Walk the Dog

Walk the Dog

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Our price: $19.99

Ages: 7-Adult

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Product Code: 203-042

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Walk the Dog
Pet ownership mushroomed during the recent pandemic, causing such a high demand for dogs that some shelters ran out of adoptable dogs! Adapting to a new furry friend can be chaotic even without the added burden of social distancing. With Walk the Dog, your student will recreate likely scenarios and then use logic and deduction skills to keep the dogs from disaster. Three different dog-walkers, each with a leash of a specific length and a stipulation that all leashes need to be taut and cannot cross, is a great place to start. Then add in the rule that no pets can be adjacent, throw in a tree and a couple of cats: you now have a game that develops planning, spatial insight, problem-solving, and concentration skills. There are 80 challenges from easy to expert.
Walk the Dog includes:
  • A game board
  • Three dog walkers with dogs
  • One additional dog
  • Two cats
  • A tree
  • A challenge booklet with 80 challenges and solutions

  • Manufacturer: Smart Games
    Age Recommendation: 7+
    Challenges: 80
    Players: Single-player
    Faith-Based: No

    CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

    Walk the Dog Review by One Luckey Wife

    review by One Luckey Wife

    ”Our daughter really enjoyed this one. She even started to make stories while playing so she was also working those creativity skills.”

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    Walk the Dog Review by Mombrite

    review by Mombrite

    ”If your kids love dogs or have a dog, they will get a kick out of this Walk the Dog logic game. It’s a great addition to your homeschooling curriculum to develop your kid’s analytical and thinking skills.”

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Walk the Dog

    My daughter really likes the challenge as we move through the game. I love how its easy for her to do on her own while I work with her brother with his schooling. So far she keeps asking to do more challenges.