This is the cutest game. My 5 year old got it for her birthday and we?ve given it as a gift to others since. The whole family likes it.
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WARNING - CHOKING HAZARD - Children Under 3
The game ends when the last Inch Worm is pulled out of the Grassy Mound. Connect Inch Worms from your Worm Pile together, head to tail. Now measure—the player with the longest connected Inch Worm is the winner!
Ready to play again? Flip the spinner and try the counting variation.
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Ravensburger North America
2 - 4 Years
Customer reviews & ratings
Great family game
Great family fun
Engaging, simple game with few rules. Ideal for young children. Great game for introducing turn taking and practicing developmental skills such as matching, counting, size comparison (ie short/long), and colors. Fun for families with young children (such as our own!).
Inch Worms is great game for parents to help younger children learn counting basics and color recognition while playing. It is also easy to allow your child to win - which makes playing the game with them that much easier. I would recommend parental supervision if the game is going to be played with only children (or older kids with younger kids) as it is easy to control the outcome if they are allowed to set the game up. I received this game in exchange for my honest opinion, it's a hit at our house!
Cute, well constructed, engaging game!
This game is appropriate for all 3 of my girls (8, 4, and 2). There is something for everyone here! Also, his game is so well constructed! I was concerned that the worms would fall apart after a few rounds (my girls are a bit rambunctious), but they aren't made of paper, they are heavy plastic!! My 8 year old loves to hypothesize whose worm is the longest, and then measure all the worms. It also has 2 ways to play, which is amazing for us because my 4 year old loves to play the same game over and over, but tends to get silly and lose interest. We just switch the spinner and have a second round!! We all stay happy and she continues to be engaged! It is also a quick game, which is awesome for some nights when we only have a few minutes. I highly recommend for anyone with young children! I received this game in exchange for my honest opinion.
Awesome game for kiddos
Absolutely adorable game. My children giggled like crazy the whole time we were playing! Ages 5, 7, and 9 were all occupied and wanted to play again and again. There are two ways to play, so children get to play by color AND play by counting! You pull the little “inchworms” out of the “dirt” segment by segment. This game helps children learn to take turns, learn to play carefully, and of coarse the colors and counting. The worms are made of a thick plasticy ribbon-like materal and I think it will hold up well. Five stars. I want to grab my niece a copy for her birthday.
Fun but spinner isnt great.
Has some issues. It is a really cute idea. My 5 yr old grandson likes it. The spinner is awful as far as getting it to actually spin. Such a simple thing to make correctly. The idea is cute. My grandson didn't seem to notice that the spinner was not great. We are having fun playing it.
Simple and Fun for pre-schoolers
Great game for preschoolers. It's educational and fun. My girls (3.5 and 5.5) were quite into it and competitive about their little worms. They enjoy playing it and had lots of laughs. I gave it 4 stars for a few reasons 1- it's a fun game, but fairly simple so while older kids may like it, it's better suited for younger kids who are less likely to lose interest 2- the worms could hook together a bit better 3- make sure the dirt piles are snapped in correctly or they'll pop out during play. Overall lots of smiles while playing. I received this game in exchange for my honest opinion..
Fun preschool game
My 4 year old and 6 year old really enjoyed this game and have asked to play it several times since we received it last week. Love that this game can be played with either the colors or numbers side of the spinner. The pieces seem to be constructed well and fit back into the box nicely. My main complaints with the game is putting the worms into the "dirt" mound and keeping all of the worm tails under the mound while playing. Overall this game is a great preschool game! I received this game in exchange for my honest opinion.
Great game to work on learning numbers and colors
The Inch Worm game is adorable and a fun way to incorporate counting and colors. I really like the versatility of the gameplay. One can play the game by spinning the wheel to determine the color to find when pulling the inchworm out of the hole. Or the game spinner can be turned over to show numbers. This allows play to pull the inchworm out by number sections as opposed to colors. This is the perfect combination for preschool aged students. Although I really like the concept of this game, I can not give it 5 stars for two reasons. First, it is difficult to get the worms threaded through the dirt. Along with this, the worms do not nestle well under the "grass mound". Secondly, for a preschooler, it is difficult to know how hard/how much of the worm to pull up before it is too late and the worm is out and the parent is spending time rethreading the worm. Although I love the concept of the game, there are few thing things that I would love to change to make the game even better. All in all, though, we enjoy playing the game and like the variety that comes with it. It is like playing two games in one. It is a great value and as with all Ravensburger products, the quality is top notch. This game was provided to me in exchange for my honest review.
Cute Game, but below my kids' education level
Inch Worms is a cute game that teaches colors and counting. I have a 3 and 5 yr old girls who love games, but they only enjoyed this one for a couple rounds of it. Both my kids already know colors and can count really well. This game might be more intriguing for kids who are still learning these basic lessons. Mine enjoyed making long worms over playing the real game. But overall, cute concept, and good value. I received this game in exchange for my honest review.
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