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We Are Reviewing Robot Face Race, a Seek and Find Game from Educational Insights for Our Family Game Night series.
About Robot Face Race
Robot Face Race is a fast-paced seek-and-find game for 2-4 players, ages 4+, from Educational Insights. We’ve played a lot of preschool games from Educational Insights and they never disappoint. They are fun, educational, and perfect for my boys who love games and competition.
This game sharpens visual discrimination, a key pre-reading skill, and hones concentration in a way that’s entertaining and fun for kids and adults. I had so much fun playing at Toy Fair this year, I knew it was one I had to bring home for my kids and share with you in our Family Game Night Series.
How to Play Robot Face Race
A crazy inventor needs your help to complete his robots! Shake the Robot Randomizer — the perfect task for a 2-year-old brother, to see what characteristics the inventor needs. The colored balls fall into the holes and determine what color face, eyes, nose, and mouth you must search for on the robots. Then the search is on to find the robot the fastest! If you find the robot you get a robot token. That’s my 4 year old’s favorite part — getting the robot token. The first player to receive 5 tokens wins!
Robot Face Race Includes
- Game board featuring 120 colorful robots.
- Robot Randomizer
- 20 Robot scoring tokens
Why I love Robot Face Race
- It’s challenging! — With 120 robots on the board, there’s always one that matches the criteria, but it’s not always easy to find.
- It’s different each time you play — Since the Robot Randomizer, which is also fun to shake, determines the robots you search for, the game is a little different each time.
- It develops skills — Like all Educational Insights games for preschoolers, my kids learn and develop key skills while they play, helping keep learning fun and exciting for them.
- Kids love robots! — There’s not much more to say about that. The game is colorful and full of robots, so it’s very appealing to them.
Monday 2nd of June 2014
Like the one eyed green monster.
Wednesday 28th of May 2014
I like the blue one with three eyes
Saturday 24th of May 2014
the one eyed green monster
Tuesday 20th of May 2014
I like the purple robot with a single green eye and red mouth
Tuesday 20th of May 2014
The robots with the 3 eyes all in different colors! They are neat!