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  • My First Castle Panic is a preschool version of the classic family game Castle Panic. Players must work together to defend the castle from waves of monsters. Play cards to match the color and shape of the space a monster is on to capture that monster. A group of monsters is racing out of the woods and coming right at your Castle!

     

    • No reading required.
    • Teaches matching, strategic thinking, taking turns, and more.
    • Cooperative gameplay means no sore losers.
    • Preschoolers can play independently.

    In My First Castle Panic players need to catch all the monsters before they smash the Castle flat. Send out your brave defenders to match the color and shape of the space where a monster is to catch it. But watch out! The monsters move closer to the Castle every turn, and more monsters keep coming!

     

     

     

    Players: 2-5

    Time: 30 to 60 minutes

    Age: 8+

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  • Bubble Bath Bunny is splashing about in the bath tub with his two ducks when suddenly his toys disappear in the suds. Where are the bucket, whale and boat? Whoever can correctly recognize colors and symbols, can help little bunny find all his bath toys.

     

    Players: 2-4

    Time: 5 minutes

    Age: 2+

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  • Your child will love playing the My Very First Games – My First Orchard game from HABA! A specially designed version of our classic Orchard game, this is a great “first” game for toddlers! The fruit pieces are large, designed for smaller hands, and included is one sturdy basket for children to share for a cooperative game. This set can be used as both a game (with game boards and die) and also as a pretend play set of solid, wooden fruit.

    Players: 1-4

    Time: 10 minutes

    Age: 2+

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  • In free play children experiment with the fishing rod, the sea and all the sea dwellers, bringing them to life in the most imaginative way. The game with rules acquaints children with first game rules and how to apply them. Fishing with the rod fosters hand-eye coordination in particular and strengthens concentration skills.

     

    Players: 1-4

    Time: 10 minutes

    Age: 2+

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  • A snail dice game that uses the magnetic tin as part of the game!

     

    On your mark, get set…and off goes the slippery snail race in Mrs. Meyer’s vegetable garden. Draw a race card to determine which snail colors are yours, but don’t show anyone! Roll the dice with color symbols to know which snail to move and where to move it. The snails crawl over each other on the race up and over the magnetic tin to the three winner’s podiums to receive the most points.

     

    The players draw a card at the start of the game to let them know which colors of snails they want to get to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place podiums inside the tin. Roll two dice and decide which dice is for a snail and which dice is for where the snail has to go. Land on top of another snail to ‘freeze’ him in his tracks until the top one jumps off (max 2 snails on one space). Additionally once a snail lands on a space then the space turns the color of the snail! Players have fun climbing over one another and then up the sides over the top and down the other side of the tin to the podiums. But players don’t know the winner until three snails occupy the podiums and players reveal the color of snails on their cards drawn at the start of the game.

     

    Roll the dice, move the snails and be victorious!

     

    Players: 2-4

    Time: 15 minutes

    Age: 5+

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