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The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game

LOVE: 19 NEUTRAL: 6
REGRET: 0 WANT: 15

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LOVE: 19 NEUTRAL: 6
REGRET: 0 WANT: 15
  • Easy to follow without the game feeling babyish! The squirrel grabber is cute and the acorns are a bit squishy so they are easy to grab! Helps with coping (losing a turn, having to start over, etc). Nov 05, 2019

  • We have fun playing! She can understand the concept of spinning and colors at almost 2.5 but some of it she obviously doesn’t understand yet. She has fun with it by herself too! Nov 05, 2019

  • fun little game that promotes fine motor skills with use of tweezers to pick up acorns. this was on the "homework" list for our kindergartener to play. Fun for the whole family, easy for little ones Sep 26, 2019

    • Kelly S.
    • North Richland Hills, Texas

    Great for fine motor skills and pincer grip. Jul 21, 2019

  • We started playing this when my son was 2, and it is still (at 3) a well-loved game. Fun for the whole family! Jun 04, 2019

    • Taryn W.
    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Great game! Teaches game playing skills as well as reinforces turn taking, fine motor skills, and introduces strategy. Aug 16, 2018

  • this game is great for teaching colors and counting. Jan 28, 2017

  • My almost 3 year old loves this game! It's easy to play and fun for the whole family Oct 16, 2016

  • Easy enough for a 2.5 year old to play, my 4.5 year old loves this game. Jun 23, 2016

  • Very Cute. But not great if you have a baby crawling around. the acorns are choking hazards Dec 01, 2015

  • This is a great first game for a preschooler. Jul 13, 2015

  • Whenever we have family over we always play this! Actually fun and engaging for everyone. Dec 10, 2013

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  • Easy to follow without the game feeling babyish! The squirrel grabber is cute and the acorns are a bit squishy so they are easy to grab! Helps with coping (losing a turn, having to start over, etc). Nov 05, 2019

  • We have fun playing! She can understand the concept of spinning and colors at almost 2.5 but some of it she obviously doesn’t understand yet. She has fun with it by herself too! Nov 05, 2019

  • fun little game that promotes fine motor skills with use of tweezers to pick up acorns. this was on the "homework" list for our kindergartener to play. Fun for the whole family, easy for little ones Sep 26, 2019

    • Kelly S.
    • North Richland Hills, Texas

    Great for fine motor skills and pincer grip. Jul 21, 2019

  • We started playing this when my son was 2, and it is still (at 3) a well-loved game. Fun for the whole family! Jun 04, 2019

    • Taryn W.
    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Great game! Teaches game playing skills as well as reinforces turn taking, fine motor skills, and introduces strategy. Aug 16, 2018

  • this game is great for teaching colors and counting. Jan 28, 2017

  • My almost 3 year old loves this game! It's easy to play and fun for the whole family Oct 16, 2016

  • Easy enough for a 2.5 year old to play, my 4.5 year old loves this game. Jun 23, 2016

  • Very Cute. But not great if you have a baby crawling around. the acorns are choking hazards Dec 01, 2015

  • This is a great first game for a preschooler. Jul 13, 2015

  • Whenever we have family over we always play this! Actually fun and engaging for everyone. Dec 10, 2013

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