Community Cooperative Kids Game

Item number   w-eb-gmcom2
List Price $19.99
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  • 5 years +
    Ideal for mixed age groups, Eeboo's unique Community cooperative game teaches important elements of the community building.

  • Develops skills: good citizenship, responsibility, language, strategy skills, cooperative play, planning, spatial reasoning

  • Award Winner: Oppenheim Toy Portfolio - Best Toy Award - Platinum Seal

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Product Description

This super educational game introduces principles of community to the youngest kids. Community Cooperative Kids Game is artistically designed and quality made by Eeboo to make children think about their community, how it is functioning, how members of the community get involved, how the whole community has to work together working on special projects, and much more. This challenging thinking game builds not only game community on a board, but good bonds among the young players. Perfect for kids of mixed ages, this non-competitive game from Educational Toys Planet teaches responsibility and cooperation. Community Cooperative Kids Game comes with a deluxe folding flocked game board that opens out to 18 x 18 inches, 82 flocked game tiles, and detailed instructions. Let's build a community together!

Product Details

  • SKU: w-eb-gmcom2
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 years
  • Our recommended age:  5 years, 6 years, 7 years, 8 years, 9 years
  • Brand:  eeBoo
  • Quantity available in stock:  0
  • UPC:  689196426728
  • Dimensions of package:  9.5" x 9.5" x 2
  • Country of manufacture:  China
  • Manufacturer part number:  GMCOM2
  • Packaged product weight:  1.30 lb
  • Positive Ratings: 60%
  • Total Reviews: 1
  • WARNING! CHOKING HAZARD. Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Reviews of Community Cooperative Kids Game

  1. Fun puzzle game for multi-age group

    by j stell

    Simple enough rules, and can be played solitaire as well as keeping my 6- and 8-yr-old interested in playing a game that I can enjoy too.