into matching games. So it's not a surprise that he absolutely adores this game. There are lots of game pieces so we play with a subset of the matches. The price was very reasonable and it even glows in the dark which he thinks is cool. However since the game pieces spend most of their time in a dark box they aren't ready to glow right away and need to sit out in the light at first. But still, great game and great value.
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By The Mad Hatter
I love that there is a good variety. I HATE the fact that there is so many dang cards! Of course, you don't have to set up the entire box, but just a 10 or so at a time, but still. My daughter wanted them all out, she's not 4 yet, and of course she wants them all out. Unfortunately, she got some of the cards wet, and the pictures came off. Letting them all dry, and hoping I can glue them back on. This was a great purchase and good price. I would definitely buy again.
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By Jessica
4.7 | 5,339 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Love this product. It says 18+ months but it was fun for both of my kids (11 months and 3). It’s meant to help with fine motor skills. The spikes are rubber with different colors and you can put them in and take them out of the holes in the hedgehog. The best part is that when they’re done playing the hedgehog opens and you can store all the spikes in there so they don’t get lost. Definitely recommend this product #learningresources
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By Tony Wexler
This is a great toy! My 4.5yr old, 18 mo old, and 11 mo old grandchildren all played with it in different ways. The oldest made color patterns, the middle did the expected fitting in and pulling out of the holes, and the youngest was able to pull them out and grab the 'quills.' When done the pieces fit inside making it easy to store. I love Learning Resources toys they are well made and thoughtfully designed.
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By AGR710
I bought this on a whim because I was looking for another toy by Learning Resources, which I think they must have discontinued. My baby was 6 months at the time and she loved it immediately...now almost a year and it's still a favorite. I don't know what makes it so attractive but any baby who comes over wants to play with it and becomes obsessed with the pegs/quills?, carrying them around. I like that they fit it for neat storage/easy travel and the pegs are numbered so babies can learn numbers as well as colors and work on their fine motor skills putting the pegs in the holes. Highly recommend!! And if they ever bring back that Learning Resources heart box of chocolates that puzzle piece together, buy it!
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By CinNYC
1 offer from product price
4.7 | 3,653 customer ratings
97% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
My 7 yr old was recently diagnosed with ADHD and has no short term memory to speak of. We purchased this game as a way to strengthen her memory. It is simple to play and entertaining. It takes the old concept of "concentration" to a new level. Easy enough for my 7 yr old but engaging enough that we don't dread playing it with her. Even my 12 yr old enjoys a quick game. Games are short (maybe 15 min) enough to not become boring or lose her attention but long enough for her to have a blast at. I am looking forward to purchasing more of these games.
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By leuckygirl
This is a great toddler and preschool game (perhaps even a bit older). It is a twist on the standard Memory games; all the tiles are laid out on the ground, as in the traditional version (face down), however, you are not trying to make a match, but rather, find all the items from your shopping list and remember where your items are if another player turns one of your tiles/items over during their turn. The game is more challenging for the child when three or four players are involved, rather than a two-player game, but it is fun no matter what. It has been a favorite in our house for a few years. The cards and tiles are sturdy, so even after lots of play, our set has held up nicely.
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By MwFla
Contains four shopping carts, four shopping lists, and 32 item cards.

The item cards depict: oranges, peppers, loaf of bread, bacon (different cut), apple juice, pasta, washing powder (laundry detergent), socks, strawberries, aubergines (eggplant), cheese (holey so most likely Swiss), frozen pizza, stir-fry sauce, water, toilet paper, teddy (stuffed toy), bananas, tomatoes, milk, chicken, baked beans, sweets (candy?), toothpaste, music CD, apples, carrots, eggs, soup, tinned tuna (canned tuna), cereal, bubble bath, and magazine.

Pros: Contains a lot of items. Game is simple to understand and play. I can use the tiles for a lot of educational purposes that have nothing to do with the game.

Cons: The names of some items are different in the USA from the UK. I thought the selection of items was a tad odd. No common staples like butter, yogurt, or peanut butter etc.

Overall, I really wanted all those wonderful item tiles to use
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By ScotFlower
4.7 | 3,616 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
So I'm 23, and a graduate student of philosophy. I wanted to buy this cheap looking puzzle as a gift for my nephews. BUT, this is an absolutely fabulous game, I fell in love with it in minutes, completing the puzzles (especially 3-d ones) give an immense pleasure, and the very top level puzzles are not easy at all! I cannot imagine anyone, from an infant to a senior, not being glad for having a Kanoodle! And my first impression is that it would definitely improve the mental skills of young children.
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By Amazon Customer
There are 12 game pieces (noodles). The booklet provides 6 levels for the 2D puzzles. Level 1 shows the placements of 11, and the player completes the puzzle by putting in the last one. Level 2 shows the placements of 10, and the player puts in the remaining two, and so on up to level 6 where the player is challenged to fill in with the last 6 noodles.

Often the player may skip the lower level puzzles because they are too easy resulting with (much) fewer puzzles for the player to play with. Just remember this is not an "app game". You have total control to NOT preload as many noodles as suggested in the booklet. For example Level 1 suggests pre-positioning 11 noodles. You can turn it into a level 6 puzzle by only putting down 6 on the game board.
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By shu lin
I bought this for our 9 year old. He enjoys it, and so have his siblings. They are finding it addictive and don't want to stop solving the puzzles. I've been amazed at how good my 6 year old is with these puzzles. I have really been able to see how spatially gifted (or not) my individual children are with this toy. I highly recommend it.
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By Mom of 6 Kiddos
4.7 | 3,343 customer ratings
92% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Wonderful game. In the beginning we were confused and were not sure how to play. This is one of those games that you actually have to read the instructions to understand how the game works - it isn't a pick it up and figure out the rules on your own kind of game.

Once we actually read the instructions, it is so much fun. My 2 year old loves this game and understands the rules with no problem. These cards are printed with so much detail and the Disney theme is such a perk! I feel many of the negative reviews I read are because people dont know how to play and did not read the rules - ex. You are NOT going to find each item on each card - that's not the point of the game. We have played this with many of our
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By Stephanie
Based on all the great reviews, I thought this would be a 'can't miss' kind of game. Sadly, it seems to have missed in our household. There are a few major flaws with this game that unfortunately I didn't see discussed in any of the reviews I read.

Here's the premise of the game: Everyone takes turns spinning the spinner. It either a) tells you how many spaces to move, b) has you remove a food from the pigs' picnic blanket (if all the food is removed the game is over) or c) has you turn over a Goldbug Card. Each Goldbug card has a picture and corresponding word on it (ex: barrels, flags, cones, numbers, etc). You have a minute to find as many of that item on the game board as possible. When the minute is over, everyone moves forward based on how
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By cree
What a terrible disappointment. My kids and I LOVE busytown so I bought this version thinking it’d be even better with the Disney theme. Boy was I wrong. The game board has way too many spaces so the game takes a long time to successfully complete before the time runs out and the clock strikes midnight. So we’ve still have never won this game. Also, the pictures on the game board are insanely tiny. Minuscule. It loses the fun when we’re all looking an inch away from the board to try to decipher the tiny pictures. Save your money. Don’t buy this game and buy Busytown! Busytown is fantastic, fast paced and fun for all ages. And the drawings are great.
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By Megan C
4.8 | 1,555 customer ratings
96% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I purchased the spelling puzzle word set to help my 2 year old start reading since he knows words and the alphabet. I was worried because he hates sitting down and reading, he's more of a hands on building tracks and putting things together, but this peaked his interest. This was the perfect way to help him learn that letters make up words. When the box arrived, some letter puzzles were already put together, some apart due to shipping. I wasn't bothered by it because it took less than 5 min to put letters together. You get 10 4-letter puzzles and 10 3-letter puzzles. Overall great buy!
BOAT, KITE, CAKE, TREE, SHOE, SOCK, RING, BIRD, FROG, DUCK
BUG, CAT, COW, PIG, PIE, FOX, CAR, BUS, KEY, DOG
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By Wendy
My specialty is in Early Childhood Education, I've been in the field for 8+ years. I am also a mother. These experiences have developed my ability to see high quality children's materials. As an educator and a parent I understand what will work for a young child's growing development and curiosity. My reviews are based on products durability, safety, and how it fosters a child developmentally.
Pros:
- This is a well made product with nice images and colors.
- Made with a heavy duty cardboard.
- Nice size puzzle for little hands.
- Easy to get pieces together.
- Great starter puzzle for beginning letter recognition.
- A toy that grows with your child.

Noted Drawbacks:
- None.
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By M.Mae.
I love the concept of these jigsaw puzzles in terms of teaching a kid how to do puzzles and spell at the same time. We got this for our 2 year old that loves puzzles and letters, so it was a win win for us. He loved them so much that we had to take in a couple of the puzzles to daycare to help sooth him when he was having a rough days. All the puzzles are either 3 or 4 letter words and are pretty easy to put together. The puzzles themselves are pretty sturdy, but not too stiff that it makes it hard to put them together. The words spelled out in these puzzles are popular words that toddlers can easily recognize the pictures of like dog, cat, pie, bird, bug, tree, which is perfect for helping them connect the dots of how to spell there favorite
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By Kristy McRoberts
4.7 | 2,011 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
These are truly quality building pieces. My 4 1/2 y.o. grandson and I spent several hours building with these. He loved what we built and wanted to make more. My only criticism is that there are not packs of some of the more needed pieces. After we built a few vehicles, my grandson didn't want to dismantle the ones we made. We had MANY strip pieces left to build more but we were out of block pieces and screws. I would like to be able to buy packs of screws and blocks so I could use ALL the pieces included. I looked everywhere to buy more parts only to find there are only two pack to be had...the one I bought with 163 pieces or one with 101 pieces. Company needs to either include more block pieces and screws or sell them in
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By goodtwin
No instructions supplied for the "42 ways to use this set". The child was really disappointed in lack of instructions. He was not interested in the beginner car demonstrated but rather wanted an airplane off the sheet, yet no instructions for him to do it himself. Toys like these are meant to keep kids occupied without active help from the parent. Stating it is appropriate for a three year old is a stretch. Cost too much as is.
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By AlinaVIPG
This is an engaging toy that wins on so many fronts but alas, they blew it. I wonder if perhaps this toy was down-sized from its original and no one bothered to re-engineer it once scaled down. For the pictured projects, only some of which there are enough parts to construct, pieces interfere with other pieces so they cannot go together or the wheels turn in the configurations shown. My kiddo can still put pieces together in ways that satisfy his desire to build but we will pitch the instructions to spare him frustration and disappointment.
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By realkaren
4.6 | 5,141 customer ratings
91% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
My 10 year old son is obsessed with this game. He loves figuring out each maze. It makes him use problem solving skills and logic. This is a great toy for an only child whose parents can't entertain the child every minute. He choses this over video games! Now that is saying something.
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By Amy P.
I used to really be a sucker for any of the puzzle games like Rush Hour and the like. Logic puzzle types of games that would gradually increase in difficulty and be something all (or most) of the kids could work with to just force them to think differently.

But we were forever losing pieces and I just don't have any of them left any more.

Laser Maze is a puzzle like that, only since it is more "game-like" as far as size, I think we'll have an easier time keeping track of it. The basic idea is that you have various pieces with mirrors and angles, and one piece that emits a laser-light. The cards tell you where you must place various pieces (and sometimes exactly what direction the piece must be in, sometimes you have to figure out the direction to face it), and you set those
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By Debra Brinkman
Before I start, I want to say my three-star rating is not necessarily advice to avoid this product.

The concept is terrific. It presents challenges both in logic, and basic electronic circuitry, at the same time. The challenges become increasingly difficult. Do not think that this is easy kids' stuff. I have puzzled over at least one of them for 45 minutes or more. The challenges are not just about figuring out the circuitry--how to get electricity to flow to where it is needed, how to set up both parallel and series circuits--but also about spatial relationships. You must use all of the pieces specified, and you must not have any loose ends. So in many cases, it is possible to come up with a solution easily, but you don't use all of the pieces, or you have a loose end. Then you have to tinker and experiment and (if you're
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By Dim Dandy
1 offer from product price
4.7 | 1,817 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I had this item in my cart for a couple weeks and finally ordered it, and I’m glad I did. It’s a fun new game our family can play now. It’s the perfect mix between the game slap jack and war. My 5 year old is learning her higher numbers so it’s also helping her that way. My 3 year old just loves the concept of it all. The packaging was nice, arrived on time, very good quality too. That’s something I always look for when having toddlers! I believe this game is good for everyone over the age of 4, but like I said, my 3 year old loves the concept of it and can play it too. We just have to tell her who has the higher card. Definitely recommend this game if you’re looking for a fun new game to add to family game night. What’s also
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By Amazon Customer
I bought these to work with my husband who has Alzheimer's. He did quite well using this aid. Unfortunately he has taken the cards and they have disappeared. Haven't found them so not sure if there really hidden or found there way to the trash. I will try to get another set since his language skills have suffered and he did well with these cards.
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By Beth Ann Blackburn
I purchased this deck of cards as part of my 7 year old grandson's Christmas. Like me, he is a game freak. Any card game or board game will do. This is similar to the old 'slap jack' game we use to play as kids with a regular deck of cards. It's fun to play and doesn't take all day to do it so it keeps his attention and doesn't get bored with it.

Nice game to add to his collection.
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By Debbie Elledge
4.7 | 1,801 customer ratings
92% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Grandson can play this with his friends face to face and not online.
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By Nancy Click
The size of the blogs are just like the original, Jenga, but the are printed and of theme of fortnite. This is a gift that’s why it’s not unwrapped, but the product was not damaged, you are able to insert some characters onto the jenga blocks.
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By aleb90
Product is fine but amazon put it in a bubble mailer so the box is smashed. Doesn’t look good as a gift for someone.
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By Christine
4.6 | 2,883 customer ratings
90% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I bought this game as a family game for my boys. We are a family of five, with the oldest who is 15 and the youngest is 6 years old. All of us find it very entertaining, even us adults. The game is stimulating and we always find words combinations that are silly and funny. My main concern was the level of appropriateness. I simply remove some cards based on the crowd playing with the game. We adults enjoy it too. One of my sons are very shy by nature and seeing him come out of his shell as he is playing with his friend, makes it worth it. As a mom, seeing your family laughing and interacting with one another is priceless!
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By Jessica T.
If you have any sort of humor in your blood, this is the family game for you. We ordered this game before we left for spring break so we could play when we needed a break from the beach/pool. It did not disappoint in the least. My kids, along with my nieces and nephews (ranging from 6-16) were laughing uncontrollably the entire time. The phrase possibilities are as creative and funny as you can make them. I think my 8 year old had the best time. He literally said the next morning after our first night of playing that his stomach was sore. If you’re one of those parents who get offended easy...you should definitely get this game and learn to loosen up a bit. We need to be able to laugh especially nowadays. And if we can’t do that with our kids, then who can you do that with.
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By Chris
I have never played the original cards against humanity game... but if it is anything like this I will have to get it for the grown up game nights. This is kid friendly and was actually fun, funny, and thought provoking. The kids enjoyed it and we had some good laughs.
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By DesrosiersFamily
4.7 | 1,476 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
This was a gift to my 2 year old son from his grandparents. It is a simple little game with bright colors and a fun block ball to throw. The cards come in six categories-emotions, counting, body parts, colors, animal sounds and actions. My son enjoys all of them except the colors category-I think he finds it boring.
To play, the child throws the block and then you find a card with the corresponding color and do what the card says. For example, "Make a surprised face." "Pat your head 7 times." or "Moo like a cow. "
It lasts about 10-15 minutes with my child and then he finds something else to catch his attention. I think that is pretty good at this age. He will also find the block and bring it to me, wanting to play the game so I know he enjoys
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By Sara Capasso
I can't say enough about this game. Santa brought it for my autistic 3 year old son, in the hopes that it would be simple enough for him to attend to. It's PERFECT. He's extremely smart, but doesn't really play appropriately...until now! It's the first game that he could understand, follow the instructions, and tolerate turn-taking. The commands are simple enough for him to do (he needed some guidance the first time through a few of the cards, like "make a silly face", which doesn't come naturally for him), and now he knows what the cards say. It has been a confidence booster for him (and me, too!) and we're now seeking out other similar games.
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By M&MsMom
We tried this when my son was 19 or 20 months, and he was SO EXCITED. A little TOO excited, it turned out, because he couldn't keep his hands off of ALL the cards. We did our best and then put it up, deciding we'd try again later. A few weeks later, he saw the cube in the closet and started asking to play. "Game? Game? Please?" So we got it out and had a BLAST as a family. We played by taking turns rolling the die and then handing our son the appropriate card to 'read' for us. Then we'd all do the action on the card together. It was so much fun! I didn't give the game 5 stars just because I think the die is weighted funny so that rolling is uneven and come colors seldom
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By CJRex