Tentacle Tantrum for Preschoolers
Preschoolers can get into the silliness of family fun with the brand-new Tentacle Tantrum. Each player gets a wiggly squiggly tentacle with a suction cup attached at the end.
Spread out the sea creature tiles into a grid. With a roll of the dice, a color and a sea-creature are revealed.
Quick! Everyone races to snatch up tiles that match the dice either by color or sea creature type, using only the suction cup of their tentacle. Whoever catches the most sea creatures wins!
- Unique game of matching sea creatures by color, shape, or both
- Encourages hand-eye coordination, quick thinking, matching skills
- One die is printed with colors, the other is printed with sea creature shapes
- Roll the dice and race to match sea creature tiles by color, shape, or for extra points, both
- Players collect tiles only using the suction cup at the end of the tentacle
Includes 6 tentacles, 2 dice, 72 sea creature tiles and includes detailed game rules and instructions.
We are always looking for games that we can play with our grandchildren and this one is perfect for all of us to play together. This game is for 2-6 players by Continuum Games.
We had so much fun during our family game night last week with our grandchildren (so much so, I forgot to take photos). I was so excited to see them and play with them and this was the perfect interactive game to keep us all having fun. The instructions were very clear and easy to follow. It was easy to engage in play quickly after opening – a simple setup and play type of game. This game has lots of features that allow our grandchildren to learn while having fun. They are 1 1/2, 4 and 6 – and they all participated. The colors and shapes make for interesting play. Each child eagerly awaited their turn and kept giggling and laughing. Nothing makes me happier than watching children learn when they don’t even know they are learning – they are too busy having fun.
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