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
My 5 year old loves playing with this, as well as her 7 year old sister! She feels so proud when she gets them right and is learning strategy as well as determination. Sometimes she will begin to get discouraged but will keep with it until she gets it right! This is a nice addition and a great way to keep a smaller sibling occupied while working with older students.
My son immediately gravitated towards this game and began playing it as soon as we received it. He has a little trouble pushing though hard things, but he didn’t mind doing with this game. It’s great to see him set it up independently and play alone as well. It’s something he desperately needs to learn to do. Love this game!
My 5 yo loves this game. One of her favorites.
Excellent puzzles for my kindergartener! Love that she can pull it out and complete independently! Also, fun for older kids, too!
Great little game for visual thinkers. It has been fun to see my son develop more thinking skills