Day and Night

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Product Code: 203-120

Timberdoodle's Review
Day and Night--Toddler Thinking Skills
Logic for toddlers? I love this Smart Game! Renowned for their single-player games for the older child, Smart Games now has games for the littlest thinker. Day and Night Logic Game is a charming game of logic using colors, shapes, and silhouettes. Each challenge is incrementally more difficult than the last and is geared for your child's growing and developing thinking and motor skills.

Eighteen Months to Four Years
The twenty-four vibrant Day cards clearly indicate where each colorful piece should be stacked. The more advanced Night cards show only silhouettes. Day and Night focuses on developing your child's visual sequencing and spatial problem solving. Day and Night includes ten chunky wooden puzzle pieces with twenty-four Day and twenty-four Night challenges. For eighteen months to four years.

From the Manufacturer:
Can you shed some light on the dark? Day & Night is a fun-filled game of logic that evolves in step with your child’s growing skills. Kids arrange and stack the pieces to match the challenges on the included challenge booklet. Just as night follows day, the "day" challenges provide a great start that gradually build up to the more advanced "night" challenges. 

IQ-Building Fun Develops:
  • Logical reasoning
  • Higher cognitive thinking
  • Visual and spatial perception

    Game Includes:
  • Stand
  • Ten colorful wooden blocks
  • Full-color booklet with forty-eight multi-level puzzles

    How to Play:
  • Choose a challenge according to the player's age.
  • Arrange the playing pieces to construct the scene shown on your challenge which is either in detail (Day) or only in outline (Night).
  • Check your "night" challenge by swiveling the challenge booklet around to look at the scene shown on the "day" side of your challenge--it should be identical.

    Manufacturer's Information:
    Copyright: 2008
    ISBN: 847563000265
    Faith-Based: No
    Manufacturer: Smart Games
    Made In: China
    Players: 1
    Age: 3+

    Awards and Endorsements:
    2011 Right Start Magazine Best Toy Silver Award (UK)
    2011 Protégez-Vous Magazine Seal of Excellence (Canada)
    2011 First Prize “Grand Prix 2011”, Best product on Toy Fair Prague (Czech Republic)
    2010 Main Prize Winner “A child’s Friendly World”, age 3-7 years (Poland)
    2009 I Have A Child Magazine Superproduct (Poland)

    CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
  • Day & Night Review by A to Z Learning Adventures

    review by A to Z Learning Adventures

    ”This is a great little game to foster independence and to get little ones critically thinking on their own.”

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    Day & Night Review by One Luckey Wife

    review by One Luckey Wife

    ”This game is such an amazing way to get those critical thinking juices flowing. I’d recommend this game or any of the other wonderful educational items from Smart Games.”

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    Day & Night Review by Homeschool & Humor

    review by Homeschool & Humor

    ”This fun wooden block game is undoubtedly one of the perfect brain development games for toddlers I’ve discovered recently that does some serious brain-boosting of those rapidly-developing toddler problem-solving skills. ”

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 69 reviews
    Kati C.
    3-year-old loves it!

    We purchased this for my daughter's preschool curriculum, and she loves it! It's so nice that she has something she can do independently while I'm assisting other children. It's engaging and fun for the littles!

    Elizabeth J.
    loved by both my kids

    This is a hit with both my 6 and 3 year old. I love that it can be easier and harder depending on which card for day or night you are working on. Great for multiple ages. We will get a lot of use out of this!!

    Pianjo G.

    This is a great toy. It is a little too old for a 3 yo. But it is great to learn perspective and I think that it will be awesome as my kid gets a little older.


    This was not entirely useful for my kid. She didn’t enjoy it so we just stopped doing it. I could see it being good for someone who is interested but my daughter just thought it was weird and wasn’t into it and I dreaded pulling it out for her to do so we just stopped.

    Great fun!

    Our curriculum came with two similar games, Bunny Peak-A-Boo and Day and Night. Bunny Peak-A-Boo was definitely the harder game of the two for my son. Day and Night contains high quality materials and incremental challenges. Plus, the blocks are just fun to play with and look at. This game is terrific.