Totally Gross Fun Science Game

Item number   w-jh-ug-1327
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Did you know that snot helps keep lungs clean? Or that some frogs are cannibals? Or that you can milk a snake? Find out more about facts like these as you travel an interactive game board with the Totally Gross Fun Science Game by University Games. This educational board game contains a game board, 110 Question cards, 50 Gross-Out cards, 30 Lab cards, a die, a jar of slime and four playing pieces that will provide hours of educational fun. The purpose of the interactive science board game is to be the first one to complete his way around the colorful, fun board and complete a lab experiment. Players of this science trivia game will answer fascinating questions and take part in learning activities as they compete with one another to earn the slimy reward that the winner of the anatomical board game receives. Totally Gross Fun Science Game from Educational Toys Planet contains questions and facts on multiple areas of science - Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy, Zoology, Anatomy, and Physics. There is something in this science board game kit for every type of young learner!

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Product Details

  • SKU w-jh-ug-1327
  • Manufacturer recommended age 8 years
  • Our recommended age 8 years, 9 years
  • Brand University Games
  • Quantity available in stock 46
  • Dimensions of package 10.6" x 2.4" x 15.8"
  • Country of manufacture China
  • Manufacturer part number 1940
  • UPC 794764019407
  • ASIN B00006654A
  • Positive Ratings 84%
  • Total Reviews 10

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  1. Total Reviews: 10
  2. Positive Ratings: 4.2 of 5
  1. Rating: 5 Fun by By A customer Fun game. Thank you.
  2. Rating: 1 Inappropriate by By A customer My children can learn useless facts in better ways that do not require them to sniff each other’s butts like the cards suggest, list different words for butt, different words for fart, pretend you’re a dung beetle and lay your egg in poop, etc.Totally Inappropriate should be the title instead of Totally Gross.
  3. Rating: 5 Glad I bought by By A customer Kept the kids entertained for a while. It's a unique game that also teaches the kids general facts in a fun way
  4. Rating: 5 Educational, interactive, and FUN! by By A customer I added this to my son's Christmas list and it's a lot of fun. He's 8 and really enjoys playing this. There is a good amount of reading and he always learns something new (I do too TBH). I highly recommend this game!
  5. Rating: 5 Science filled game! by By A customer My granddaughter loved this game. She loves science and plans on being a scientist someday.
  6. Rating: 5 Grandson's Christmas Present by By A customer My 11-year-old grandson is very interested in science and, in the way of almost all 11-year-old boys, also interested in grossness. This game seemed to be a perfect fit for him. We'll know more after he and his younger brother have a chance to play the game, but he was happy to get it for Christmas.
  7. Rating: 5 8 year old’s favorite new game by By A customer My 8 year old son loves this game! Fun and also educational. I even learn something new each time we play. Highly recommend for kids who love science!
  8. Rating: 4 A fun game to play with your child. by By A customer Gave this to my grandchildren for Christmas. The slime was a big deal to them. We played the game in teams since it allows for only 4 people. The questions lived up to it's name "Totally Gross." But, it was a learning experience.
  9. Rating: 4 kids game by By A customer was a birthday gift for my granddaughter, she liked it.
  10. Rating: 3 Moderately interesting for kids by By A customer Game is only moderately interesting to my 7 year old. He likes to learn the answers to the trivia, but was disappointed at the lab experiments. They are simplistic and mostly boring.