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Add/Sub

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Name:  COUNT AND SEEK PET HOUSE
Category Kinder: Add/Sub
Game Rules: Rules
Description: 
These pets are “counting” on you for care. Count, add and subtract your way around the house, gathering items your pet needs. The fastest owner wins. Activity Guide offers 4 levels of challenge. Includes 4 pet pawns, 3 math dice, 20 matching cards and 4 house cards. For 2–4 players (Parents, too.). Board measures 19”L. Ages 4 and above.
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# of players: 
# sets : 4
Location: 1
Name:  SUM SWAMP
Category Kinder: Add/Sub
Description: 
Sum Swamp Addition & Subtraction Game Ages 4 and Up – Venture over the crocodile shortcut and through the swamp to the finish by adding and subtracting numbers on the dice. – Includes 17″ x 12″ game board four swamp creature game pieces two number dice and an operation die. – For 2 to 4 players. – Games/Manipulatives Type: Addition & Subtraction Game Age Recommendation: Ages 4 and Up.
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# sets : 5
Location: 3

Counting

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Name:  COUNT AND SEEK PET HOUSE
Category Kinder: Counting
Game Rules: Rules
Description: 
These pets are “counting” on you for care. Count, add and subtract your way around the house, gathering items your pet needs. The fastest owner wins. Activity Guide offers 4 levels of challenge. Includes 4 pet pawns, 3 math dice, 20 matching cards and 4 house cards. For 2–4 players (Parents, too.). Board measures 19”L. Ages 4 and above.
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# of players: 
# sets : 4
Location: 1
Name:  HISS
Category Kinder: Counting
Game Rules: Hiss Rules
Description: 
As each Hisss snake slithers its way across the playing area it introduces color identification and visual logic: Does it make sense to have a snake with two tails and no head? Are those two colors the same or not? Even elementary counting skills come into play during scoring at the end of the game. HOW TO PLAY: In this simple, elegant card game, players match colors and and make snakes from heads to tails. Long snakes, short snakes, purple, yellow and rainbow snakes. Finish a snake and add it to your snake pit. The player with the most snakes at the end of the game wins.
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# of players: 
# sets : 3
Location: 2

Matching

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Name:  HISS
Category Kinder: Matching
Game Rules: Hiss Rules
Description: 
As each Hisss snake slithers its way across the playing area it introduces color identification and visual logic: Does it make sense to have a snake with two tails and no head? Are those two colors the same or not? Even elementary counting skills come into play during scoring at the end of the game. HOW TO PLAY: In this simple, elegant card game, players match colors and and make snakes from heads to tails. Long snakes, short snakes, purple, yellow and rainbow snakes. Finish a snake and add it to your snake pit. The player with the most snakes at the end of the game wins.
Picture: See Game
# of players: 
# sets : 3
Location: 2

Strategy

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Name:  COUNT AND SEEK PET HOUSE
Category Kinder: Strategy
Game Rules: Rules
Description: 
These pets are “counting” on you for care. Count, add and subtract your way around the house, gathering items your pet needs. The fastest owner wins. Activity Guide offers 4 levels of challenge. Includes 4 pet pawns, 3 math dice, 20 matching cards and 4 house cards. For 2–4 players (Parents, too.). Board measures 19”L. Ages 4 and above.
Picture: See Game
# of players: 
# sets : 4
Location: 1

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