ELC Honey Bee Tree Game
Bee careful - pull out the leaves but don't let the bees wake and drop from the honey pot.more information
Features and benefits for ELC Honey Bee Tree Game
- A game of skill for all of the family
- Remove the leaves without letting bees drop from the honey pot
- For 2 to 4 players
- Components are easy to grip
- Great for encouraging strong hand to eye coordination skills
- A great gift for birthday parties, and brings a buzz of excitement to wet days.
- Suitable for children over 36 months
Want To Know More?Bee careful - pull out the leaves but don't let the bees wake and drop from the bee hive.The Honey Bee Tree game is a great game of skill for all the family. Take it in turns to pull the leaves from the tree – but don't let the bees drop from the tree-top honey pot. If you have the least grumpy bees in your tray from the honey bee tree, you're the winner. Quick facts:•A game of skill for all the family•Remove the leaves without letting bees drop from the bee hive•For 2 to 4 players•Suitable for children 3 years +Great for your childs development:Honey Bee Tree is an engaging game that will encourage children to use their skill and patience during play. Even the youngest children can play, with bright and colourful components styled from nature – but their skills will improve as they get older. Hand-eye co-ordination is the key to the game, with very simple rules that will enable all children to become involved quickly. A range of other playing ideas are suggested with the game to extend the playing options of the honey bee tree as children grow older.ELC star quality:We love this game because of its beautifully moulded components that reflect nature. The cute and sleepy bees sit within a golden hive, nestled in an old oak tree with tactile leaves in shades of green. There are lovely personal touches that can enhance play, such as shouting Buzz when a bee drops from the hive. Imagine the bees are asleep and play quietly to get the best effect.What you need to know:The game comes with easy to grip components that are simple to put together. Inserting the 32 leaves before you start play can take some time, but can be made fun not a chore. And popping the 30 bees in the hive is fun too.We recommend supervision of younger children because of some small parts, including the bees and leaves. No batteries are required.Self-assembly: The honey bee tree takes only moments to put together, and does not require screwdrivers or other tools. The components push together.Safety warnings: Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts.Playing tips: Count the bees, either to see who has won the game or how many bees were asleep in the hive. Say 'buzz every time a bee falls into the tray and do an extra BUZZ for the winner before the next buzzy game begins.A great gift for birthday parties, and brings a buzz of excitement to wet days.Don't Forget...Mothercare has a gorgeous range of basic clothing which is great for nursery or school.