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Top rated products in Toys & Games

4.9 | 6,365 customer ratings
97% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
They loved it when visiting & asked to take them home. 💕👵🏻
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By Di126
I've played with these a few times, and so far, it's a good set. The cards feel nice, they aren't sticking together, and they don't bend easily (if you're not trying to bend them, of course). There is no card tray, so if that will be a problem, get one. There are some blank cards so you can make up your own, and they include some suggestions that I can see either being fun or, at least, entertaining to those watching. I haven't created my own cards yet, but I think any permanent marker should work fine.
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By L-Knight
Way too much plastic inside. This product could be so much smaller and more portable but they decided to add this gigantic plastic insert. I like pack Uno with me when I travel and was looking for a substitute for the cardboard box that fell apart quickly. Looks like ill have to make my own
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By R. J. Schmidt
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4.9 | 5,515 customer ratings
97% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
My husband and I are senior citizens. I wish I could buy by the 6 pack as we go through these over time. We play every other day and it's so much fun. Of course, there i some random luck involved, but there is strategy in how you manage your piles and judging when to play and when to hold back. I love that two people can play (not true with many games) and we travel with this and play in doctor's offices and in airports.
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By KT
This is an amazing addition to our game collection! We have over 25 board and card games to supplement our homeschooling efforts. This one was recommended by a friend whose kids love the game. My son is 6 and this is an awesome way for him to practice numeracy! I still help him a lot with the overall game, but he asks for this very often and its especially nice that a lost card or two will not really affect play. I would recommend this very highly to any family, but especially to homeschooling families who use play as learning.
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By Mama Bird
We LOVE Skip-Bo in our house. It is really fun and easy, plus it is adaptable. Almost any number of people can play.

Why is it missing two stars? Because this is the new version and the card appearances are confusing. I don't know why they changed the back of the cards from the classic look, but the backs of the cards (which all say "skip-bo") look remarkably similar to the front of the "skip-bo" wild card. If you look at the picture, you can see that the card under the "12" is the "skip-bo" wild card, and it looks too different from the numbered cards so it often gets confused for a card that has been accidentally turned over. I would say this is a minor complaint, but EVERY SINGLE PERSON who has played with us has struggled with this aspect of the game.
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By Sarah
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4.8 | 8,887 customer ratings
96% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I admit I wasn't particularly excited when I saw the initial reviews and playthroughs of this game. The name/theme make it sound like a hidden role type of game a la The Resistance, but that's really not what it is. The theme is spy-based, sure, but only to make this more interesting than a generic word game. Nothing about it besides the artwork makes you feel like you're playing as or against a spy.

What this game IS, however, is a very solid word game with a little bit of deduction, press your luck, and "party" thrown in.

In short, the game plays like this: two teams, each with a clue-giver (spymaster) and one or more guessers. On the table are 25 random words. Each spymaster is trying to give their team one-word clues that help them relate one or more of the words on the table together (without saying the actual
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By ultraconsumer
This review is specifically for those thinking of playing it as a two player game. Codenames is a clue giving and partner solving game where the clue giver will say a word and a number. For example: animal, three. Laid out will be twenty five cards with secret agent codenames written on them. In my example I am indicating that there are three codenames related to the word animal. Hopefully my partner will guess which three cards/codenames they are. 12 of the cards/codenames are designated for the red team. 12 for the blue. And 1 for the assassin. If your partner picks the card that is associated with the assassin the game ends immediately. In a two player game there is no other team. So you and your partner pick which team you will be (blue or red). You then get 8 turns to try and "beat" the game. To
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By Buffy
We are gamers, I own almost 100 games. I was excited to try this game due to the high rating. It was an epic fail. First you have to try to give clues that are only for your group of cards and none of the other teams. You give a one word clue that is suppose to relate to one or more cards (only you know which ones) and your partner better have the same thought train. The guessers complained we took too long between giving clues UNTIL the next game when they became the clue givers and saw it wasn’t easy. This is not a fun light hearted game and I doubt young children could play at all.
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By Page
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4.8 | 7,998 customer ratings
95% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Beware! Don't try this unless you plan on getting addicted. Your life will forever be altered. You'll find yourself begging strangers to come over to play. Watching youtube videos to improve your game, bribing your children.
Your spouse will become a tricky, sneaky person you hardly recognize. While you will plot ways to take over.
Side effects include: less tv watching, more under the table kicking, spontaneous manical laughter, snacking while plotting the demise of your friends and family. Best fun you've had in hours!
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By Katie & Tyler's Mommy
Absolutely do not purchase from a third party seller. Ever.

I purchased two copies. One from Amazon and one from a third party. The copy from a third party was seven dollars cheaper. That's because it's a pirated and thoroughly illegal copy.

And man what a copy it is. Almost perfect. But look at the photographs attached (pirate copy on the right) and you will see misspellings all over the back of the box like 'strart by revealing Catan's' and 'No two games ard the same.' The colors are slightly different. The pirated copy contained twice as many orange road pieces as it was supposed to and was missing a white road. Additionally, the pieces were rough.

Outside of that the pirated copy contained stickers, promotional material, the works! Very deceptive.
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By N'Tucky Mnkey
This is the base game. I can't emphasize that enough. This review will only handle the base game, minus expansions.

LEARNING CURVE: This game is extraordinarily simple and straightforward to learn. Played once through, it makes plenty of sense and opens doors to more complex rules and gameplay.

GAME SPEED: 1-2 hours for 4 players. Game moves briskly but with obvious early-, mid-, and end-game stages that each have their own strategies and approaches. Game easily resumed from a paused state if you take a break.

GAMEPLAY OVERALL: Catan is satisfying to play, even more satisfying to win. As a game best played with a poker face and a good set of bluffing skills, Catan rewards long-term foresight and strategies more than rushed or brute-forced gameplay techniques. Catan can become repetitive IF and ONLY IF you refuse to play randomly. I highly
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By RiddlePilotNate
4.8 | 5,016 customer ratings
95% 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
4.8 | 4,756 customer ratings
95% 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
4.8 | 2,571 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
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4.7 | 7,784 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 | 2,071 customer ratings
94% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
My four year old LOVES this game. It's a standard "memory" matching game, nothing new or special about it from that point of view. But she watches the show a lot, so she knows all the characters and vehicles. The set comes with a LOT of pairs, enough that it takes the two of us 15-20 minutes of flipping cards to complete the game. But then again, I'm old and can't remember what I had for breakfast, so there's that. My daughter regularly beats me even when I'm really trying.

The cards are thick cardboard, well made and colorful. Highly recommended as a cheap, simple form of entertainment with your kid.
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By Erich
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
4.8 | 1,735 customer ratings
95% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Long Story short: This game is absolutely wonderful! This (according to many board game review sites) is set to be the top game of 2017, and I 100% recommend getting yourself a copy, though it will likely be difficult/take some time. Its definitely a HOT selling item and I was lucky enough to pre-order mine a month ago before other folks started seeing it listed on Amazon. This is definitely worth getting and will make a huge hit to your gaming nights! A more detailed breakdown is below.
(Note relating to pictures: The game does NOT come with painted miniatures. As I enjoy paining them, I did so, but my wife and I played several games before they were painted without any issues/confusion. They just look cooler/it's more immersive in my opinion when they are painted.)

Legacy Mechanics: (A legacy game is a game that does not reset from one playthrough to
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By Naomi K.
Don't be daunted by the price (granted it's supposed to retail at $140). This game destroys all other games hands down. The sheer amount of stuff that you get in the box is impressive to the point it's almost ridiculous and it weighs nearly 30 lbs. Fair warning though that it will take you about 2 hours to fully learn the game, not to mention the time to fully get prepared to play your first game from punching out all the assorted enemy standees, tokens and map tiles. Basically don't buy this and expect to open it and be playing within a few minutes.

Once you get the rules down pat and have everything sorted and ready to go it is sooooo much fun. You can play the game solo or with a group of up to 4. You start out in the town of Gloomhaven and must take on quests
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By Fuzzy Llama Reviews
It's hard to describe the awesomeness of this masterpiece. All my friends and family thought I was crazy waiting 7 months after spending over 200 in total for this one game...

It was worth the wait.

An escape from the digital world, in that fantasy realm, with more detail and lore than even triple A games seem to provide these days.... This game is a true master piece.

There was so much planning and consideration put into this game, ensuring that you had content for weeks/months/years to come (varying on how much you play obviously).

Balance feels great and provides a sense of challenge.

Let me be clear, this isn't your family board game. This game requires dedication, commitment, and enthusiasm. You will spend time on setup and clean up.

But, the experience is worth it for any RPG/dungeon crawl fan.

If you find the likes of DnD/Pathfinder etc too "open ended", you will appreciate this giving
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By Aikar
4.7 | 3,790 customer ratings
93% 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 | 1,580 customer ratings
96% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Like all of the green toys we have, this is a big hit with the kids! It is simple, but very well made. It has been thrown around many times and it is holding up well. All of our kids (6 months to 4 years) love this airplane. My kids have a favorite board book that is a perfect complement to the airplane (shown in the picture- "The Little Airplane", by Lois Lenski). Please mark if you find my review helpful. Thank you so much!
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By Peggy
Ordered this for my son’s first birthday pictures and ended up using it as decor on his cake. It’s sturdy and has held up well under my son’s unknowing abuse! This kid doesn’t know his own strength yet and it hard on toys. I love that it’s made in the USA from recycled materials.
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By Erin
This was the first Green Toys product that I purchased and it has sold me on the brand! It's nice knowing that they are made from and packaged in 100% recycled materials. You would never know it by the feel of it, without even picking it up, the quality of the material is easy to see and it feels good in your hand. Quite often when you buy something online, it turns out to be much smaller than imagined, this is the opposite. I never expected it to be such a perfect size. This is the first of many, I can see my daughter passing these along to another child, if my grandson ever gives it up, which is highly doubtful. I absolutely recommend anything made by Green Toys!
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By Donna M
4.7 | 2,513 customer ratings
92% 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
4.7 | 2,444 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I got this set for my 4.5 year old son, and it was a great buy. The logs are made of solid, durable wood, and he can easily stack them. He still has trouble following the instructions (I have to explain him where each of the logs go), but once I give him directions he has no problems.

I did find the basic set to be a little limited (111 logs), so I have also got him the two cottages LINCOLN LOGS - Lake Union Lodge - 88 Pieces - Ages 3+ - Preschool Educational Toy and LINCOLN LOGS - Oak Creek Lodge - 137 Pieces - Ages 3+ Preschool Education Toy. The tin is very big, so I can fit the pieces for the three sets inside it, which is nice for easy storage.

I leave a couple of pictures of our constructions. Note that the Pokemon are not included! :)
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By Ryott
Now that my twins have turned three, it's been a lot of fun buying toys that my husband and I used to have growing up. For their third birthday, my husband absolutely wanted to get our kids Lincoln Logs because they were his favorite toy as a kid and something that he wanted our kids to have. I never had Lincoln Logs so this is my first experience with them. There are so many sets of Lincoln Logs out there but I loved the idea of having a tin to store them in so we ordered the 100th anniversary set.

This set includes 111 pieces in a tin that measures about 11 1/2 inches tall. I've included a picture of one of each piece so you can see what is included in the set. Here are the quantities and measurements of each different piece:

1 - 4" red roof front with "Lincoln
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By Kristin B.
I grew up playing on my grandparent’s set of Lincoln Logs that were a well rounded set with pieces that were interlocking and most would stick together when fastened. This last point is crucial for fencing in your log cabin with upright 1s and longer pieces. With no way to build fencing, or fencing that doesn’t topple over, my daughter’s cabins are subject to wolves, mountain lions, and other varmints that can walk right in through the wide open cabin door space or crawl in through the window space. When Kinex bought LL they clearly weren’t thinking about cabin security when they started mass producing these perfectly uniform pieces.

Fencing problems aside, this set doesn’t contain typical 3 slotted logs. You have your 1s, 2s, and long 4s, but the 3s are mysteriously absent. My daughter’s imagination will be limited to long ranch style home cabins, or short shack cabins, and
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By jordan
4.8 | 1,272 customer ratings
95% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
My son loves these toys. Made in the USA and 100% recycled what eles could you want! These are very well made and will last along time. Unlike some cheeply made toy from overseas. The size of these toys are perfect for the bath, pool or spa. I love how they will float, or fill with water and sink. Then easily drain with the drain vents The price is right as well. I will be buying more, very happy with this purchase.
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By rippedtodd
Fun toy! I ordered this and a few other green toys for my 2 year old. He LOVES them. They're much larger than I anticipated which makes them that much more worth the money. Good quality plastic. Makes for great bath toys!
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By EJohnson
Cool looking sea plane. It's bigger then I imagined it would be. Almost too big for really small kids. Propeller spins. It kinda floats. The problem is that it sinks with the smallest ripple in the water. In the picture of the plane you will see vents located on the top of the pontoons. When the plane sits in the water it floats but the smallest ripple causes water to go into the pontoons causing the plane to sink. Our family used the plane in the hot tub and movement of the water from the jets would cause the plane to constantly sink. Search the other reviews for the word "sink" and you will see that it is a common complaint. After it sinks if you turn it upside down out of the water it quickly drains and then kinda
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By Randy
49 offers from product price
4.8 | 1,121 customer ratings
96% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Yay! A game our littles can play, but is also fun for us parents!

The game is marketed as 7 and up, but our 4-year-old understands the strategy and often wins. If your child is scared of the dummy characters, I think you could easily remove the "+4 card" and still have plenty of fun with the game. The game is good with 2 players, but better with 3 or more when the action cards have a greater impact on the game!

The quality of the cards is great. The box did not last long, though. I found a blog (Miss Frugal Fancy Pants) that suggested storing Uno cards in an index card box.
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By AmazonMom
I purchased this Toy Story 4 UNO card game for a child in my family who is recovering from a serious illness. For the price of getting and mailing a card, I could have this game sent to him and Amazon included a get well message from me! The card game was a big hit and he absolutely loves it! His mama said the cards are a bit smaller than reg UNO cards but the quality is good and there a glossy finish so they slide easily. This game has been great family fun for this sweet boy as he continues recovery.
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By ShopperLady
Love UNO and love Toy Story. The cards are smaller in the size than what I remembered. Maybe that’s better for a child, but I prefer the larger cards. The extra Caboom wild card is super fun.
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By J
4.7 | 1,822 customer ratings
92% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
My daughter is an artistic fiend. When she’s home she is searching for new art projects all day long. Awhile back we discovered the “black and white” free form scratch paper. They were small squares and a lot of fun. Sure, they doubled as dye for any white clothing, but a fun tool for creativity. After she was ready for a change we discovered the multi color scratch paper books. They weren’t free form, had patterns u could uncover. They were solid, but in a book and my daughter wanted the ability to cut the shapes and use the pages for different stuff, so a return to the loose paper - only this time with color. After hours of searching this site we chose this brand, mostly because a friend had recommended. What a great recommendation. The quality of the actual paper is excellent. The sticks they provide are ample
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By O.G.
I bought this to have an extra activity up my sleeve during closure of my daughter's preschool. These are great. The colors are bright. I'd recommend them.
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By Andrea
This is an awesome product. Boosts kid's creativity!
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By Dinesh Parkar
4.6 | 5,989 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
4.7 | 1,799 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
We have had this game for roughly three days now and have played Throw Throw Burrito every night since receiving it in the mail. My family has multiple closets full of games and this is our favorite, hands down, better than Pictionary, Monopoly, Trivial Pursuit, Operation, Jenga, Boggle, Scrabble, ConnectFour, Checkers, Chinese Checkers, Othello, Romeo and Juliet, the Tempest, Hamlet, and The Two Gentlemen of Verona combined. Let me be clear: This...game...kicks...BURRITO. First of all, it's simple. You keep five cards in hand at all times and draw from a pile and discard into another as fast as you can, in order to make matching sets. Everyone draws and discards at the same time and usually the game is a giant mess. Second, you throw burritos at each other. You heard me. Occasionally someone draws a set of burrito cards, and then you have to throw burritos at your family
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By Light Junkie
We're hosting an extended family game night next week and I wanted something new & different to play that everyone would enjoy. Our family loves rummy, PIT! and other card games so I figured I'd give 'Throw Throw Burrito' a try, even though we've never played or purchased 'Exploding Kittens' or any other of their games. And also even though someone in my family tends to injure themselves every single time we all get together.

Yesterday when this arrived, my husband and I sat down to learn how to play so that we can teach everyone else on game night. It is easy to learn and appropriate for all ages. It was great fun playing this, even with just two people, and it'd be a lot more fun with a bigger group.

So I matched the 'Burrito War' cards which means everyone grabs for a burrito and throw it at another player.
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By Smile Saurus
We tried this game for the first time at a work party, with eight adults spanning four decades in age. Needless to say the ensuing play was hilariously funny and after playing six rounds of the game we were coming up with crazy ideas as to how we could turn it into an all day office game or even take it outside and play across larger distances.

Other reviews have called the game "immature as heck", but our group found it to be completely hilarious and appropriate for all ages.

Note that we played with eight people at the table despite the game only being made for 2-6. I would recommend playing with no fewer than 4 as the rules get modified to accommodate fewer players and it would be significantly less fun. On the flip side, although the game say up to six players, we made it work for eight by
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By Marcus K.
4.7 | 1,593 customer ratings
95% 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