This beautiful brand new Animals at Home game is released today (17th July) by Laurence King. I really love their games and books, they are perfect for both kids and adults . This Animals at Home game is suitable for toddlers and young children. It contains 27 animals card that you have to match to the correct card with the animals home on.

The cards are made out of good quality thick card and have beautiful illustrations by Claudia Boldt. There are a range of different animals to match to there homes including an ant, spider, mole, fox, squirrel and more.  Can you work out which animal lives in a Sett? Or which one lives in a Den?

 

 

My youngest two kids are 7 and 6 and really enjoyed this game. They knew most of them but got a bit stuck on a couple, so I had to help them out. I would say that this game is aimed at slighter younger children than mine, but even so they did enjoy playing it. If you yourself don’t know which goes to which, there is a little clue in the design to help you. As the background of the animal card will match the animal home card

Animals at Home game is priced at £12.98 and as I have said before, is released today.

 

Giveaway

I also have one game to giveaway to one lucky reader.

To enter all you have to do is fill in the gleam widget below. All entry’s options are optional, but of cause the more you complete, the more chance you have of winning. This giveaway is open to the UK only and will close on Monday 28th August 2017. Good Luck

 

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I was provided with the Animals at Home game in return for this post. All opinions are mine

 

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53 comments on “Animals at Home Game Review + Giveaway”

  1. My daughter loves horses and ponies, she says they live in wiggleys farm in the field silly mummy (our local farm) xxx

  2. My daughters favourite animals are squirrels but its hard to help her to understand that they don’t live in houses like us. bless her

  3. My little boy loves Penguins and from playing his app on his tablet he thinks they all live in igloos…or as he once hilariously said ‘Peguiys live in loos’ 😉

  4. My daughter’s favourite animals is her toy Puppy ‘Charalotte’, that lives in a handbag in her Mummy’s retro Barbie house.

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