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What Doesn't Belong? Thinking Game

Item number   w-sw-9722121
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    What Doesn't Belong? Find and match the pictures on the cards to the objects on the play board as you play this very smart kids game!

  • Develops skills: critical reasoning, classification, vocabulary, language development, social skills, thinking skills, cognitive development

Product Description

A fork, a knife, a spoon, and a screwdriver. What doesn't belong? Right, a screwdriver! What Doesn't Belong? Thinking Game combines logic, puzzle, and fun game in one box. This new learning game from Ryan's Room toy collection will teach children to identify objects that do not belong in a group of items, classify photographed objects by color, function, shape, and more, expand vocabulary, and promote cognitive development. This smart kids lotto comes with 4 game boards and 34 photo game cards that are made of sturdy cardboard. The object of this first game is to find and match the pictures that don't belong to the group on your board. What Doesn't Belong? Thinking Game from Educational Toys Planet can be played by toddlers, preschool kids and their friends. Each card measures 2.75 x 2.75 inches. Each board is 9.5 x 6.75 inches. This kids thinking game is designed for 2-4 players.

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  • SKU:  w-sw-9722121
  • Manufacturer recommended age:  2 years
  • Our recommended age:  2 years, 3 years, 4 years
  • Brand:  Ryan's Room
  • Quantity available in stock:  0
  • UPC:  90543221215
  • Dimensions of package:  10" x 10" x 2.5
  • Country of manufacture:  China
  • Manufacturer part number:  9722121
  • Packaged product weight:  1.35 lb

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