It is plastic which is great for my son as he is sensitive to the way things feel. In our house that qualifies as durable. It's lighter than the ones with the metal pins.
Rainbow looks great!
Hated it. Too lightweight. And then falling out and bending.
Easy for a 3 yr old to learn probably could work with a 2yr old. Best part is that it's a cooperative game, so for my extremely sore loser, she's always having fun. My 3 year old granddaughter likes it very much but my 1 year old grandson is a bit too... Read More
The dice are super fun and my daughter quickly learned how to match the color on the die to the fruit. The game has great application to teach early concepts like colors and sorting. I love that it’s cooperative.
The game boards are thick and study pieces of cardboard which would be hard to bend rip or tear. The wooden pieces are beautiful and perfect for little hands but not too small to be a choking hazard. Even my baby can chew on them without me worrying.
Apples are always the favorite, and usually the red ones. A teacher is the crow and swoops in to eat all the fruit if the teacher/crow wins. The fruit and raven are heirloom quality. It is funny that at his house is a cherry tree that the crows pick o... Read More
It would have been a wonderful game if it had a board. As is, it seems cheap, and the flimsy cut outs will not last.