Three Little Piggies Smart Game
Our price: $25.50
I love the thought behind this logic puzzle specifically designed for preschoolers. Each of the three puzzle pieces features a windowed house so that your child can keep track of the placement of the pigs. During the day the pigs frolic in the river, but at night, when the wolf is about, they need to be safely tucked into their homes. The challenge of the game is to place the three large puzzle pieces on the game board so that the pigs stay outside during the day and inside at night. Also included with the game is a sweet 24-page wordless picture book with their version of the story of the Three Little Piggies. This is a perfect brain game for young children.
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
review by Flanders Family Homelife
”I love the sense of accomplishment on this 4-year-old’s face when he figures it out on his own. Don’t you know he’s proud of himself?”Read the Review
review by One Luckey Wife
”My daughter absolutely loves Three Little Piggies! ...My favorite thing is when she finds a solution that isn’t the one suggested in the challenge book. It shows me that she is really gaining the critical thinking skill.”Read the Review
This is the most frequently played game in our house since we got it. Our 4 year old gets the biggest smile when she figures out the answer, and I love that she can play by herself and not call for me to help every 5 minutes. Tried this game myself one night and was surprised at how fun it was even as an adult! I almost didn't get this with our curriculum but it was the best choice!
My daughter has yet to show interest in this game, but I know she'll grow into it and love it. My older child has several Smart Games, and we them all.
My kids love these games (they are 3 & 5) and I highly recommend them to other families! They are well made, fun & challenging!
I love the book and game. The only thing I don’t like is the lack of storage. I only wish it came with some way of keeping all the cards and pieces together.
My 3 yr old gets frustrated easily when things don’t work. It’s a puzzle game that is helping him to think and try different combinations until all the pieces work together. I am often side-by-side with him on this game as it might be a little advanced for him but as we work together I see his face light up when he figures it out and I see his brain working when he doesn’t.