Day and Night
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.
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Manufacturer: Smart Games
Made In: China
Awards and Endorsements:
Protégez-vous Magazine Seal of Excellence 2011
Grand Prix 2011 Best product on Toy Fair Prague
Swiat Przyjazny Dziecku Main Prize Winner “A child’s Friendly World” 2010
Smart Games Superproduct 2009
Timberdoodle 2011 Award Winner
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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.”Read the Review
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.”Read the Review
I really like this game because it is a little more challenging, at least for my daughter. It really made her think, in a good way!
Such a fun way for the little ones to learn critical thinking skills. Made from high-quality materials that will last a long time/
Friends of ours have this for their 2 year old, and highly recommended it. It’s fun, good quality, and educational!
I love learning tools that make my kids love learning. Day and Night is certainly one of them. My 2 and 4 year old fight over who gets to play. The product description is spot on for all the fabulous, fun features.
I really enjoy am happy with this game as well as Bunny Peek-a-Boo. 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.