We are a family of 4 and we also homeschool. My youngest is 3-years-old so it's not often that we get to all play a game together. With trying to get him started on homeschooling and getting involved with learning how to play games, this was perfect for us! He's still learning how to play and follow the rules and directions, but to have something available to us that he can play along with the family is definitely a plus for us.
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As I said, we were excited about this game and to add it to our family game night game collection; especially more so that my youngest, Jace, who is 3-years-old, can also play. The object and rules of the game are simple, which is what makes it perfect for us to use as a learning tool for an introduction game for him. It's also great for my 9-year-old daughter because you need to look and pay attention to accomplish your goal of stacking the faces on your card in order the correct way. My daughters biggest issue is not paying attention. She overlooks details and is her biggest setback when it comes to her schoolwork and just every day tasks. This game is a fun way to help her to learn to pay attention without being stressful and frustrating. It's also good to help with memory skills and help improve your reaction time to things since it is a speed test. Of course, when we're playing with Jace, at least for now, we're only keeping the timing between everyone else but him. We're using it more for his fine motor skills and stacking. We will also be using it to help him with his matching the picture skills.
As you can see, this is a great family game; especially with young children. It's easy to play and has a lot of benefits other than having a family game night together. I love how the cubes are plastic and lightweight. So they're easy to clean between uses, but also easy for my son to handle while playing the game. Plus the fact that these cubes are super cute helps as well. Needless to say, this game was a hit and as a parent and homeschooler, I can honestly say I recommend this! Perfect for at home and classroom settings!
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