Kids loved searching the four market stalls arranged by category–toys, food, clothes and the bakery–to make a match on their shopping list. Perfect for preschoolers learning vocabulary in categories as well as building memory skills, “Gone Shopping Game” includes familiar foods and objects in a child’s everyday experience. Setting up the game is even a language learning experience as kids match the picture tiles by color and category, placing bananas, broccoli and oranges in the food market, a ball, boat and teddy bear with toys, socks, skirt and mittens with the clothes and a donut, cake and bread with sweets. Galt’s durable, thick cardboard, wipe-off game pieces are clearly designed for repeat kid play. With two game options, players turn over item pieces one at a time to make a match with the pictures on their shopping list. Pretty soon they were calling out, “I need a toy,” or “I need food,” as they sought to match an item on their list by category. “Gone Shopping” makes language learning fun!
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