My Very First Games Nibble Munch Crunch (HABA)

My Very First Games Nibble Munch Crunch (HABA)
My Very First Games Nibble Munch Crunch (HABA) My Very First Games Nibble Munch Crunch (HABA) My Very First Games Nibble Munch Crunch (HABA)

My Very First Games Nibble Munch Crunch (HABA)

Product Code: GHB305474
Made In: Germany
Product Size: 5 wooden food pieces (1 carrot, 1 clump of grass, 1 fish, 1 cheese, 1 bone), 5 animal cards (blue on the back), 5 cut-out cards (yellow on the back), 5 color cards (red on the back), 1 rulebook
Age: 2 years +
Safety: Conforms to the requirements of ASTM Standard Consumer Safety Specification on Toy Safety, F 963

Price: $15.00 - In Stock

Quantity in Cart: None








What does a cat, a tortoise, or a mouse eat? And which foods taste best for a rabbit or a dog? The children can work together or apart to find out in this collection of small games. Match the animal cards, wooden food pieces, cut-out cards, and color cards together to feed all the pets. They’ll have the animals nibble, munch, and crunch all their food up in no time! Play together and work on colors, shapes, and animals with this collection of small games.

Contents: 5 wooden food pieces (1 carrot, 1 clump of grass, 1 fish, 1 cheese, 1 bone), 5 animal cards (blue on the back), 5 cut-out cards (yellow on the back), 5 color cards (red on the back), 1 rulebook.

Short game instructions:
• Explore the components and talk about which animals eat which foods, what shapes and colors there are, and what belongs together in free-play or two different games . 
•In the game “What Do Animals Eat?”, players work together to feed all the animals. 
The food pieces, cut-out cards, and color cards are spread out in the middle of the table. The animal cards are shuffled together to make a draw-pile. 
• Take turns in a clockwise direction. Turn over the top card from the draw-pile and say what animal it shows. 
• If it is the animal or color that goes with the food in front of the player, they collect it. Otherwise, the put it back facedown. Then it is the next player’s turn. 
•The player who finds both the matching color and animal card for their food wins.

Authors:
Annemarie Hölscher
Illustrators:
Elke Broska
Game type:
allocation game
Number of players up to:
5 persons
Game duration from:
5 min
Number of players from:
1 persons
Age from:
2 years
Material:
Beech, Cardboard



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