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  • 8-in-1 Combo Games Set
  • 8-in-1 Combo Games Set
  • 8-in-1 Combo Games Set
  • 8-in-1 Combo Games Set
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8-in-1 Combo Games Set

  • 3.0
  • Brand: Reeves
  • Item Number: 057-001
  • Recommended Age: 7-10 Year Old
$49.95
Total: $ 49.95
8-in-1 Combo Games Set
$ 49.95$ 49.95 (10% OFF)
Total: $ 49.95

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Description


Challenge yourself in strategy and conservation with the 8-in-1 Combo Games Set.

- Beautifully illustrated game boards and pieces bring endangered species and habitats to life.
- Games featured include: chess, checkers, backgammon, dominoes, ludo, pick-up sticks, salamanders and ladders, and playing cards and instructions for all games.

- This is the perfect gift for everyone.
- The set is portable and includes all games in a compact package.
- Each of the components are made of well-made and high quality components.
- Dimensions: 10.5 L x 2 W x 10.5 H

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Why Our Experts Love It


This game set is a must have for family game night!

One of the reasons it's great is because kids will learn about some of the incredible species that inhabit our planet from the mighty polar bear to the graceful river dolphin from the illustrated game boards. It's great for lazy summer nights with the family or cold winter nights in front of the fireplace.

Games teach strategy, teamwork and improve numbers skills as well as provide great social companionship.
  • What a great year the 7’s are. There a few milestones they may achieve and growing pains your typical 7-year-old may encounter.
  • Hand-eye coordination is well developed, has good balance and can execute simple gymnastic movements, such as somersaults.
  • Uses a vocabulary of several thousand words and is able to demonstrate a longer attention span.
  • Uses serious, logical thinking, is thoughtful and reflective and is able to understand reasoning and make the right decisions.
  • Begins to grasp that letters represent the sounds that form words
  • Takes direction well; needs punishment only rarely.
  • Starts to feel guilt and shame.
  • Initiate discussions about right vs. wrong.
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards