- Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision
Educational Insights 3425 The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game! and Board Book
- It helps little ones practice colours and matching
- It develops fine motor and social skills
- Perfect for pre-schoolers
- Keep play time going with the beautifully illustrated, lift-the-flap board book
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Practice colours with Sneaky the Squirrel in this exciting play set featuring The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel game and The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel board book together for the sweetest squirrel bundle there is! This award-winning preschool game helps little ones practice colours and matching while developing fine motor and social skills, perfect for pre-schoolers. Keep play time going with the beautifully illustrated, lift-the-flap board book, and help Sneaky find his acorns while developing memory and attention skills during reading time. Both the book and the game are packed with silly squirrel fun with sneaky skills built in, so kids can learn while they play.
The Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game
The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game is a best-selling game! Teaching kiddos color matching, sorting, counting & other simple math skills.
Develop strategic thinking, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and pre-handwriting skills.
Teach turn-taking, and encourage social skills with preschoolers.
How to Play
1. Spin the spinner.
2. Squeeze the matching colored acorn with your Squirrel Squeezer, and place it into your log.
3. Be the first to fill your log with delicious acorns and you win.
4. You could also spin 'pick an acorn,' 'steal an acorn;' or 'lose an acorn,' so be strategic, little squirrel.
|The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Board Book||Shelby's Snack Shack Game||Frida’s Fruit Fiesta Game||Frankie's Food Truck Fiasco Game||Sophie’s Seashell Scramble Game|
|Key Development||Color and Counting Recognition||Numbers and Counting||Letters and the Alphabet||Identifying Shapes||Identifying Patterns|
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|Strategic Thinking Skills||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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It was not my intention to get this game purely to upset my son, but watching my three year old torture his older brother by 'stealing' his acorns has been one of the best experiences of my entire life. The joy in his little eyes as he watches his brother lose his sht as Sneaky Squirrel takes his acorns. It's genius. Even if he already has the color, the younger brother would rather steal his sibling's acorn than take a color he actually needs from another player. It's honestly the funniest thing in the world. I love this game.
I was never so happy to hear my daughter announce that it was bedtime in my life! As soon as granddaughter was out of the room, I told my husband to hide the game where she couldn't find it. At the end of their 5-day visit, I made sure the game got put in their car to go home with them. I'm sure my son-in-love will have a great time playing the game. (Slaps knee with laughter).
Seriously, I had fun playing the game the first 4 or 5 times. Set up was easy each time, so granddaughter didn't get bored waiting. I thought the pincers might be hard for her, but she had no problems using them to grasp the acorns after she watched me a few times.
It would definitely be better if there had been other kids to play the game with her, but her 8-year-old brother had commandeered my phone to play Minecraft, so it was just me. I enjoyed playing the game with my funny and smart granddaughter, even if she did cheat! That's the advantage of being Grammy. I will probably never have to play the game again, so I could tolerate an hour and a half of being bored to play the game with her this one time.
My son used this game in his ABA therapy this morning and it was such a hit! This game was not only PERFECT for him but my 5 and 3 year old daughters also had a great time participating in this! The tongs are great for little hands and still quite a task for adults too.. you'll be surprised!! Seriously, even the therapist had fun lol!
The box the game comes in is unique and the artwork on the box is colorful and fun! The presentation and the feel of the game is quality.. not cheap plastic pieces made in China. It is in such a fun little package you want to open it and play it right away! I would have thought this game was worth twice of what I paid for it!! It exceeded my expectations for sure! I will definitely be purchasing more games from educational insights in the future.. for not only my kids but also for gifts!!!
If you're on the fence, GET this game for your kiddos, you won't be sorry!! It's perfect for teaching turn taking, understanding matching colors and they won't realize they are really working on perfecting those fine motor skills!! Worth EVERY penny!!!
The game play of The Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game! follows the same principle of play as Hi-Ho-Cherry-O, but adds some additional educational components, which makes it a great choice for young children.
The object of the game is simple: collect different-colored acorns from the tree to fill up your tree stump. Once you have collected all five colors, you win. A spinner dictates which color acorn you get to collect. But watch out -- if you get the storm cloud all your acorns get blown back onto the tree. And if you get the sad squirrel, you lose a turn. Also beware of the thieving squirrel that allows other players to steal one of your acorns from your tree stump. If you get lucky, your spinner will land on a color, a "1", or a "2", which are the fields needed to pick acorns. The recommended age range is 3 years and up, but I played this with language-delayed third-graders and they still liked it.
Not only does this game work on counting and color-matching skills, but there are other educational aspects. The thing that really differentiates this game from Hi-Ho Cherry-O is the fine motor component: on their turn, players use the plastic squirrel tongs to pick up the acorns. This really allows them to work on their hand strength and fine motor control while playing!
I find that the pieces in this game don't get lost as easily as the cherries in Hi-Ho Cherry-O as they are a little bigger and can be easily counted during clean-up (there should be four of each color) to make sure they're all still there. The game components are also higher quality and the acorns have a rubber-y texture to them.
This would make a great game for preschool SLPs as well as Occupational Therapists! Or of course for any household with young children. I uploaded a couple of customer pictures, please take a look!