What child does not thrill to knights, princesses, and castles? Camelot Jr. has all that and more. The noble knight and the gentle princess long to be reunited. Can your child create a path for the knight and his princess to be together using these beautiful hardwood towers and stairs? The knight and princess can only walk up stairways or along the tops of walls.
Quality Wooden Pieces
With forty-eight challenges of increasing difficulty, Camelot Jr. will give your children hours of brain-stretching fun! Camelot Jr. includes game rules, booklet with challenges and solutions, and lovely hardwood game tray and pieces.
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Manufacturer: Smart Games Copyright: 2015
Made In: China
Manufacturer's Age Recommendation: 4-9
Awards and Endorsements:
Trophées Flip catégorie enfance 2008
Super Trophées Flip 2008
ITSA Best Game Award 2009
Seal of Excellence 2008
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
review by Mombrite
”We are a big fan of gameschooling, and Camelot Jr is one of our favorite puzzle games to keep in our homeschool arsenal. It looks deceptively simple with only 8 wooden blocks, but when you try and beat the challenge, you quickly realize that less is more.”Read the Review
My boy loves this game. I feel some of the smart games these kits come with are too easy and the kids don’t enjoy it as much but this one was really good for my 4 year old it starts out super easy but there are actually very difficult tasks involved at times that really requires some creative thinking. Great game.
My son enjoys this but not as much as night and day. mostly he prefers to make his own castles but that's still good thinking skills. My older kids have enjoyed it as well.
My little boy loves this challenging game. I can see his little brain working while he tries to solve the challenge. It's very well made and makes for a fun school day.
This was one of my daughters first opens right out of the elite kit. She loves building and solving the puzzle. We love how the builds get progressively more challenging.
My son (4) begs to play this game as our first subject of school every day! The difficulty of the challenges definitely increases quite a bit after the first 20 or so which means that for now I randomly pick from the first 20 challenges each morning we start with this game. I figure that when he catches on it will be time to move on to the harder challenges. He absolutely loves this game, and I love watching him gain confidence and reasoning skills as he thinks about how to solve each level.