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Can You See What I See?: Finders Keepers Game
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Can you see a seashell? How about a kangaroo? Find both of these and more in this visual game of hide and seek just for you! Reveal a Find Me tile and try to find the featured object among your set of Keep Me cards. Look carefully as objects may be hidden and you may have more than one match on your cards. Be the first player to collect all of your cards and you have one sharp eye!
Introducing the first-ever card game based on Walter Wick’s amazing Can You See What I See? series of books! Walter’s style works on multiple levels at the same time. Both parents and children can look at one of his visual puzzles and be equally challenged. As you play, you’ll refine visual discrimination skills as well as sharpen focus and concentration!
No reading required, includes rules for older players.
Reinforces: visual discrimination, counting.
Players: 2 - 6
Time: 10 minutes
Ages: 4 and up
Weight: 774 grams
Language Requirements: Manufacturer's rules are printed in multiple languages (including English). Game components are language-independent. This is a domestic item.
- 40 Find Me tiles
- 60 Keep Me cards
- rules (English, Spanish)
Average Rating: 4 in 1 review
Many kids games are fun for kids but not for adults. This one works for all! Each player gets 10-12 cards. The cards each show multiple items, sometimes upside down, part of one covering another, or in different sizes. The players place all of their cards face up. A smaller stack of cards, each showing just one item, is placed in the center. One of these is drawn, and any card in front of any player that has that item can be flipped over. The first player to flip over all of their card wins. The game works because the cards are so well designed and cleverly organized. Younger kids have to be quite perceptive and look closely to be sure that they don't miss a card that could be flipped. It's also fun when they try to help the adults. The cards are all very high quality stock, making this a game that plays well and will last for quite a while. Super effort by Gamewright!