The card and spinner in the game set are of a great quality. I tend to think a die would have been better than a spinner- but spinners are still fun (and possibly cheaper than custom dice) the pieces are well-made and the pieces are sturdy, so it's gr... Read More
The concept of people getting on and off a bus is one that kids can grasp at this age. The game is for ages 4-8, and i think it is a great game for younger children to learn math skills. They are perfect for a whole family to play together without hav... Read More
Bus stop is perfect for kindergartners who are learning all the ways to make the landmark number ten. The game is a fun introduction to addition and subtraction. Psych…everyone wins because they are practicing math!
One thing you can do to lengthen gameplay is to only use one die instead of two - this made the game take 30 minutes. Game play is fairly quick with games lasting around 30 minutes with 4 players. It’s super interactive and impossible to get bored wit... Read More
This game is best for kids, since adults may find the game overly simple. Is a good recommendation. Highly recommended for those with younger kids.
There are 20 possible answers to each riddle and then instructions on the back of the card. The flip side of the challenge card presents a related challenge.
If you have poor eyesight it’s impossible to read. There are also no explanations for what the challenge dice are for. The cards are impossible to reading through the dome.