Hasbro has just come out with a new line of games to get kids to learn more about being attentive, sharing and getting on with others while having fun!
The Pizza Palace Learning to Listen game is a group activity that is non-competitve and holds kids’ interest for a looooong time. Please, don’t start playing this game if you want to catch a movie or something. My kids loved playing this for HOURS on end.
About the game: kids get “pizzas”, a cardboard pizza box and a bunch of toppings. The customer (usually me or hubby) places an order. The order can be placed verbally or by showing the cards provided for younger children.
For fun, we would change our voices and dialects to trip the kids up a bit. The kids fill the order, put it in the appropriate box and deliver, tips were requested with a hand-out gesture but unfortunately we could tip via credit card which appeases the kids (for now!)
It was wonderful to see the kids really concentrate and try to remember the toppings. The only thing that could improve this game would be real life pictures on the toppings instead of drawings. Other than that it is PERFECT and keeps the kids entertained for so long, I’m giving it the highest recommendation.
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