Educational Insights Peekaboo Barn Game

E-i-e-i-oh! get little ones working together in this farm in’ fun animal game based on the preschooler app sensation, Peekaboo barn! take turns spinning the animals to see who needs your help to hit the hay and go back to the barn. Say the animal sound out loud and move your animal to the barn for bedtime. Beware, if you spin the rooster, your sleepy animals might wake up! help all the animals to bed and win. Includes a 3-D barn, eight farm animals, and easy-to-learn instructions. For 2–4 players. Ages 2–4.How to play1. Set up the barn and place all the animals on the ring around the barn, awake-side out. Take turns pushing the silo to spin the animals to see which ones are sleepy. 2. Once an animal lands in front of the barn doors, say its sound and move it inside the barn, sleepy-side out. Rolled the rooster? say “cock-a-doodle-doo” and wake one animal. Put it back outside the barn, on the surface, and keep playing. 3. Continue spinning until all the animals—except the Rooster’s asleep in the barn.

Product Features

  • Get little ones working together in this farming’ fun game based on the preschooler app sensation, peekaboo barn
  • Take turns with the barnyard spinner to see which sleepy animal needs your help to hit the hay
  • Includes a 3-D barn, 8 farm animals, and easy-to-learn instructions
  • The perfect first game for toddlers
  • For 2-4 players; ages 2+

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|| Comments

    By Heather David on May 25, 2017

    Very cute and fun toy for little ones! Both of my children love this toy! It’s pretty engaging for my 2.5 year old and 4.5 year old alike. They both enjoy pressing the silo and making the animals spin around. My 4 year old enjoys making the animals sounds based on which animal lands in front of the barn doors when it spins. I think it’s pretty durable, because despite all of the spinning, those little animals do not go flying off. The kids pick up the barn and move it around the room all day, and it has been dropped a few times…

    By Melissa N on May 25, 2017

    Great game to teach early social skills This is a great game that is simple enough for a 2yr old and helps to introduce the concept of taking turns. My son loves to push on the silo and make the animals spin. Just a warning the animals take a firm grasp to take off, but I think this is actually a good thing. You don’t want those little hands loosing the cute little animals, so it is better that they have to be supervised to remove them. Also it’s pretty well made, as I have found most of the Educational Insights toys to be. All…

    By Anonymous on May 25, 2017

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