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My Very First Games - My First Orchard

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Description

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This colour matching game is a great introduction to board games for a toddler, learning turn-taking, losing/winning and colour recognition.

In this co-operative game you must collect the fruit from the orchard and place them in the basket before the crow can eat them! Each player takes it in turns to roll the dice, either picking a piece of fruit matching the colour on the dice and placing it in the basket or moving the crow one step closer to the orchard. Can you collect all the fruit before the crow eats them all?

Development

Cognitive:
Can you match the colours?
Social & Emotional:
Take turns when playing with a friend.
Speech & Language:
Tell me whose turn it is? What colour did you roll?
Motor:
Roll the dice.

Additional Details

Age:
2+ Years
Number of Players:
1-4
Game Duration:
10 minutes
Height:
23cm
Width:
23cm
Depth:
7cm
Weight:
0.8kg
Material:
Wood & Cardboard
Wash:
Wipe clean only

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Great little game

    Published by Eleanor on 17th Jun 2019

    Our 2 year old loves this game. He doesn't totally understand it at the moment (though the rules are very simple) but hopefully it won't be long. At the moment he loves rolling the dice and moving the crow. Would definitely recommend!

  • 5
    2.5 yo loves it

    Published by Clara's mummy on 28th Mar 2019

    Our 2.5 year old really loves this game. She doesn't 100% get the rules yet but is having fun with it, throwing the die and getting excited about what colour it lands on. The pieces are nice and chunky, easy for her to recognise what's what and move them about. It's nice that it's cooperative, so we have no tantrums when someone else wins.

    Every free moment we get "I want to play game". We've had to put it on a high shelf so she can't get it out herself and lose all the fruit.

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