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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Pancake Pile-Up!™ Relay Game {Review + Giveaway}

With an active almost 4 year old in the house we are always looking for fun and educational toys and games to get us moving.  When I first read about the Pancake Pile-Up Relay Game I knew that this was a perfect game for Jude.  He loves playing games but has a REALLY hard time sitting and concentrating on the game. 

Not only is this game really fun but it will be a fun game to play on National Pancake Day!  Did you know there was a day just for Pancakes?  Yup there is!!  So on March 4th we will be having a Pancake Dinner and have some fun inside playing a little Pancake Pile-Up!  

Pancake Pile-Up!™ Relay Game {Review + Giveaway}

This game is an interactive game that helps your child have fun and burn energy but also LEARN while playing!  This makes me happy.  Basically the child looks at a menu card to build an order of pancakes and then has to run them to the table.  The game comes with 10 pancakes in 5 different flavors - blueberry, banana, chocolate chip, plain and strawberry; 2 plates, 2 pats of butter, 2 spatulas, 10 order cards and a game board.  
Pancake Pile-Up!™ Relay Game {Review + Giveaway}

The moment I opened this game Jude and Teagan started building stacks of pancakes.  The game pieces are well made and adorable!  

Pancake Pile-Up!™ Relay Game {Review + Giveaway}

We have played with this relay game inside and outside.  I think that is the beauty of this game.  Not only does it burn energy but it can be something that you know your children are actually learning when playing!

Pancake Pile-Up!™ Relay Game {Review + Giveaway}

I have seen the concentration in Jude's eyes when trying to build the right order but also when he is "running" his pancakes to the table.  He is care to not drop these pancakes, which also builds his fine motor skills!  Win Win!!  

Pancake Pile-Up!™ Relay Game {Review + Giveaway}

Teagan just likes to play with the game pieces.  Obviously this game is over her head but I love watching her try to build the pancake piles like her big brother.  

Pancake Pile-Up!™ Relay Game {Review + Giveaway}

Age recommendations for this game is ages 4 and up but Jude who is 3 caught on to the concept pretty quickly.  Even though Teagan doesn't understand the order cards she still enjoys playing with the game with Jude and us.  

We have had a great time with our Pancake Pile-Up!™ Relay Game!  This is not a game that everyone has so it would be a perfect Christmas or birthday gift for that hard to buy child who has everything.  Put this on your list to buy!  

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You can buy your own Pancake Pile-Up!™ Relay Game from Educational Insights for $17.99.  BUT first why don't you try to win your copy for FREE!  

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Disclosure:  I received one Relay Game to facilitate my review.  All opinions are my own.

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28 comments:

  1. Fun! I want to go to your house on March 4th.

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  2. My two younger boys would love this game.

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  3. I would give this to my daughter.
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  4. This sounds like a LOT of fun for the whole family! I like that it uses fine and gross motor skills. We'd use it for us...though I think our nieces and nephews would enjoy it, too!

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  5. Haha, cute game and I love all the learning components! I think it would be a great addition to a special needs classroom (or pre-k), so I would donate to my old elementary school.

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  6. This looks like a fun game for my daughter!

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  7. Looks SOO cute! I know my son would love this!

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  8. Oh it would be for my grandson and I. :) They moved back home with me last fall, so I am very blessed to be able to play with my grandson each day! We love to play games, and would really enjoy this one!

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  9. My 3 year old daughter would absolutely love this game ~ thanks for the opportunity!!

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  10. I think I would give this a shot with my 2.5 year old. She seems pretty quick to pick up on things usually. :) Looks like a cute game!

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  11. My nephew would love this game.

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  12. I would save it for a Christmas present, not sure who for yet.

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  13. I would give it to my 5 year old niece for her upcoming birthday.

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