Candy Landby Lisa Woodworth
Although the game is cute and colorful, it wasn't a huge hit at our house. My daughter was bored almost right off the bat. She has an active mind and we found that it really limited her imagination. Her attention was drawn away often. I think that if a child were just learning her colors this would be a great tool, but my daughter has known hers since she was 18 months old. I think if instead of colors, you flipped over numbers or letters or something it would challenge her more and keep her interested a little longer. The age suggestion is three to six. (My daughter just turned three.) Maybe once she learns that structured play and playing a game to win or lose, not just to play, can be fun, she just might enjoy this. We'll see.