BrainBox - Nature

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In an educational game I think that getting facts right should be top priority.Bought for 8 year old school class. Had Animals Brainbix which is a great learning tool for school age children.Bought this for my daughter and she has just turned 3. She really enjoys it and I find it good for observational skills and of fun facts but more about observing and remembering than understandingVery educational and can be played by everyone.Being given to my Granddaughter for her BirthdayGreat game , ideal for my 9 yr old daughter.

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DITTOI purchased this item for our holiday, we played it a couple of times but to be honest it became quite boring and monotenous. my kids are aged 12 & 14, and although it can be quite educational the kids just got fed up in the end. Best used as an education tool rather than a bought these as kids presents - perfect as adults like that the kids are learning and the kids enjoy too

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BrainBox - Nature
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https://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Green-Board-Game-44171W/dp/B002IIECVK?SubscriptionId=AKIAIS3I5A33GTV7S27Q&tag=wwwcamratecom-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B002IIECVK Suitable for ages 8+
1+ players
Includes 53 cards, timer, 8-sided die and rules card
Minimum 70% recycled material
Designed in High Wycombe, UK
BrainBox is a fast and fun memory game that does not require any pens, pencils, paper, playing board or even a table! Each round takes 10 seconds so all players are involved. A game lasts as long as you want it to, 10 minutes is the norm, but playing for 5 minutes is great fun also. BrainBox is educational and is perfect for families and groups of friends to play, wherever they are, on a level-playing field. Packed in a sturdy cool magnetic cube box. BrainBox is ready to play without any set-up time needed. The rules are pretty straight forward. You can play solo or with as many people as you want. A player simply picks a card and studies it for 10 seconds before being asked a question from the back, chosen by the roll of a die. A correct answer means the card is kept, if not it is returned to the box. The player with most cards after 5 or 10 minutes wins! The winner may not be who you expect as this fabulous game is about observation and memory, not learned facts!

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