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Sloth in a Hurry Action Board Game

$23.99
eeBoo's award-winning Sloth in a Hurry will provide laughter for all players! Quick! Can you act Who, What, & How? Take turns drawing a Who and What card, then spin for the How! Are you a Zombie Roller Skating on the Moon? Or perhaps a Penguin Walking a Tightrope with a Robot Partner? This quick-action improv game gets kids up, active, and laughing. Easy to learn and play, Sloth in a Hurry is a non-competitive, confidence building game. Illustrated by Monika Forsberg.

Skills: Helps to build confidence and improvisation skills
Age: 5+ 
Players: 2-4 Players

Box Dimensions: 9.5" x 9.5" x 1.5"
Includes: Spinner, 40 Action Cards, 40 Character Cards, 60 Die-Cut award stars
Illustrated by: Monika Forsberg
Awards: Winner of the Oppenheim Gold Award

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    Jean

    This was such fun to play with my five year old granddaughter. We simplified it a little for her age but she loves it.

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    Maria Oldham
    Fun family game!

    We love this game and play it as a family often. There are endless options for mixing Who, What, etc., and it’s silly and well made like all the other games we have from eeboo.

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    Patricia Lewis
    So much fun!

    We played "Sloth in a Hurry" with our two granddaughters, ages 4 and 7. Because the 4 year old could not read we adjusted the play to two teams with a reading grownup on each team. But that is part of the beauty of this game; completely adjustable. Grandpa (who chose "Sir" as his grandparent moniker) does not like games, especially where you have to act things out. But he laughed the most and truly had more fun than the kids. And that is saying a lot because the "Littles" did not want to stop playing because they were having so much fun. Another beauty of this game is that I think it will age well. The girls will learn to use different, perhaps more sophisticated, ways to act out their characters. We may need to create more "Who" and "What" cards eventually unless the company puts out an expansion pack. I would not hesitate to recommend this delightful game.

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