Preschool Games Eric Carle's Very Hungry Caterpillar Match and Munch Game

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Contained in an adorable caterpillar case, this easy to play card game involves matching foods and collecting butterfly chips to win the game
Strengthens early math skills (counting and sequencing) The perfect travel game for young children
Provides hours of Play Value
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deby32953
deby32953 Dec 18, 2012
Right now my grandchildren are too young for this but it doesn't mean I can't purchase it & throw it up in my gift closet with the rest of the items for the future! I need a bigger closet!
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EzzyLovesToSave
EzzyLovesToSave Dec 17, 2012
That reminds me!...I'm hubgry too! Time for a snack! SUPER PRICE!...thanks:)
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deby32953
deby32953 Dec 18, 2012
Aren't you always??
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zarrow
zarrow Dec 17, 2012
Great toy for preschoolers. Very nice price for this.
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gangstabarbie
gangstabarbie Dec 17, 2012
such a great story book to read to children. will always be a favorite
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kimeeb
kimeeb Dec 17, 2012
Huge price cut on this. Nice find!
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WideAnglePhoto
WideAnglePhoto Dec 17, 2012
I was just thinking of the elementary library for this toy! It looks great, thanks for sharing!!
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rockinnrolla
rockinnrolla Dec 17, 2012
This looks like a fun game my daughter would love! Nice price!
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glwrks
glwrks Dec 17, 2012
My kids' Kindergarten teacher had "book bags". Each was checked out for the week with a book + activities that matched. I volunteered to check inventory & replenish needed supplies. (I remember this one had colored tissue paper, clothespin etc to make a butterfly) This game would be a great addition to any "Very Hungry Caterpillar" collection:)
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nthsll
nthsll Dec 17, 2012
lol. I'm not real sure what I'm looking at here. I dunno if I should smash it before it eats my wife's flowers or let it turn into a butterfly.
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FibroMom
FibroMom Dec 17, 2012
I would suggest you wait for grandkids - but if you want to get him and smash him - be my guest. ;)
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nthsll
nthsll Dec 17, 2012
At 7 bucks I could give it a try and not be out too much. We babysat some friends little girls Friday night. 1st grader, a 2 year old and another in between somewhere. Grandkids are gonna be fun. :-)
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