Three voracious caterpillars are competing for the same apple. Apple Twist is a new logic game where the task is to place the 3-D caterpillars on the game board so that they all fit. The caterpillars are adjustable, and so is the apple gameboard! Divided into five rotatable sections, The Apple Twist gameboard has numbers on the front and letters on the back. Choose a challenge from the booklet and turn the apple segments as indicated. Then bend the caterpillars to fit, being sure that their heads are placed where shown. All parts of the caterpillar must fit within the Apple Twist dimples. There is only one solution for each challenge, but answers are included.
Apple Twist builds your child’s spatial awareness, logic, problem-solving, and visual perception skills. With 60 challenges from easy to expert, Apple Twist will keep your children working apple-ly for hours!
Step 1: Choose a challenge. Create the game board shown by twisting the correct sides of the apple into place. The apple game board is divided into five horizontal segments that can each be rotated 180°.
Step 2: Place all three caterpillars on the apple game board. Easy challenges offer hints about the position of some of the caterpillars.
Step 3: There is only one solution. The answer is shown at the end of the challenge booklet.
Double-sided, twisting game board
3 adjustable caterpillars
Booklet with 60 challenges and solutions
Stimulates the following cognitive skills:
Manufacturer's Information Manufacturer: Smart Toys and Games, Inc Age Recommendation: 5+ Grade Recommendation: Kindergarten+ Faith-Based: No Consumable: No Challenges: 60 Set Includes: 1 game board, 3 playing pieces, challenge and solutions booklet Number of Players: 1
review by Mombrite
”Made for kids ages 5 and up, Apple Twist uses the familiar concept of hungry caterpillars eating their way through an apple to challenge your kids’ spatial insight, visual perception, planning, and problem-solving skills.”
”The pieces are fun to twist, and they fit together nicely. The starter puzzles are easy enough to include this game in a preschool apple themed learning unit, while later puzzles become quite challenging.”