Honey Bee Tree is a great little game! Your little one is going to love choosing their tray, and then carefully pulling out the leaves, so their honey bees do not fall! It is a fun game, but it does involve a bit of strategy, even for little toddlers. When little hands remove the wrong leaf, bees fall from the tree! After all the leaves are removed, all the bees fall from the tree and are awake! The player with the least amount of bees in their tray wins. 
     This is such a wonderful gift for a little one on your life. It is a simple, yet challenging game that is fun to play. Perfect for ages 3 and up. Contents include: 1 honey pot, 1 old oak tree, 1 flower tray base, 32 leaves, 30 little honey bees, game rules.
     Head over to the International Playthings site to see this and many other wonderful gift ideas. Be sure to also enter the #Ultimate2015HGG Giveaway for your chance at some goodies from International Playthings! 

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02/12/2017 6:49am

This adorable Honey bee Tree game is nearly identical to Kerplunk, which we played as kids and our kids played as kids, with the added twist of the honey bee theme. The bees are adorable. Granted, it takes time to put the leaf sticks into place, just like it did for the Kerplunk game and it's not a game to be played for hours on end unless you have great amounts of patience, but for a few rounds, it's great fun! I bought this game when my young 2 year old grandson showed an interest in other preschool games, like Mr. Mouth Tomy Mr. Mouth Game. and just like Mr. Mouth, it's not a game for him to do by himself. Educational? Let's see, counting, sorting, picking up fine motor skills, sharing, taking turns. Yes. It's educational and lots of laughs. My grandson hasn't figure out that you're not supposed to get bees, and he squeals with excitement every time a bee falls into the tray. The hardest part is convincing him that the bees need to go back into the box and not into his pocket.

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