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!
Bought this game for our grandkids ages 6. Have bought again for gifts for other families with similar aged children. My five year old loves this game; i let her do everything on her own, including making the awful placement choices that any thinking ... Read More
Kids 3-6 yr old were able to play it together with older kids/adults with help. My 4yo grandson loves to play this and can follow the rules. It's fun for the grownups playing with her too. I have an 11, 8, and 3 yr old and they all enjoy it.
Soy ink made the colors/crispness feel less professionally printed. Each play is different since the path tiles drawn will be different shapes.
Great for building teamwork. It's a bit like team building between siblings. They are genuinely just as satisfied when the ogres win.
My 4-year-old son was freaked out by this game and never wants to play it. My 7yrs old son was bored by it. I try to hype it up while playing with my boys, but if i didn't, it's just a game of constant picking of cards.