Little Red Riding Hood
The idea is simple: you have a girl, her grandmother’s house, and some obstacles - in this case, trees. The object of Little Red Riding Hood is to connect the girl and the house using flower-strewn tiles to create paths. However, the house has 3 doors so it’s not always obvious what door you are connecting to. Add in a very hungry wolf needing a path of his own and the difficulty level increases. Little Red Riding Hood game includes a picture book with the story of Red Riding Hood.
If you would like to know a little more about the game, the creator of the game shares the story behind the creation of the game here.
Age Recommendation: 4-7 Years
Players: Single Player
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
review by Cosmic Montessori School
”We really love this little set. We love that it suits multiple ages. We love that the bright colors and simplicity of design basically beg for it to be touched.”Read the Review
review by Flanders Family Homelife
”In an age where so much of children’s education and entertainment is taking place on a screen... I am grateful for hands-on games and puzzles like Little Red Riding Hood that keep my kids happily occupied and mentally engaged without the use of a digital babysitter.”Read the Review
We recently received this game in our kindergarten set. Our 5 year old son immediately played with it and loved it! So do our 10 and 14 year old daughters who have to work to solve some of the harder challenges. It’s a great family activity!
This has been a great way to get my 5 year old to flex her brain muscles and problem solve.
We have most of these smart games and we love them! This one is great for younger kids but challenging enough for upper elementary school kids. This game is a lot of fun and I highly recommend it.
I love how it progressively gets more challenging without being overwhelming. Subtle yet effective.
We’re huge fans of these smart games. This one is especially cute. They are all very different games but generally have the same principle. One thing they have in common- they’re all fun and keep my kids entertained!