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Let's Grow The Life Cycles Game

Let's Grow The Life Cycles Game

Item #LER 2886  | Ages 5+
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Let's Grow The Life Cycles Game

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Fantastic Game!!!

By Familylicious

from Orange County

About Me Educator, Parent

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  • Can Withstand Use
  • Easy To Play
  • Educational
  • Entertaining
  • Fun
  • Interactive


    Best Uses

    • Children
    • Family
    • Preschool Class

    Comments about Let's Grow The Life Cycles Game:

    Learning Resources makes fantastic games and educational products that are sure to inspire your little one to learn and have fun while doing so! The Let's Grow! Life Cycles game is one of these great games. My daughter has been very interested in life cycles ever since her class hatched chicken and duck eggs last spring. This game is fantastic it energize learners with fun game pieces and encourages a deeper understanding of life cycles. This game reinforces understanding of developmental stages of a chicken, frog, butterfly and plant. This is fantastic children will not learn about just one specific animal and its journey through its different life cycles but an array of critters and even a plant! The game engages children as they race to complete a life-cycle puzzle using memory match strategies. To play you select a life-cycle game card: chicken, frog, butterfly or plant. You then use the spinner to move around the board using your pawn, uncovering puzzle pieces to fill in your life cycle. The first one to complete a life-cycle card wins! This game is absolutely fantastic my daughter has learned about these different living things and how they go through their different life cycles. It has definitely given her a better understanding of these specific life cycles and has opened her up to asking about other life cycles as well.

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