My 2 year old and I loved this toy until we discovered that there aren't enough blue pegs to fill the blue holes in one of the pictures. My daughter was feeling very proud of her matching skills until she felt confused, wondering if she'd done something wrong. We spent some time searching for the missing pegs, assuming that a toy designed to teach children color sorting and matching skills would provide enough pegs to complete a picture. When we read the box and counted the number that was provided, we discovered that there simply aren't enough to complete the picture. Now, I'm all about creativity, but when a game has the word "match" in its title, I get the impression that it's about matching like colors.
Love the product but the thing that is bugging me is that it's missing the color blue and some of the vegetables and fruits could be confusing to little ones. (Ex: red, yellow and green apple as well as the yellow, orange and green bell peppers)
My grandchildren were very excited when they opened this package on Xmas. Had a lot of fun playing with these at our home and there were plenty of players here. The only issue was the jaw portion got more pliable and would let the boxer loose much more quickly then when the game was first set up. Overall still a good game and the children ages 4 to 7 found it lots of fun.
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