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Make It Up!
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Make It Up!

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Ages Play Time Players
3+ 15 minutes 1-3

Designer(s): Monty Stambler, Ann Stambler

Manufacturer(s): Gamewright

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Product Description

There's no end to questions preschoolers ask about how things are made, where they come from, why it's so.... Help them find the answers in this conversational game that shows how everyday objects are made. Work as a team to match tiles to story cards or play as a memory and matching game.

Make it Up! helps stimulate thought, curiosity, and conversation. Includes a Parents' Guide with more ideas to share about how things are made.

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Product Reviews


Average Rating: 3.5 in 2 reviews

Great game! My three year old daughter loved this.
December 11, 2002

The cards are made from sturdy cardboard and the center oval pieces fit in nicely. There are several ways to play this game, and my daugher was very inventive with how she interacted with the game pieces. This became a game she carried around with her and, alas, has lost some pieces. It would make a great gift for a preschooler.

Boring and Too Easy
January 10, 2006
This game was way too easy for my not yet three year old. It's actually quite obvious and has no replayability. As adults, we also found it boring - it was just too simplistic and obvious. Even the included additional information was too simplisitic and obvious.

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