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Today I’d like to share a game from ThinkFun with you, Hoppers Peg-Solitaire Jumping Game. My son enjoyed reviewing this game. It’s for ages 5 and up but can be enjoyed by most toddlers.
The game comes with 40 challenges in different levels, from easy to super hard. I was able to do a super hard in under a minute. I did not ask my son to do any challenges but can see that the easy are very easy.
My son enjoyed counting the frogs and moving them around the board.
He was easily able to move them from peg to peg.
My son, who is not yet two years old played with it for about 15 minutes the first time.
To play Hoppers peg-solitaire jumping game, you set the frogs on the pond, then jump frogs until only one is left standing.
The board holds the frogs and cards inside making it great for travel.
It was while my assistant was playing with them that I realized the pegs are round, and the frogs have a hexagon opening on the bottom.
Educationally this game can teach your child sequential reasoning as they learn the steps to solve the puzzles.
Children also get to practice focus and attention, perseverance and confidence building.
Overall this is a great travel game for kids. It’s small, lightweight, educational, fun, and multi-level. This game is available on Amazon.com