- Colour good size pieces
- Magnet could be a little stronger
Published on: 08 January 2015
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product code: 124816
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Take turns to add cheeky monkeys … until they all fall down. Monkey Business is great game for all the family to play.
Monkey Business is fun game where players take turns to hang cheeky monkeys or gorillas on the tree. Each player spins the dial to see how many monkeys (or big gorillas) to add. Players can add more and more – until all the monkeys fall down into the crocodile swamp. You can hang monkeys by their arms, legs or tails, and count them up to see how many were on the tree. For older children, divide the monkeys by colour, so each player has different coloured monkeys. Once the tree falls, you count the monkeys each player had on the tree, and the one with the most wins. The cheeky little monkey characters in the Monkey Business Game are so friendly that your child can add in some imaginative play to a fun hand-to-eye coordination challenge. This is a great game to play with all the family. Counting monkeys is good counting practice too.
•Monkey Business Game is a fun family game
•Take turns to hang cheeky monkeys on the tree
•The game's over when the tree falls down
•Enjoy counting the monkeys too
Great for your child's development:
Playing a simple game together is a really fun way for your child to learn good social skills, and Monkey Business Game is a great first game for your child. Learning to take turns, remembering how to play and balancing the monkeys on the tree are all useful skills for your growing child. Carefully hanging the monkeys on the branches helps your child develop hand-to-eye coordination and fine motor skills which are so useful for drawing, dressing and writing – and all kinds of play. Learning to wait their turn and watching the Monkey Business Game unfold is good for developing patience and understanding how to behave in a group – useful for nursery and school. And of course counting up monkeys is a fun way to learn to count.
ELC star quality:
We love the Monkey Business Game because it's so simple but such fun. It's a really good first game for you to enjoy as a family. The Monkey Business Game helps young children understand how you play games. The cute monkeys and the scary swamp also mean that the Monkey Business Game is fun for your little one to enjoy by themselves – it's a good setting for some fun imaginative play. Just watch out for those hungry crocodiles.
What you need to know:
-Pack contents: 1 x game base with spinner, 1 x tree trunk, 1 x leaf canopy, 32 x monkeys, 4 x gorillas.
-Other toys and accessories available separately
Safety warnings: Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts.
One, two, tree
Let's hang cheeky monkeys on the tree. We can add more and more until … they all fall down: uh oh.
Let's spin the dial to see how many monkeys you have to hang on the tree.
We can choose different colours; hang them by arms, legs or tail, and count up all the monkeys.
Developing a steady hand
Counting the monkeys
Everyone to enjoy together
Exploring colours and shapes
Learning all about balancing
Learning to share and take turns
Developing matching and sorting skills.
This toy helps your child learn how to make friends and enjoy company.
This toy helps your child to develop good reflexes.
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|Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 33 reviews|
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