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The practice of not counting your chickens before they're hatched is a very old one: as early as 1570, poet Thomas Howell wrote:
"Counte not thy Chickens that vnhatched be,
Waye wordes as winde, till thou finde certaintee."
But sometimes, if you're going to win, you've got to track your chickens very carefully, as in the game of Peek-A-Doodle Doo from Fat Brain Toys! This adorable preschool game doesn't require counting so much as matching and memory: players need to keep track of which chickens are sitting on an egg and which ones aren't in order to win.
The game has two phases:
Each player gets a Scoring Nest, where points are tracked by moving a colored Scoring Egg from space to space – each space is a picture of an egg that's more and more cracked, and the winner is the player with the least cracked egg!
Adorable game design really ramps up the fun: the chickens are cute little rubbery guys with tons of kid-appeal, and the cracked-egg scoring nest is so clever. There's no reading or counting required to play, so it's easy for even the littlest players to grasp the game, and practice their concentration and memory skills.
The Fat Brain Toy Peek-A-Doodle Doo game comes with 15 nests, 12 chickens, 12 white eggs, 4 colored Scoring Eggs, 4 Scoring Nests, and simple instructions, and is suggested for ages 3 and up.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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