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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hard to distinguish colors I love the concept of the game. My son had a great time shaking the dog bowl! However the colors are too similar. The red and the pinks hue are so close together I was having a hard time distinguishing them. We tried playing for about 10 minutes and I had to stop because my eyes were hurting.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ready, Set, Woof This is a cute game that is fun for very young children. It would be a great choice for pre-schoolers. The game comes with a board, bone pieces, and a randomizer. You shake the randomizer and it will land on two colors. One is the color of the dog, and the other is the color of the collar. The first person to find the dog on the board that matches gets to place one of their five bones down on it. Whoever feeds all five of their bones to the dogs first will be the winner. It's a fast-paced game and a great way for children to learn their colors. Complimentary product received.
Date published: 2016-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great game If you have a toddler that loves board games, then you have to check this game out. If they love dogs, they might just go head over heals in excitement. Your little one does not need to be able to read to play this game. The game relies on matching. You get 5 dog bones and shake the dog bowl. Then you place your bone on the matching pup. When all 5 of your dog bones are gone, you win. Who will feed their pups first and win? Fun game for ages 3 to 5. I received this product in exchange for my honest opinion.
Date published: 2016-08-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Family Fun! We received the Ready, Set, Woof game - the packaging was bright, colorful and sturdy. The different dogs were cute. My son liked the shaker and trying to get the balls into the holes to find out which dog and collar to look for, seemed good for building motor skills. The game seemed to help with learning to count when passing out the five dog bones to each player. The game also was helpful in teaching color recognition and matching. My only complaint is that the pink, red and orange colors were hard to differentiate as they were very similar in color.
Date published: 2016-03-24
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