Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Noodleboro Learning to Listen Game

Thanks to MomCentral, our family was able to try out the new Noodleboro Learning to Listen Pizza Palace game from Hasbro. There are actually three games in this series by Hasbro, The Learning to Share Fun Park game, and the Learning About Manners Picnic Basket game are the other two. Since listening isomething we really trying to work on, I was happy to find that we would be reviewing the Learning to Listen Pizza Palace game.

The game is darling, with two pizza boxes, 2 blank pizzas, 25 toppings cards, 2 sets of toppings, and a scorcard. It also came with a book about the pizza parlor and a cd to listen to while playing the game. The reccommended age group for this game is 4 and up and it is for 2-3 players. To play children need to take the customer’s order and then make and serve the pizza to them. In order to make the pizza correctly children need to pay attention, actively listen and remember what they’ve been told. The player that makes the most pizzas correctly wins.

JJ thought the concept was fun, but my niece and nephew (ages 5 and 7) found it pretty easy without increasing the topping orders to five or six toppings. On the whole, it was really fun and I would totally reccommend this game. It was great to have a game to play with JJ at such a young game.

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7 comments:

MamaGeek said...

I love games like that (you know something I can eve play). Cute concept.

Kara said...

Great post. I am glad JJ had fun playing the game such listening is such an important skill to develop. Hope you continue to have fun :)

Linds said...

We'll have to give something like this a whirl.

Gustogirl said...

Piipiing Hot Pizza! It was fun to play!

KiMnRoB said...

What will they think of next? What a great game for the littles to play. Learning should be fun!

Nap Warden said...

Cute idea...sounds fun:)

Jennifer said...

I just wanted to thank you for doing this review with the link for the survey. Yesterday in the mail I received our own Listening Pizza game. My son absolutely loves it. Thanks!!!