Get your critter dressed for the day when you play My First Game Critter's Closet, a mix-up, dress-up memory game. There are three ways to play, depending on the age and skill level of the players.
The first level works memory skills. Players dress up their animals in different accessories, and then spin the spinner to determine an action. Without peeking, let another player add, remove, or switch an accessory on your critter. Then, take a peek and identify how the animal has changed.
In the second level, you dress your critter to look like what's on the card you choose. Then spin the spinner and have another player add, remove, or switch an accessory while you close your eyes. Again, can you identify what has changed?
And in level three, kids use the cards to dress their critters and then shuffle the cards and play a memory/match game to find the card that matches their animal.
Thanks to each level of the game only having three steps of instructions, Critter's Closet is easy to learn how to play for the youngest players. While kids are having fun dressing up their cute animals, they're also working on paying attention to detail, organizing information in steps, building vocabulary, and working with others.
Critter's Closet is for two to four players ages 3 and up.
The game includes four animal boards, 20 Dress and Match cards, 40 dress up pieces, a game spinner, and a parent guide with three ways to play.
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