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Where's my Cupcake?
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Collect and match your cupcakes in this fun, sharing game.
See how many delicious cupcakes you can match and collect in this fun-filled game. Remember your manners, as other players offer to share their cupcakes with you.
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124 of 247 people found the following review helpful:
I'd never have bought it, but it's brilliant!
My 5 year old daughter got this for her birthday. I have to admit I was skeptical as it's pink and the game looked a bit dull. However it's actually a brilliant game as the art is lovely, it plays quickly, encourages good manners as my children love giving cupcakes away.
212 of 417 people found the following review helpful:
Wheres my cupcake game
This is a fabulous game. My 4 year old granddaughter received this for her birthday. I'm buying one for my 6 year old niece. I love playing it too and I'm 64!
669 of 1276 people found the following review helpful:
Excellent Game of sharing
This is an educational game that emphasises table manners and learning to share while collecting and matching your cupcakes. It contains 10 different types of delicious cupcake cards (total of 40 cards), 4 different colour plate boards, 1 recipe board and 1 instruction leaflets. It is suitable for age 3+ for 2 - 4 players.
The objective is to collect the most cupcake cards on your plate board. When you are unable to match any face up cards on the table or your own pile, the player will check on other players' plate board. If the other player already has it, you will ask that player -
"Would you like a cupcake?".
That player should be encouraged to reply "yes please" and "thank you".
Both of my children aged 3 and 4 obviously love this game and we have played it countless times. They get so excited seeing the colourful cupcakes and have learnt different names for the different cupcake decorations.
To make this game more interesting, I used my mini cupcake holder to lay the card for display.
The quality of the cupcake cards are made from thick cupboard, easy to hold, smooth edges, bright and colourful.
After playing the game, Caitlin is able to speak the whole sentence "would you like a cupcake?".
Besides matching the cupcakes, we also use the cupcake cards to play snap.
Overall, I rated this 5 stars out of 5. It is another fabulous product by Orchard Toys.
624 of 1267 people found the following review helpful:
As with all Orchard Toy games, my two children loved this matching game. It is fun to play and helps to encourage sharing and nice play - which isn't always apparent with sibings! Good quality and I'm sure we'll get a lot of use out of it.
672 of 1319 people found the following review helpful:
This is a lovely game with a simple premise which is perfect for 3/4 year olds to help teach them matching skills and for practising manners.
737 of 1354 people found the following review helpful:
It is a game for children (and big kids alike) of 3+ and is suitable for 2-4 players. This game has been played lots of times by us now (sometimes several times a day) as my Daughter (the 5 year old games expert of the family) is absolutely in love with it.
It's a game that encourages children to share and be polite, as well as to use their skills in finding pairs, by sheer luck or by using their memory. They will get very excited as they build a tower of successful pairs and part of the game is to offer cakes to other players if you are unable to match and another player has the opportunity saying -
"Would you like a cupcake?"
The response naturally is -
"Oh yes please, thank you"
This game is typically Orchard Toys, with very colourful, thick card pieces that will encourage your children to play for many years to come and still be in good condition to pass on when they have outgrown it.
See the rest of my review and other Orchard Toys at http://honiebuk.wordpress.com
678 of 1381 people found the following review helpful:
Most fun I've had without actually eating a cupcake!
I love the concept of this game as I'm a bit of a cakeaholic. The kids loved finding the matching cupcakes and counting out how many they had to see who had won. Great for shapes, colours, sharing and counting. Encourages social skills and manners too!
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