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Learning Resources- "Riddle Moo This" Game Review and Giveaway

Let the barn animals free!  WARNING- playing Riddle Moo This will cause others to think live farm animals have invaded.  :)

Thank you Learning Resources for sending me this game to conduct a review and one game to the winner of the giveaway.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions are 100% mine. 

About the game:
Cock-a-doodle do you know the answer?! Giggle, learn and grow vocabulary with this exciting riddle game! "It's a fruit, it can be red, and it crunches when you take a bite." Buzz if you know the answer!
  • Features 2 levels of game play (age-appropriate common nouns) and Barnteaser cards for an extra challenge!
  • Includes 4 animal-sound buzzers and 150 double-sided cards
My Review:
My daughter was the first to play this game and she was slow at first to understand how riddles work.  Once the connections were made she enjoyed the questions.  My 2.5 year old son might not be at an appropriate age to play the game the animal noises were too much fun not to allow him to join in on the action.  

I also took this game to my classroom.  I love the thinking process for some of my students.  I have a few students that are very bright so answers would immediately come to them while a couple students would need more time to make the connections.  

There are so many cards that this game will be able to be played for several hours.  I have had to bring it to and from school because I have requests coming from home and school of kids wanting to play with it.  

The only suggestion I would give to the company is to have a volume control on the animal sounds.  I would prefer them to be turned down just a little bit.  Overall if you are trying to teach some kids new words and make some connections this is a great game.  Check out Learning Resources today!   

Suggested age: 5-8
Retail- $27.99

Time to enter the giveaway!! This would make an excellent gift for Christmas!  

1 lucky winner will win a new "Riddle Moo This" game. 
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Unknown said…
I like their trifacta game also
Emi said…
The Jumbo Endangered Animals would be what my kids would like most.
Cassie Eastman said…
I would love the Pretend & Play® Calculator Cash Register for my 4 year old!
Maria K said…
I like the Talking Electron Microscope.

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