Friendship is a beautiful thing, but when playtime results in chaos, someone needs to tidy up. The animals on the farm have made a mess of things, so the Smart Farmer’s goal is to put away each animal into his own pasture. However, the farmer has only three fences to divide his field into separate meadows for the horses, cows, sheep, and pigs. Please don’t forget, each meadow will need its own source of water. With 60 different challenges, Smart Farmer teaches spatial insight, planning, concentration, problem-solving, and flexible thinking.
Challenges: 60, easy to expert
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
review by Laura Noelle
”I think Timberdoodle is spot on with including this in Kindergarten with the average 5 or 6-year-old being able to complete the challenges, possibly for years to come.”Read the Review
review by The Youth Pastor's Wife
”If you are thinking about a curriculum for building thinking skills, this game might be perfect for your 5-10 year old! It's cute, fun, and very educational.”Read the Review
My child enjoys this game. You can see the wheels turning while they play.
Timberdoodle does it again. Another fun game that my son enjoyed playing. Cute little animals AND practice with thinking skills? Win win.
Great game for practicing critical thinking skills
The cutest little farm animals and the most creative little puzzles. So fun! We can't get enough!
He needs to persevere through challenging things. He works on this during his solo time. He enjoys it and it stretches him. Love it. Plus I like doing it too. 😃