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Peaceable Kingdom Count Your Chickens Award Winning Cooperative Counting Game for Kids

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Description

  • FARM FUN: The baby chicks have flown the coop & Mama Hen needs help to bring them back. Spin & count numbers to travel and collect chicks while working together. Gather all the chicks & everyone wins!
  • COOPERATIVE COUNTING: Remove competitive stress, empower young learners & teach kids that playing together can be fun! A counting game to help kids learn at a young age how easy it is to cooperate!
  • BENEFITS:Cooperative games cultivate emotional development, shared decision making, positive self esteem, creative problem solving and develop a sense of community in a non-stressful play environment.
  • WHO CAN PLAY: From 2-4 kids ages 3 and older can enjoy Count your Chickens. Includes: 1 game board, 1 mother hen with stand, 40 baby chick markers, 1 spinner and instructions. Game play is approximately 15 minutes.
  • PLAYING IS GROWTH: Frequent play for children is beneficial on many levels. Play creates opportunity for social skill development, numerous cognitive benefits, and can improve emotional well being.

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Customer Reviews

Great for 3 Year Old! VIDEO REVIEW Perfect for my 3 year old!*I am editing this review to add video on how to play. And update as we really love this game. Super easy and fun.The concept is simple. Get 40! baby chicks back to the coop!It involves counting and small preK strategy. My son is 3.5 yrs old. He is just getting heavy into board games. He could play them all day. His current favorite is HiHo CherryO. This sort of reminds me of that. It is pretty quick play. Short enough to keep my 3yr olds attention and fun enough he wants to play 2 or 3 times before he calls quits. Fun game!Object:Get all 40 chicks back to the coop before the momma hen gets back to the coop.In the Box:Spinner40 chicksMomma HenGame boardEverything is so solid and quality made. Very smooth and nice. My only worry is that I fear we may lose some chicks. But so far so good.Hopefully the video shows how quality this game is made. I am definitely looking to buy more from Peaceable Kingdom. My son just started preK and these games are perfect for them. 5They Hatched a Good One HereMy pre-school grandson has chickens in the yard and a learning curve that has the shape of the sharp end of a non-pointy isosceles triangle, so this is a perfect match in the "mastering numbers" department for his aggressive curiosity. What I liked especially was the variability within a big numbers-set, using many addition/subtraction pairings beyond the more common even-number, multiply-by-10 structures that little-people games rely on. If there's a drawback it's that there are a lot of small pieces, but a visit to a 4-year-old's room confirms that lots of pieces are a part of the picture at that age. Mom and dad catch the short end of that stick . . . but they're used to their part in post-toddler play. One more plus: the rules favor sharing over win-lose results; both 4-year-olds and chickens like that 5Fun cooperative game!Our 3 yr. old granddaughter and 5 yr. old grandson love to play board games! This is another fun cooperative game to play with them, or they can play with each other! 30 little chicks are scattered around the board, and as you spin to move the mother hen around the board, the goal is to be able to get all the chicks back in the chicken coup before mother hen reaches the coup. They love it! This is a great game for the 3 yr. old to grasp, and the game goes quickly (10-15 minutes), so it holds her attention. I would recommend this game for little ones! This Nana has so much fun playing with my grandbabies! 5Great for establishing a game routine and one-to-one counting!This game is simple enough for my 3 yr old and the adults in our home to play altogether. Let s face it, being 3 is hard! It s tough to, developmentally, living in a space where you THINK you can do everything on your own and, ACTUALLY, still need significant adult support to carry out lifes duties. This game is simple enough to practice mastery of counting skills as well as develop a fundamental understanding of how game pieces traditionally move on a game board. I d strongly recommend purchasing as a first introduction to board games and building routines in your own home. The only downside I can see is the extensions are a bit lacking; once Big Girl masters moving along a game track and one-to-one counting ratios, we will definitely need to purchase another game. Love that everyone can play together though. Big feels successful Playing with the adults, but I ll soon be looking for the next step in board games. 4Perfect gift!This is such a sweet little game for preschoolers. My daughter received it as a 3rd birthday gift and she loves it! It's a sweet, cooperative game where the goal is to work together to get all the chickens back to the chicken coop. You play as a team instead of against one another and either win together (get all the chickens to the coop) or lose together (don't get all the chickens to the coop). We just bought it for another little girl who is turning three. This may be our go-to gift for birthday parties this year! 5Boring and impossible to win.Boring game and nearly impossible to win. There are 40 spaces on the board and 40 chicks. So, if you land on the Fox once and lose a chick from the coop, you have to land on one of the five blue squares or you lose. If you hit the Fox twice, forget about winning at all. You could start out with fewer chicks, but this game is so boring, it's not worth it. Get the Hoot Owl one instead. Also, I had to file down the spinner, otherwise it only landed on the dog/cow axis. 1Super fun beginners gameMy granddaughter is 2 1/2. She's been asking me for her own board game as the adults in our family play board games all the time. So I set out to find a board game suitable for a 2 1/2 year old. I was happy to find the Peacable Kingdom games, and carefully read each review to see which game would be most suitable. There were two that seems appropriate and basic enough. I decided not to get the other game because you move by drawing a card with a color on it (like Candyland). I liked that this Chicken game had a spinner, as a kid I loved spinners! My granddaughter was so thrilled to have her own game. It is sturdily made. Too bad the main game piece is a plastic base with a cardboard figure inserted, it may get bent or broken. A solid plastic piece would be better.I started her with a simpler version of the game - just learning to move the chicken up the path. She was confused by the fact that if she spun a cow, there were several cow spots to move to. So she started making up her own games. She liked to spin the fox, then yell for all the chicks to hurry into the hen house. As she gets older, we can move her into more complex ways to play the game. A great choice, I'm glad we got it. 5This game is good to practice countingThis is a lovely cooperative game. You are in a race against time as you try to get the chicks all back to the coop before the chicken reaches the end of the game board. You use a spinner to find out which space you will go to next (each space has a different picture on it corresponding to pictures on the spinner). You count how many spaces you move, and put that number of chicks in them coop. Sometimes you land on the fox and have to take a chick out of the coop, and sometimes you land on a plus one space and add an extra chick to the coop. This game is good to practice counting, particularly for working on one-to-one correspondence. As other reviews have stated, there are a lot of small cardboard chicks to keep track of, and they are most definitely a choking hazard if you have younger children as well. I find that we almost always win this game, so there is not much suspense. I prefer Hoot Owl Hoot, which involves a little more strategy-- my four year old does too. I think he finds the counting a little cumbersome. But this is a good game for learning to work together, take turns, and count. I would recommend this for three or four year olds -- I think older kids will be bored. 4Great first board game, great customer service company.Adorable and fun game for toddlers! Started playing this with son when he was about 2.5. For a while he mostly just looked forward to using the spinner and landing on the fox so he could take chicks out of the hen house. A year later he is getting into the entire process of the game and it's simple but fun for the whole family. It's also easy to learn so it's great for sitters, grandparents and visiting kids.Broke the spinner and emailed the company - who sent a replacement very quickly. That was very much appreciated.The pieces are all VERY high-quality and more durable than typical board games, it was just abused by a curious and busy toddler. I was surprised how long it stood up to toddler abuse.Will be looking for more games by the same company in the future. 5Perfect Counting Game for Young Pre-SchoolersI got this for my three year old on her birthday, and it's a big hit around our house.The premise of the game is simple. Spin the wheel and move the mama hen along the board. Every space you travel, you get to put one chick back in the house (5 spaces, 5 chicks). Try to get all the chicks back before mama hen reaches the hen house. Roll the fox and you have to take one out.We "win" almost every time, which the three year old likes. And, she's practicing counting, which I like. She loves having a board game, just like her older sister (who has several). But, unlike older sisters games - she can do this one without being on a "team" with Mom or Dad. And, her big sister doesn't always win, since it's a cooperative game.This is a great game for early counters. I'd say 2-4 is the right range. My 5 year old likes to play it with her little sister. But, when the little one is down for a nap, she generally wants to move on to other, harder games.We are constantly fighting the battle of not losing the little chicks (and seeds in Seeds for the Birds). But, Peaceable Kingdom offers free replacement pieces. So, if they ever do disappear, it's not too big of a deal. 5
Peaceable Kingdom Count Your Chickens Award Winning Cooperative Counting Game for Kids

Peaceable Kingdom Count Your Chickens Award Winning Cooperative Counting Game for Kids

4.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 403.00
Sale price
HK$ 403.00
Regular price
HK$ 666.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 263.00)