16th February 2016

Sophies Seashell Scramble Review

We have recently been sent a great game to review, it is called Sophie Seashell Scramble and was sent to us from Learning Resources.

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This fun, playful, pattern matching game is for 2-4 players and suitable  for ages 3+.

Whats in the box…

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Aim of the game…
To be the first person to match 5 shells with the pictures on the shell board.

Playing the game…
Each person takes it in turns to spin the spinner. Each section on the spinner means something different

 

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So we always play youngest goes first, take it in turns to spin. Make sure you use Sophie to pick up the shells and NO cheating.

Winning…
First player to fill their board with 5 shells.

Little Man really liked this game, he loved the fact that you have to use the Seal tweezers to pick up the shells. He is almost 5 and found it easy to use the tweezers. The game couldn’t be easier to set up as the bottom of the box is used as the sea where you scatter the shells for play. Once you can remember what each space on the spinner means then the game is easy to play too.

The game retails at £20.00 from learning resources. Why not take a look this is a great entertainment for the kids during half term too.

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8 responses to “Sophies Seashell Scramble Review”

  1. I love playing board games and the such, can’t wait until Toby’s ready to play them! This looks nice, glad Little Man enjoyed it!xx

  2. That looks fun! I do like playing board games with my 5-year-old too, especially over the weekend, just to distract her from watching too much tv 🙂

  3. Jodie says:

    Aw this is so cute. I wish it had existed when I was little!

  4. Kara says:

    This looks like a lot of fun

  5. Grant R says:

    Looks like a fun wee game! 🙂

  6. oh this sounds a very sweet activity I am sure my little people would love it

  7. Kizzy Bass says:

    I like the look of this. I think I need to add it to my present list so I don’t forget about it.

  8. Fi Ni neachtain says:

    This looks like such a lovely game, the illustrations on it are just gorgeous! I’ll have to look for this for my boy, I’m sure he’d love it!

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