Game Go Away Monster

Game for Toddlers, Small Kids Reduces Fear of Monsters

Kids board game that reduces fear ofmonsters while teaching sharing, counting, and the difference between what isreal and what is imaginary.

Board Game: Review from CyberParent

Go Away Monster!  

Let your kid rid his/her room of scary monsters with a game which:

  • Makes a great first game.
  • Has a playing board and pieces like the older kids use.
  • Teaches sharing.
  • Promotes recognition of objects.
  • Teaches counting.
  • Teaches the difference between what is real and what is imaginary.
  • Has a short playing time.
  • Makes monsters go away!

 


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Each of four players has a playing board designed to look like a child’sroom. Players take turns reaching into a “monster bag” and feeling for pieces of furniture needed for their rooms. 

If they pull out a monster instead, they can hide it or throw it away whileshouting. "Go Away Monster."  Parents can help make thisgame fun and giggly by hamming it up.

Since players can help each other or compete with each other, the gamewill fit different types of children. 

Being afraid of monsters is a natural part of growing up. This game helps put those fears to rest.


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Go Away Monster! is a excellent first game which can be enjoyed by children as young as twoyears of age.  Also suitable for speech delayed and autistic kids.

Larger illustrations here.

Manufacturer’s Suggested Age: 3 years and up. CyberParent suggest 2 to 3 years of age as most appropriate–in some cases 4 years of age.

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD- Small parts. Not for children under 5 years. 

Game-Toy Review by Donna Green: Copyright © 2004 CyberParent. All rights reserved.


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