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The Tiger Who Came to Tea 4 in 1 Games Cube
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 4-in-1 Games Cube is a little box jam packed with four traditional fun games for preschoolers - Matching Bingo, Snap, Twisted Pairs and Four Shapes in a Row. The Games Cube features beautiful artwork from Judith Kerr’s classic children’s story book. Measuring 135mm cubed the 4-in-1 Games Cube is perfect for children aged 3 and upwards.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea 4-in-1 Games Cube is just a little box of delights! Featuring beautiful artwork from Judith Kerr’s classic children’s story book, this little box is jam packed with four traditional games to keep youngsters entertained for hours! Matching Bingo, Snap, Twisted Pairs and Four Shapes in a Row provide plenty of fun and challenges for two to four players. Matching Bingo is great fun and easy to play! Each card has five lines containing five images of the characters from The Tiger Who Came to Tea book. A pile of shuffled picture cards is placed face down and as each one is turned over, if the players can match that image on their card they cover it up with a little token. The first player to cover a whole line is the winner! The Tiger Who Came to Tea Snap and Twisted Pairs are based on the traditional games to help encourage youngsters with their game playing, taking turns and of course the ability to both win and lose! Four shapes in a Row is a fantastic game to help little ones recognise and learn their shapes and colours. Each player takes a board that contains four rows of four randomly coloured shapes. Taking it in turns to spin the spinner which, may land on a colour or a shape, it is a race to be the first to cover up a row using the little tokens! Measuring 135mm cubed The Tiger Who Came to Tea 4-in-1 Games Cube contains colourful and educational games that are just perfect for children aged 3 years and over.
Warnings: Not suitable for children under 36 months, small parts, choking hazard