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Fun Educational Games For All Ages

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Family time is very important to bond with your children. What better way then playing games that the whole family can enjoy. Fun educational games for all ages is what we look for in games to play with our family. The Blue Orange company understands that games need to be fun, but when adding educational elements the children do not notice they are learning and playing.Each of these fun educational games will bring smiles to everyone in your family.

 

Where’s Mr. Wolf is geared for ages 4 and up. What is nice about this game is it can be played with 1-4 players so your child can play the game alone if they choose too.  Also, this game takes about 10 minutes to play which means the under child will not become distracted or disinterested. Another great thing about these fun educational games is the it teaches social play, cooperation and builds memory. 

The object of this game is to work as a team to bring all the animals back to their barns all before Mr. Wolf arrives. Mr. Wolf can be anywhere so you need to hurry! Then, as you flip over the animal tokens he might be hiding under one of the tokens. Each time you find Mr.Wolf he moves closer to the animals so the race is on. When you turn over a animal token you need to help each other remember which barn the animal lives in. The object of the game is to get all the animals tucked safely in to the barn before Mr. Wolf comes to find them.

Also, the barns are 3D which adds to the child’s imagination. The cute animal tokens are round and easy to turn over. This game teaches teamwork gets the animals back to the barn, but you child can play alone too.

 

Skills:
  • Memory
  • Cooperation
  • Social Play
Play Time: 10 minutes
Contents:
  • 1 Playing Field
  • 4 3-D Barns
  • 28 Animal Tokens
  • 4 Barn Tiles
  • 1 Wooden Mr. Wolf Token
  • Illustrated Rules

 

 

 

 

Happy Bunny is a fun educational game for the family. This game is geared towards ages 3 and up. Also, 1-4 players letting your child have fun with the game on their own if they so choose. This is a quick game which takes about 15 to complete. Most children at the age of 3 need quick games that hold there interest and this game will keep them from being disinterested. Then your children will learn how to work as a team, math skills and build on their social skills.

The object of this fun game is to harvest all of the carrots, but you want to find the best of the carrots for the bunny to bring home to his family. Pick the carrots by pulling them out of the game just like you would from the ground. Then, comes the tricky part fun part. You want to find the carrots that have not been bitten by the bunny and find those untouched those are the best ones for the farmer. At the end of the game line up all of the carrots and see who picked the tastiest carrots. The one who has the most bitten carrots will make the bunny and his family the happiest.

 

Skills:
  • Math
  • Cooperation
  • Social Play
Contents:
  • 1 Playing Field
  • 40 Carrots (12 small, 10 medium, 18 large)
  • 1 Wooden Farmer Token
  • 1 Wooden Bunny Token
  • 1 Bunny House
  • 1 Colored Die
  • Illustrated Rules

 

Overall, why should we choose these fun educational games over other games? Games and family time should be fun and special, but what better way then combining learning. Children do not know they are learning, though as parents and grandparents we know that even 15 minutes of learning is a lesson that will stay with our children for years to come. Learning to work together as a team, social skills, memory and math skills are things children need to be successful learners. I am a big fan of the Blue Orange games and know that when we sit down as a family to play games we are building a foundation for a successful like for our grandchildren.

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Customers can find these products here:

http://www.blueorangegames.com/index.php/games/happy-bunny

http://www.blueorangegames.com/index.php/games/where-is-mr-wolf

 

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