Race to fill your trolley with our bestselling game Shopping List!
Be the first to fill your trolley with all of the items on your shopping list, in this fun memory game.
Shopping List game has topped our sales list for over ten years and is our best selling game of all time. Now considered an Orchard Toys Classic, Shopping List continues to scoop awards, including Gold on the 2013 Mother and Baby awards!
Good Toy Guide
Winner Mother and Baby 2013
Educational Benefits of
Develops Matching and Memory Skills
Develops Personal and Social Skills
Encourages Observational Skills
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Simple but addictive
My grand-daughter had this game and it was always her favourite for several years. Now our very active great grandson (age 4) has had it as a Christmas present and absolutely loves it. Seems to be the only way to keep him still for a while!
Fabulous game, if I could rate this with more than five stars, it would be 10 stars +.
My children sat for hours playing this game. Fabulous!
Mary Proctor says:
I bought this game and the booster packs at the beginning of the year for my little boy, then aged just over 2. My son was a very slow talker and I used this game to help progress his talking, we made up our own game rules at the time (due to his age) and he absolutely loves this game.
We sometimes take the 'lists' shopping with us and my son uses them to find items in the supermarket and it keeps the trips 'fun'. He's nearly 3 now and we play more by the rules now. He never gets bored of this game - can't recommend it enough
Laura Campbell says:
Shopping Made Fun
This was one of the first Orchard Toy games we ever played. My friend bought it for my son for his birthday.
This is a really fun game that tests your memory skills. We also play it as a bingo game to help my youngest join in play too. Highly recommended and the add on packs are fab to expand play even further!
My little boy was given this for his 3rd birthday and loves it, he is always wanting to play it and he loves that all the family are playing together. Just need to work a bit more on him taking turns and waiting his turn!!!!!
Jennifer Jain says:
I was really pleased with this game, and my 3 year old son loved it. It has a simple premise - each player (of up to four players) has a shopping list with eight different items. Each of these 32 items is represented on a smaller card. The small cards are turned face down in the middle, and players take it in turns to turn over a card. If it is on their shopping list they add it to their trolley, if not they turn it back over and play passes to the next person.
The game involves matching the items to the shopping list, and also memory skills, as you can remember where other items from your list are if other players have previously turned them over. My son picked up the rules very quickly and was quite happy to play the game properly. He was absolutely delighted when he matched something from his list. What I particularly liked about this game was how my son developed it. When he had filled up his trolley he drove it over to me so that I could 'scan' the items. Then he loaded them onto his truck, took them 'home', then he 'ate' them for lunch. I could see that he could amuse himself with the game even by himself, and there are lots of other games that you could play with the pieces. You could make up a number of variations on matching and memory games. It could be played as a single player game, or else two people could play with two shopping lists each. It also works really well for players of different ages and abilities.
Sam Wyld says:
Fabulous for Gifts
Someone bought this for my son on his third birthday and it's turned into one of the most played-with things he owns. Before he understood about playing games, he used to make his own rules and he learned what all the items were called. We now play it properly and he still loves it (just turned four)... and the added bonus is, he loves to help put the REAL food shopping away!
I got this game a few weeks ago for my son and he loves it so much that it MUST be played every day at least four times so he can use all the lists. I'll will be looking for more of these games and jigsaws in the future. Keep up the great work!