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So it is a good concept, allows kids to think and replicate the diagram in the cards although this wasn't challenging for my 5 year old They can challenge themselves by attempting to answer the question at the bottom of the card which gets them thinking and adults too. Some arrangement of blocks were too tricky I think you will kinda never know whether you are correct because the answer sheet doesnt depict the correct answer. It is however a different product that most kids toys in the market so at least it offers variety. All in all a good product offering something different but nothing groundbreaking
Fantastic and challenging. Bought this for my 3 and a half year old granddaughter, she managed the easier levels quite quickly but is finding the more challenging levels more difficult. She also enjoys just playing with this on her own and showing us proudly when she completes a challenge.
I observed this game being used by an occupational therapist to help develop visual short-term/working memory. Also a fun game with interesting shapes/colours/patterns that may assist with developing vocabulary/communication skills. Suitable for all ages.
This is such a good game. Bought for a four and six year old but the whole family can join in. We split into teams and took it in turns to look at the cards. Cards get harder as the game goes on, great for little ones to practice shapes names and also memory. A lot of laughter and nice to play something that's not digital
Fantastic packaging and arrived promptly. The actual concept of the game is great but at parts is very difficult and some of the terms even we had to google ( we may not be Einstein but we are not academically challenged). Some extra instructions would have been appreciated.