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Rated 5 out of 5 by from BUY NOW & NEVER LOOK BACK!!!! Robot Face Race has provided our children the opportunity to build fine/visual motor skills, social skills, language skills and pre-academic skills However, this does NOT have to be a game!!! We all know the fallouts that can happen when there are "winners & losers" so we just avoid it all together! It is a great social turn taking and friendship building game without a winner and loser. We don't even know where to start on this games amazingness...So, we will break it down! Academic/Cognition: -Sequencing (find the red head first), Working memory (blue head, red mouth, purple nose, etc.), Colors, Facial parts, Numbers/Math (this one has 3 eyes and the other has 1, etc.) Vision/Visual Perception: -Visually scanning, Visual motor, Visual Orientation, Visual Attention, Visual Discrimination, Visual Sequential-Memory, & Visual Form Constancy Language (receptive/expressive) & Social Skills: -Tell a friend what to find, Prepositions & Sequencing Fine Motor: Shaking the randomizer & Finger isolation Differentiation (simplifiers and challengers): -We put a piece of plastic over the board with binder spring clips (an old piece of lamination we got out of the trash in the staff lounge) and we let the kids circle the robots with dry erase, connect all the red ones, etc.) -We gave the kids the 5 colors in crayons and paper and they created the robots they made with the robot randomizer (this was a favorite) -For our 2 year olds, we cut out the pieces with construction paper (laminated them later because it was such a huge hit) and they created the robots by orienting the pieces on a robot head (we didn't make them follow the sequence but they could have). -Projected the game board on a smart board with a document camera and the kids could use the pens to circle when they find them on a vertical surface. -Made the "face base" and kids made the eyes, mouth and nose out of floam, play dough or wikki stix!
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun for the family! My family of 4 had lots of fun with this game. Though, it's pretty challenging for my 4 year old to find the right robot... I do believe with a bit more practice my 4 year old will get the hang of it and love it. My husband and I spent a lot of time playing with my 8 year old and we all enjoyed it. Since there aren't too many pieces we we able to take it with us while traveling too! This would be a great gift for a 5 or 6 year old.
Date published: 2014-09-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great game to challenge multiple levels of memory This is a great game - the packaging, art and quality of production is fantastic. Solid, smooth and sophisticated. As a game its challenging - there are 4 aspects to look for and match up and my son (4.5) got frustrated with the multiple levels of search. He had no trouble processing the instructions but I think if the robot count on the board would have been fewer (and the art bigger0 it would have been more age appropriate for 4+. My daughter (6.5) took to it and loved it - and although some of the rounds proved challenging for her- it was more age appropriate for her. That said, we enjoyed playing with it as a family and would definitely recommend it.
Date published: 2015-10-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Game - maybe for grades K and up This is a great game. The pictures on the board are cute and silly, which is great for the little ones. The faces are very small though, so my 4 1/2 year old found it a little hard to quickly find the faces. As with some of their other games, it might be good to give different play options including one with a timer so that everyone is racing against the clock instead of against each other (especially if you're playing with kids of varying age/skill). Overall a great game that teaches colors, shapes, matching and PATIENCE!!!!
Date published: 2015-10-19
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