Don’t leave their brains half-baked! With Smart Cookies your child will be learning to think logically as he devours 64 brain-building puzzles offered up in a yummy cookie format.
Develop Reasoning Skills in Snack-sized Bites
Using visual clues and some fundamental logic principles, your child will be asked to place Smart Cookies’ nine delectable treats on the tray. New concepts are introduced in a measured manner, each additional snack-sized concept requiring your child to use more complex reasoning skills. As he progresses through eight levels of deductive logic, he will develop and strengthen his reasoning skills while advancing at his own pace.
64 Calorie-free Cookie Puzzles
Sixty-four calorie-free puzzles make Smart Cookies an excellent hands-on introduction to logic. Smart Cookies includes nine cookies (in three shapes and three flavors/colors), playing board, a booklet that includes the 64 puzzles and their solutions, and an instruction booklet. Recommended for ages six and up, but with help a child as young as four would benefit from the skills taught in Smart Cookies.
Players: Single player
Age: 6+ (as young as 4 with help)
Time To Play: 5 minutes
Manufacturer: Foxmind Games
Made In: China
Awards and Endorsements:
Dr. Toy 10 Best Educational Games 2013
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
This is a great game for building thinking skills.
I cant say enough good things about this game! After opening it up and showing my daughter how it works, i started playing it before putting it away. Now I'm hooked and on puzzle 54...this gets your brain working overtime on the harder levels!
This game is super cute, with its cookies. They really look like play food and my younger kids want to play with them, too! My 6 yr old enjoys working through the puzzles. Great game!
My son did this last year and loved this game. It got very difficult by the end, but he really tried to power through it because it was just difficult enough to challenge him, but not so much that it discouraged him. He was 8 last year. My daughter is about to be 7 and is trying her hand at it, and it's a little more difficult for her to understand, so I'd say the better ages to use this would be about 7 to 8.
As soon as this game came, my kids were so excited to play it. The first couple were really easy, and eased my son into the logical thinking that he needed to use. I like how it slowely gets more and more difficult