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Frida’s Fruit Fiesta Game™

Frida’s Fruit Fiesta Game™

Item #3412  | Ages 4+
The Big Idea
Learn letters with Frida! It’s lunchtime in the rainforest and Frida is collecting letters for her little ones. Spin, find, squeeze, and set four letters in a row first to win this fruity preschool letter game. For 2-4 players.

Shh… They’re Learning!
  • Teaches letters and the alphabet
  • Develops fine motor skills
  • Develops strategic thinking skills
  • Encourages social skills and turn-taking

  • Cut to the Chase
  • Alphabet game for preschoolers
  • Letter learning prepares kids for success in school
  • Based on The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel, our best-selling, award-winning preschool game
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    Fridas Fruit Fiesta Game™

    (based on 1 review)

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    Great fun!

    By Bobbi

    from Long Island, NY

    About Me Grandparent, Retired educator

    Verified Reviewer


    • Can Withstand Use
    • Easy To Play
    • Educational
    • Entertaining
    • Fine motor skills
    • Fun
    • Interactive
    • Letter-recognition Skills
    • Teaches Strategy
    • Thought Provoking


      Best Uses

      • Children
      • Family

      Comments about Fridas Fruit Fiesta Game™:

      I gave this game to my 4 year old grandson for his birthday last week. We had so much fun. I loved that the rules were simple and that we could play just minutes after setting up. He loved the colorful toucan and used it not only to pick up his fruit bowls, but also to spin the spinners.
      He knows his letters, but reinforcing letter-recognition skills is important. He quickly learned the strategy of "stealing" the letters he need to get 4 fruit bowls in a row, and he won 2 out of the 3 games we played.
      I was given this game for review, but was planning to give it to him anyway. I highly recommend it.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes

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