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.
Funny bunny has an attractive set up, is easy to learn, and promotes great turn-taking and sportsmanship skills. Easy enough for toddlers and pretty quick to play so it holds my sons attention. Each player has an equal chance of winning -- though you ... Read More
Funny bunny is also a great choice for younger students working on specific speech therapy targets such as final consonant deletion. This is a great game that my 4 yr old grandson completely enjoyed. When i was on maternity leave, the person covering ... Read More
The fear of having a bunny disappear into the hole unexpectedly is exciting at that age level without being too scary. This opens random holes and traps on the game board to give the game a very interesting twist.
The goal of the game is to be the first player to get their bunny to the carrot without falling into treacherous holes along the way. On their turn they pick a card from the top of the deck. If it's the carrot, you get to spin the carrot on the game b... Read More
This game reminds me of a games i used to yearn for in the sears christmas wish book. Bought this for an easter present for 2 grandsons. One of top five best games on my game shelves.
There are no moles that pop out. The instructions are in a foreign language and went to website and can't access instructions there either. Very disappointing and misleading.