product code: 135643
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- Standard UK home delivery within 5 working days - £2.95
- Click and collect in any store - FREE
Two players try to guess where the other player has hidden their items in their house in this Battleship-style plotting game. Place your items in your house board- don't tell the other player where! Now choose a room and number to see if the other player has an item there in that room: if you find a piece, you keep it! Mark places where you have found things with a green face and places where you have not with a red face to remind yourself. The first to find all four pieces wins.
Includes game board, 8 game pieces and 32 marker counters.
Not suitable for children under 36 months.
-Players hide objects in their house and try to find each others'
-Place green or red counters in the slots of the other player's home to mark where you have and haven't found objects
-Helps develop hand-to-eye coordination and thinking skills
-Great for social and communication skills
How does this help my child ?
Social skillsSocial skills
This toy helps your child learn how to make friends and enjoy company.
Hand to Eye CoordinationHand to Eye Coordination
This toy helps your child to develop good reflexes.
Problem solvingProblem solving
These toys teach your child to work things out for themselves.
delivery & returns
This product is available for:
Normally delivered within 4 working days (exclusions apply including postcode restrictions and extended timescales)
Delivery within 2 working days to UK mainland addresses. Regrettably this service is unavailable for deliveries to Northern Ireland.
Click and Collect Delivery
Collect from your local store. This service is available in the UK only.
ELC are happy to refund or exchange any unused merchandise returned within 28 days of purchase upon production of your receipt, as long as they are returned in an unused condition and in their original packaging. Please see Terms and Conditions for details. This does not affect your rights if the product is faulty or mis-described.