My kids love playing games and they are especially fun around the holidays like now when they have a week off school for Thanksgiving. They have been playing together and with friends and a new favorite is the Brownie Match ™ Game!
This game has instant appeal, probably because everyone loves brownies! My seven year old daughter was super excited to start playing right away! Now that she can read she read the directions to her two year old brother before playing.
Even though he’s only two, he actually did really well playing with his sister! It wasn’t long before my oldest son who originally said he wasn’t interested had joined them!
I really like games that all three can play together and there really aren’t many that they like!
Each player spins the spinner and flip a brownie with the included spatula. The idea is to make a match and scoop it up. Whoever gets five first wins. Of course there are little twists and turns along the way like burnt brownies and spilled milk. Nobody likes that!
This would make such a fun gift for kids and families this holiday season. Everyone seems to love it! I have even found my daughter playing with her stuffed animals when no one else is around to play!
Brownie Match ™ Game is a huge hit in our house and I’m sure it would be for the kids on your holiday shopping list too!
The Big Idea
Players take turns spinning the spinner and flipping the brownie they think hides the matching number. Make a match and scoop it up with the spatula, but be on the lookout for special spins, like burnt brownies and spilt milk! You might just lose a brownie or a turn. Collect five brownies first to win!
Helps develop memory and matching skills
Encourages numeral recognition
Helps increase fine motor skills
Promotes sharing and turn taking
Helps develop social skills
Cut to the Chase
This fudgy find-it preschool game encourages numeral recognition and builds memory and matching skills!
Includes 16 brownie game pieces, 1 spatula, 1 spinner, and 4 plates
Multilingual instruction guide
No reading required for gameplay
For 2–4 players
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