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eeBoo BUILD A ROBOT PUZZLE & SPINNER GAME
|CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
eeBoo BUILD A ROBOT PUZZLE & SPINNER GAME. For Ages 5 and up. To build a robot is an art. You have to do it part by part. So many heads and arms to use! Spin, and you will have to choose. Done first? You win! Now play again! With every game you "make a friend!"
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20 of 20 found the following review helpful:
build a robot a fun step to spaceMay 14, 2009
Build a Robot is a good game to have, and inexpensive enough to have at home as an emergency birthday gift for young children. For 2 to 4 players of almost any age, though children under 3 with supervision and best for younger children, maybe 7 and younger. It takes very little shelf space, comes in a strong glossy box that probably repels water. Toy has limited educational value, but it is educational. Children use number recognition, and match shapes and numbers. They use their creative skills putting together their robots, and can even use the robot pictures on the box top to help guide their assembly. Children can use creative play after building their robots, like naming their robots and interacting. The game has bright colors and a space theme that is a good lead toward space exploration or interest in science. In fact, I want my children to have an interest in science, and believe Build a Robot is a good influence in that direction. My six-year-old prefers games where he does things; he enjoys the opportunity to spin, build, choose, and stay busy. Takes just a short time to play. Even my husband and I enjoy playing it with the kids.
13 of 13 found the following review helpful:
Nice game for preschool kidsJan 04, 2009
By N. Link
This (and all Eeboo games) are great for the 2 1/2 to 4-year-old preschool crowd. Sturdy and well-made, with ultra-cute illustrations. The game itself isn't difficult, but don't underestimate the good of learning how to take turns and playing with simple rules. It's a quick game (yay for adults) and can also be played alone (double yay)!
Bonus: Retro, non-threatening robot theme is adorable and almost universally appealing.
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
This is a great game for preschool age children!Oct 24, 2010
We got this game for our son for his 5th birthday and he loves it. The wonderful thing is that our 3 year old enjoys it too. It helps with number recognition, puzzle building skills, turn taking, and so much more. I would highly recommend this game!
5 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Limited fun for very little onesOct 25, 2011
By Briana Tomkinson
Bought for my 4-year-old's birthday, but it would have been a better gift for my two-year-old. The game isn't fun, so my kids play with it as a puzzle, mixing and matching robot pieces. I think my two-year-old gets some educational value out of it, but there's little scope for imagination for the four-year-old. The pictures are cute, but there's not enough to sustain an older preschooler's interest for long.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Great toy for preschoolersFeb 07, 2010
I purchased this for my 2 1/2 year old son who loves robots and so he likes this game. It's an adequate teaching tool for learning numbers 1 through 5. My 5 year old also enjoys this game. Both kids also like simply creating different robots without actually playing the game. My only complaint would be with the spinner. The arrow is fairly flush with the mat so that younger kids have more difficulty making a good spin. The kids also like choosing mats with their favorite planet on it. It would have been nice if the planets on each card were clearly identifiable. For example, I cannot tell if one of the bodies is a moon or one of the planets, whereas, Earth is obvious and the ringer planet could be either Saturn of Neptune.
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