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3 years old and 5 years old boys love it very much. I personally like the game set, the whole board game is so cute and it train their motor skills and patience. Why patient? The reason being, little hands of children have difficulties to grasp the nut with the squirrel handle. So this really train their motor skills.
Un juego súper divertido y desafiante Lara los chiquititos. Cómo a partir de 2 años y medio (aunque depende de cada Niño). Les enseña muchas cosas (motricidad fina, paciencia, turnos e incluso a saber perder 😭 ). Un gran juego para los más pequeños, pero que divertirá a toda la familia.
Muy bonito juego! Lo compré para mi niña de 2 años y medio y le gustó mucho. Sirve para aprender los colores. Todavía no puede agarrar bien las pinzas de ardilla pero puede agarrarlo también con las manos. Súper padre para jugar con tus hijos.
My main problem with that the only kids who will want to play this are toddlers and preschoolers, and that age group does not handle multiple bad things happening very well. Out of 10 options on the wheel that tells you what to do on your turn, three of them will make a kid sad and one of those involved outing back everything you've gained and starting over again. You can imagine how well that goes over with a toddler. I think it's good to have at least one bad outcome because it helps kids realize things don't always go perfectly. However, in addition to having the start over option, and one official miss-your-turn option, every time you get a color you already have, you essentially miss your turn as well so the longer the game goes the more likely it is that your child will skip multiple turns and because the closer you get to winning, the slower the game goes, it also makes it more likely that you will get the put-everything-back option and have to start over again. Obviously, you can just make your own rules and ignore anything unpleasant but then it's not really a game, it's just a toy for your kids to do whatever they want with. That said, my kids do enjoy the cute acorns and putting them in the holes with or without the game and it does help with learning colors so it wasn't a total waste. I just don't feel it's a very well-thought-out game for the intended audience.