The object of this game is to be the first one to fill your log with acorns. Just spin the spinner, pick up the acorns with your squirrel squeezers, and put them in your log! The box is very sturdy and it is convenient that it's used as part of the game. All the pieces are well made, especially the squirrel squeezers, which were super easy for my 3 1/2 year old to use. I love that there aren't a ton of pieces because it's easy to keep track of everything, and there's plenty of room in the box to toss it all back in when you're done.
My daughter calls this one "the letter box". Inside the storage trunk is 26 alphabet picture cards with upper and lowercase letters; color-coded red vowels and blue consonants on one side, 26 riddle cards, and a guide with 5 different ways to play.
After that we flipped them over to the letter sides (which also have pictures) and put them in alphabetical order. There are lots of ways you can arrange the game to suit your child's needs. The riddle cards are like the one pictured to the left. They are excellent for exercising that brain power! This game is also very easy to put away and the box is small enough to keep almost anywhere. We had lots of fun trying out these games and both were a hit with my daughter! I am very pleased with her reaction because I know she will continue to learn from them until she graduates to the next step in learning.
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