Bunny Peek-a-Boo is a delightful brain game for your two- and three-year-olds. As they arrange the large, sturdy wooden blocks and lovable bunny to match the cards, they will develop the critically necessary skill of 3-D spatial perception, important for reading and mathematical reasoning.
A 3-D Puzzle for Young Children
Is the rabbit looking through the round hole or through the star-shaped one? Is it standing on top of the yellow, the red, or the blue block? How far do the ears of the rabbit stick out of the box?
Children can solve the challenges or just play with Bunny Peek-a-Boo as a wooden toy to explore concepts like above/below, inside/outside, visible/hidden, etc. Bunny Peek-a-Boo includes sixty challenges printed on individual cards; a red block, a yellow block, and a blue block; and the sweet bunny.
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Manufacturer: Smart Games
Made In: China
Awards and Endorsements:
Tillywig Top Fun Award Spring 2013
Årets Hovedbrud 2013 (Puzzle of the Year Denmark)
Parents Choice Silver Honor Award - Spring 2013 Games
Genomineerd Speelgoed van het jaar Nederland 2013
review by One Luckey Wife
”My daughter really enjoyed these. She didn’t want to stop playing with them. She used her creative skills and built things of her own with them. The best part is she gets critical thinking skills, creativity skills and listening skills just by playing with something that she enjoys and thinks is a game.”Read the Review
This was so cute and I got it for my nephew. It is such a great learning and thinking game for a two year old! My older daughter showed him how to play. It’s super cute for pre preschoolers!
My tots favorite!!
I really enjoy am happy with this game as well as Day and Night. The first couple of times we did together and now I just leave this out and love when it is selected and the kids work on the cards independently. It sparks a lot of logic and creativity in my opinion. I only wish this game came with a little card holder like the Day and Night one did. We ended up making one to go with it - but that's my only small complaint.
I enjoy playing this game with my daughter especially because it engages her critical thinking and perception skills!
We have a 6, 5, & 2.5yo and each child can take a turn with the cards provided!