Monday, August 25, 2008

Noodleboro Learning game: Review and chance to win!

Wouldn't it be great if you could teach your child an important life skill while playing a really fun game? Noodleboro's Pizza Palace game does just that! You can teach your child the importance of listening while making pizzas! Making pizza's at the Pizza Palace, kids have to listen carefully to get the order correct. The order giver(usually Mom or Dad) tells the pizza-maker (your child) what they would like on their pizza. Kids really need to listen and watch, so they can get the order just right. They need to remember the order, in order, too. Then, the game becomes like a memory game, because you flip over the topping cards so the pizza maker can't see what the toppings are.
It is fun to make the game a bit of a challenge if the order giver changes their order once in awhile. The game has 2 pizza boxes, 2 card board pizzas with outer rings, 1 Chef's Hat game board, and Pizza topping cards.
To make this game fun for younger learners, you can work as a team to build the ultimate pizza! Or, you can make and deliver a made pizza within a certain time frame.
I think this game is a lot of fun, and I love that it promotes our children to really listen carefully! Our home loves games, and I love teaching my children new games. Noodleboro offers other great games for learning to share or using manners. This game is suited for ages 4 and up. 2-3 players can play this game at a time. My kids love it!
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1 comment:

Kara said...

Great post :)

I am glad to read you and your kids had fun playing the game. The concept is so cute.