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3 years old and 5 years old boys love it very much. I personally like the game set, the whole board game is so cute and it train their motor skills and patience. Why patient? The reason being, little hands of children have difficulties to grasp the nut with the squirrel handle. So this really train their motor skills.
This is our 3.8-year-old's first board game, and it's perfect for his age. He's old enough to understand and follow the rules immediately upon explanation, and young enough to find the game very intriguing. The box is bigger than I imagined and of good quality, as is everything else. I especially appreciate that the acorns are made of grabby material which helps little hands to use the squirrel to pick them up. Some reviews said that their spinning wheel came folded/not working, and I imagine that would be a big problem. Fortunately ours came intact. Overly I'm very impressed by both the design and quality of this little game.
It is a fun idea to collect acorns and wait for the turn. But my toddler really hates the idea of “stealing” the acorn from another player. We never introduced “stealing” as an okay move in our family. When I read stories to my kid, he knows stealing is wrong. And therefore even in the game, he feels pressured to “steal” other player’s acorn to win. And I feel like this concept of “stealing” acorn is unnecessary for little kids. It might be fun for big kids but little kids like mine certainly feel confused and pressured to “steal”. Overall, I do not suggest this for little kids.