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Ear Tug - Accessibility Kit and Game Combo

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$35.00

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Product Description

We are not able to offer free shipping to international combo kits. If you purchase a combo kit internationally we will quote shipping to you and offer you a choice of paying it or a refund

Accessibility Kits require the retail version of the game in order to play.

What is an accessibility kit?

This accessibility kit requires some minor reader assistance in initial setup.

Includes overlays for cards

This product teaches tactile discrimination, being careful with a board, and a few letters for non readers. Definitely great for any early Braille reader.

Unlike most of our kits, this includes the actual game as well.





Ear Tug
Ear Tug Ear Tug
Product Description from Board Game Geek:

In Ear Tug the players pull colored wooden ear shapes from a bag and match them to cardboard tiles with animals on them. Rules for 3 games with this basic mechanism are given. In "My Ears, your ears" the players race to find the ears for their three animals. In "The hare has long ears" players collect animal tiles by finding both their ears. In Tic, Tac - Animal they try to form a row of animals with both ears. The age range given is 3-12, though 3-6 might be more realistic.

From the box:

"Take a tug at my ears" the cat meows to the little dog. The cat especially likes this. Softly the dog pulls on an ear. "Hey but that's my ear!" the bear growls. The ear of the cat is a completely different shape. "It's not that easy" the dog whimpers.

Can you help the little dog search for the right ears? Players pick an ear out of the bag and try to match it to the animal it belongs to!

A game collection to train the sense of touch and classifying abilities for 2-4 players ages 3-12.

Contents:
9 Animal Cards
21 Wooden Ears
1 Cloth Bag

Features

  • Manufactured by: HABA

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 21 May, 2015.