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Educational Insights Kanoodle Brain Twisting 3-D Puzzle Game Easter Basket Stuffer for Kids, Teens & Adults, Featuring 200 Challenges, Ages 7+

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Educational Insights Kanoodle Brain Twisting 3-D Puzzle Game Easter Basket Stuffer for Kids, Teens & Adults, Featuring 200 Challenges, Ages 7+ Description

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Make sure this fitsby entering your model number. OVER 3 MILLION GAMES SOLD! AT HOME LEARNING ACTIVITY: Makes a great activity for kids to stay engaged, entertained, and learning outside of the classroom. MADE FOR ALL AGES: For anyone 8 to 108! 2-D & 3-D BRAIN-TWISTING PUZZLES: Kanoodle is a puzzle game that includes 12 puzzle pieces, 200 puzzle challenges, a 48-page illustrated puzzle book, and a carrying case. INCLUDES 200 PUZZLES! Kanoodle includes 200 logical thinking puzzles from basic to deviously difficult, there are hundreds of possible combinations, but only one correct answer.

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It's always YES! Great game for a very wide range of ages. I do wish the pieces were magnetic, for less chance of losing them, but we've surprisingly managed to keep them (even with a sneaky baby and puppy!) Definitely worth the seven bucks! I've been amazed at how good my 6 year old is with these puzzles. For example Level 1 suggests pre-positioning 11 noodles. I have really been able to see how spatially gifted (or not) my individual children are with this toy. The booklet provides 6 levels for the 2D puzzles. I wanted to buy this cheap looking puzzle as a gift for my nephews. You can turn it into a level 6 puzzle by only putting down 6 on the game board. They can also skip the too simple to be worth playing ones. Like some smartphone apps but can be used without power. They are finding it addictive and don't want to stop solving the puzzles. It continues on like that with each level missing 1 more piece. That's only if you want to have your 2 year old play, and the pieces are too small to be safe for that. He enjoyed doing the puzzles, and zoomed through the puzzles easily. I bought this to take to basketball tournaments to keep my youngest (7yrs, 1st grade) entertained during breaks between games. We have taken it to a restaurant for a long meal/conversation, and it kept both kids occupied! Very engaging activity for kids & older folks. It's always YES! Great game for a very wide range of ages. It is a fantastic size to keep in your purse/diaper bag. I highly recommend it. Even the littlest one was able to do the simplest of the puzzles. It is a fantastic size to keep in your purse/diaper bag.

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I haven't seen the pyramids on my phone either. it can keep you occupied for quite some time! it can be rewarding. It doesn't really get challenging until level 5. Great way to reduce screen time but still have fun playing games. which is awesome because there is nothing worse than trying to relax with a game and then becoming frustrated. are pretty easy. 12 of the 2-D puzzles & 6 pyramids have you set up all but 1 piece & then figure out how to put the last one in. fun puzzle. They can also skip the too simple to be worth playing ones. It’s small and compact and the instruction book fits right in the case. You also have to pack the pieces in perfectly to close it. and the 3-D pyramid where they sit on a different “platform” at the bottom of the box. their parents steal it and play it at night! Great game for both adults and older kids (probably like 9-10+ although the easy levels would probably be okay for younger kids with patience). we put all of the pieces in the top portion and then fill in the pieces as the directions show to. Mind bending fun. It claims to have 101 puzzles. it's not likely you're going remember the solutions. I wanted to buy this cheap looking puzzle as a gift for my nephews. With just using the extra game pieces you have to keep track of which ones you are not allowed to move. A bit bummed. The pic of the pyramid made it looking these are magnetic. but I'm looking forward to it. She spends countless hours figuring these little mazes out! I will also note that the puzzle book does not contain solutions to any of the puzzles so there's no chance for cheating. I ALWAYS have 2-3 of these in my closet. These are more challenging than the 2- D puzzles.