Game Review: Curious George Take it Away
[Source: The Playful Otter]
Work on visual scanning, visual memory, figure-ground, manual dexterity, executive functioning skills, process skills, socialization skills, play and leisure exploration and participation
In the box: 40 pictures of Curious George, 30 plastic chips
This is a pretty straight-forward game. There are 10 different pictures of Curious George. Each shaped picture is on card stock, about 1/16″ thick. One side of the picture is George doing something, and the other side has the brand name Ravensburger repeatedly printed in a small, blue font. There are 10 different activities and four duplicates of each activity.
The activities George is engaged in are looking at himself in a mirror, holding a kite, holding a bunny, riding a bike to deliver newspapers, balancing a ball on his head, reading
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