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Fun for all
from Palos Verdes, CA
About Me Education Oriented, speech therapist
Comments about Crazy Cereal Electronic Game:
This is a fun game for preschools and up. The 8-9 yr olds I work with also liked it. As a speech therapist, I am always looking for fun games to play that will work on multiple skills. This one worked on following directions, memory, and receptive language. The kids love the lights changing colors on the spoons. It can be altered to work with children of all language levels.
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By KJ Gomez
from Torrance, CA
About Me THERAPIST
This is a simple and fun way to learn colors, improve eye-hand coordination, strengthen forearm skills (palm-up to palm-down movements), improve utensil use, hand/finger strength, visual scanning skills, figure ground, and attention. This game needs to be played in adequate lighting as it becomes difficult for children to distinguish the blue from green and red from orange in inadequate lighting. The plastic bowl, cereal, and spoon makes it difficult to successfully scoop and keep the cereal on the spoon when attempting to transfer it from the large bowl into the small bowl. If I could modify the game, I would may be change the depth of the spoon so that it was deeper (not as flat) and make the cereal pieces a little heavier or make it out of a material that wouldn't slip/slide against the plastic spoon. Overall, a really fun game!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Lots of fun!
from Palos verdes Estates, Ca
About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children
My kids (4 and 6) love playing this game. It is quick and easy to set up and play. I hear them giggle throughout eh whole game while they work on hand eye coordination, sorting and matching. We've played it as a family too in teams and all enjoyed it. It's fun for the whole family, well made and keeps them happy for quite a while. Thanks for another great toy by educational insights.
Crazy Cereal Leaves Them Hungry for More
By Mrs. Chalkbox
from Altoona, PA
About Me Education Oriented, Grandparent
I am an Educational Insights dealer in Altoona, PA. Crazy Cereal is both colorful, durable, and resembles cereals that young children enjoy eating. I was sent this game to test market. I took it with me to two separate game nights at local elementary schools. To say that the students enjoyed playing this game would be an understatement; they loved it! If I had it to sell, at least a dozen students in each school would have gone home quite happy. I would recommend Crazy Cereal to any parent or grandparent of a preschool (+) child looking for a fun yet educational game!
Great for fine motor skill development
from Redondo Beach CA
It is really a fun game and perfect for the family time. My daughter has a fine motor issue so it is not that easy for her to play this kind of game. But she enjoys having a race with her brother and is having so much fun.
Fast, Crazy, Fun game for toddlers
from Salt Lake City, Utah
About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent
My kids love games. There are three bowls (one for each kids and one that goes in the middle) and then two spoons, and each spoon has a flashing light in it. They get the color of "cereal" that is flashing on their spoon and put it in their bowl. The light changes colors, and it is a fun race for them to see who can collect the most cereal first. When the light on their spoon flashes different colors they can collect two cereal pieces at once. It is a fun fast-paced game that they play over and over.Disclaimer: I received product in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.
Kid Friendly Battle Game in a Bowl
By Amy D
Inside the box are little little cereal pieces that resemble candy. I would most certainly keep this away from little ones under 4 because they can choke on the pieces. Anyhow, this game is a little stressful for my kids because they have to be the first to get all their colored pieces out of the bowl. It does help to improve fine motor skills in 4-5 year old, but it also winds them up and gets them agitated. Maybe it is just my kids but this stresses them out. I love the packaging, bowls, spoons, and pieces but I feel like the game could be a little more interactive. It also requires two AAA batteries which are not included.
Great for Building Skills!
By Staley Mc
from Birmingham, AL
About Me Education Oriented
Awesome for fine motor development as well as shape and color recognition. My kids loved spooning from the big bowl to the little bowls which is great motor development. Their favorite part was when the spoons would light up so they could get the different colored cereal out. Super fun game for young kids!
So much fun while building skills
from Chicago, IL
About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent
My daughter loves games that can be both games and a part of her pretend play. I thought this game would be perfect for her. She carries the bowl around the house, using the spoons to feed her "babies."My older kids love the craziness of the game. The game comes with spoons that light up and flash the color of the cereal that the player is to scoop out of the bowl. It goes very quickly. it has been a great outlet for them when they come home after a stressful day of school.This is a great game for Christmas and for birthday gifts, for both boys and girls.
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