Riddle Moo This – A Silly Riddle Word Game from Learning Resources {Giveaway}

learning-resources-logoI know I have said this before, but my girls love games. They take after their mama! They love playing – and winning – games. Losing? Not so much (we could say they get that from their Daddy…).

Learning Resources has become a go-to company for games that are both fun and educational in our home. The girls have had fun with each of the games we’ve tried, including Fruit Avalanche, the Pop Games Bundle and now Riddle Moo This.

riddle-moo-this-boxRiddle Moo This takes our everyday games like I Spy and 20 Questions to a whole new level. You and your munchkins get to answer questions like, “It’s a fruit, it can be red, and it crunches when you take a bite.”

Then you press the buzzer. The first person who buzzes in gets to answer, “An apple!”

riddle-moo-this-buzzersI like that each of the buzzers has a different animal sound so it’s easy to decide who buzzed in first. It solves a lot of disagreements between the younger ones about who buzzed first. You do have to provide your own batteries.

Riddle Moo This includes 150 double-sided cards with similar questions (one level on each side of the card).

riddle-moo-this-cardsWhile the game is designed for ages 5-8, even Kaylee (age 3) can follow along with one level of the game. That makes it fun for everyone.

We really like this game. If you’re looking for a game that helps encourage development of deductive reasoning skills and your child’s vocabulary, give Riddle Moo This a try.

It’s available for purchase on the Learning Resources website or Amazon.com.

The Giveaway

One Happy Mothering reader will win their very own Riddle Moo This game ($27.99 value). Enter via the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!
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  1. Nicole Bear says

    I would like to try the Cross-Town Coordinates™ Graphing Game. I think it would be great to help children when they are learning about graphing in math.

  2. rod jackson says

    love the teaching cashregister and the jumbo animal counters
    Rod Jackson
    mrsrodjac at hotmail dot com

  3. Betty League says

    I liked the toy – On the Autism Spectrum
    They are designed to help enhance self-management, cognitive skills…
    I have a very special someone who might receive one of these toys for Christmas. Tthank you for introducing me to this company.

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