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Great Barnyard fun
By Nancy @ Arizona Mama
from Glendale, AZ
Comments about Riddle Moo This™ - A Silly Riddle Word Game:
Riddle Moo This is a game for children ages 5 years old and up. Up to 4 players can play this game. The concept is simple and fun. There are 4 different buzzers that make a different farm animal sound. There are 150 double sided cards with 3 clues on each card. One player reads the clues and the other players buzz in when they know the answers. This game encourages listening, vocabulary, and possibly reading skills. There is a second level of play for a more advanced learning with the Barn Teaser cards. Some of the cards have the words Barn Teaser on them. If the player is able to change one clue and make a riddle with a new answer then they earn another card. I really like that there are 300 clue cards making less likely for repetitionI also really like that the buzzers can be used for any game. We could use them individually or together. They each require 2 AA batteriesRead more at http://www.arizonamamablog.com/2013/11/2013-holiday-gift-guide-learning.html#0PSqZESvrG5XSC7V.99
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Laughter and fun
By Praising Mom
from Le Claire, IA
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.
Riddle Moo Silliness!
By Jubilee Reviews
from Lexington KY
Each player gets a buzzer, each making a different animal sound. 4 players get to via for points by guessing the riddle on the card. There are three hints on each card. The reader reads one hint at a time as the children are poised over their buzzer. First to buzz in gets a chance to answer the riddle. If they miss you see if anyone else wants to guess. Then you go through the three hints until someone guesses it. If you guess the riddle correctly you win the card. First player to 10 cards wins. Getting the buzzers to go in turns was a little tough for my guys. They wanted to jump right in with their answer instead of waiting for the buzzer and being called on. It took a little bit of work but we learned to first press the buzzer and wait to be called on to answer. This game works best with similar aged children. Mine played with a teen and of course he was able to answer the questions much quicker than the 5 year old. I read the questions for all of them so that they had equal opportunity to answer. The animal farms are fun, and the kids tend to play with the buzzers even when the game is long done. I received this game in exchange for an honest review
Perfect for the classroom too!
By Put A Little Umbrella In Your Drink
I am going to use this game in my classroom. I needed some fun and educational games for free time. I love that this game will enhance my student's vocabulary and allow them to have fun at the same time. I am even planning on playing this with the whole class in teams. With the awesome buzzers, we can play Family Feud style! The four buzzers included make silly animal sounds that players can press when they know the answer. My students are going to LOVE buzzing in! My classroom is going to sound like a farm!*I received the product free of charge in order to do an honest review. All of my thoughts are 100% my own.*
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Fun for all
My whole family enjoyed this game. Our 5 year old loved the fun riddles and our 2 yr old couldn't get enough of the fun buzzers! Such a great family game!
Fun and Educational for the Whole Family
By Second Time Around
from Salt Lake City, UT
My 4 year old loves games, but a lot of his games aren't as fun for him because they aren't challenging anymore. This game is great because it really challenges him, gets him thinking, and the buzzers add extra fun and excitement. The buzzers are probably the best part of the game! The riddles are great and really get my son thinking. My husband and I have fun playing it with him and it definitely does not get old. I love that it is expanding my 4 year old's vocabulary. This is a great game and I would definitely recommend it. **I received the product free of charge in order to do an honest review. This in no way effected my review and my thoughts are 100% my own and others may have a different opinion.**
Great family fun
By Alesha @ Full Time Mama
We all really enjoyed playing the game, but before we could even get started I had to give the kids time to play with the animal buzzers; They are so fun with their mooing, neighing, crowing and barking! The buzzers alone would have been entertaining enough for the kids, but of course they were also anxious to play the game. I was pleased that there were a great number of cards so we didn't end up having the same questions every few games. I also appreciated the level of difficulty, with some easy and some more difficult to mix it up. My kids impressed me with how quick they were to come up with some of the answers, and it was fun to see that the questions presented a challenge for all of us at times. There were times my 5-year-old beat us all to the buzzer, and other times it was hard to tell who rang in first because they were all so quick! Yet other times there was silence until they finally gave up. Either way, we have so much fun!I love that the animal buzzers can be used at different times as well, making them great for other trivia games and even incorporated into our homeschool games! It's quite a laugh at times to suddenly hear a rooster crow or cow moo…We all have a blast every time we play the game or play with the animal buzzers. We're definitely enjoying our new Riddle Moo This game!*I received a product to facilitate my review. My thoughts shared are my own honest opinions.*
So mooch fun!
By Messy Mama
from Cincinnati, OH
My 4 and 6 year old girls have hours of fun with this game. It's not a game that my husband and I get bored out of our minds either, we have just as much fun!
Great Game for the WHOLE Family!
from Rosemount, MN
My children are still pretty small but my husband and I love to play games and my three year old has inherited this gene and is always asking to play "grown up" games with us that he sees lying around the house. We don't want him ruin our adult games but there seems to be a lack of good children's games out there.If you seem to have this same problem with finding great children's games, then let me recommend Riddle Moo This - A Silly Riddle Word Game from Learning Resources for your family game night! It is a great game for young children and even my three year knew some of the answers and, of course, LOVED the buzzers! :)What child would NOT love a game that includes animal sound buzzers, right??!For example, a card may read, "It's a fruit, it can be red, and it crunches when you take a bite." Buzz if you know the answer! My son was even beating us with some of the cards! :)What I really love is that this game features 2 levels of game play (age-appropriate common nouns) and Barnteaser cards for a critical thinking challenge! This way the game will grow with our children and will be part of our family game nights for many years to come!I definitely recommend Riddle Moo This for young children and for your family game nights! Even my little 1 year old enjoyed pushing the buzzer! :)
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A Real Winner!
By Erin Lowmaster
from Oregon City, OR
Riddle Moo This is a game recommend for children ages 5 and up that focuses improving and enhancing vocabulary as well as reasoning skills. The game itself is very appealing to my kids ages almost 5 and 2 years old. My kids are pretty keen on games and sometimes really surprise me with how much they already know (especially my two year old whiz of a son). They totally loved the farm animal theme and the quick pace of Riddle Me Moo and have asked to play it over and over again! The contents of this game included four generously sized different colored buzzers that each make their own sound such as a dog, horse, cow, and a rooster. The sounds ensure when you play you'll be able to recognize who buzzes in first with the correct answer! Do note that each buzzer takes 2 AAA batteries that are not included. Also these buzzers can be pretty loud if not placed directly on the table! My kids tended to love the buzzers a lot and were pretty excited about using them during game play and even when it was over! There are 150 double-sided riddle cards featuring 300 word clues total. There are two different colors of cards, the blue for a harder level of play and the red for easier which features more age-appropriate common nouns . You can choose to just use one color set or you can mix them to make things more interesting. There's also an advantage to any player that picks up a Barnteaser card which challenges a child even more by making up their own riddle by excluding one of the clues on that card! Goal is first person that correctly answers 10 riddles correctly wins but if you wanted too, you could mix things up to your liking. This game is a total of four players and there will need to be reader of the cards which could be a parent, teacher, or another child. The kids could even take turns being the reader. Storing this game is a breeze. The box is very durable and the buzzers and game cards sit snuggly inside without shifting around. Just be sure not to turn the box upside down or you might have a mess of cards when you take it out to play again. Overall, we really enjoy the game and are looking forward to lots more use of it. Any brain boosting game that my kids can excited about and can be challenged by in improving their vocabulary and thinking skills is a total winner!
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