Hi Ho Cherry-O: CoComelon Edition Board Game, Counting, Numbers, and Matching Game for Preschoolers, Kids Ages 3 and Up, for 2-3 Players (Amazon Exclusive)
(as of Jan 29,2023 17:50:56 UTC – Details)
It’s classic Hi Ho Cherry-O! gameplay with a CoComelon twist! Players choose to play as JJ, Cody, or Cece, and fill their baskets with pretend apples picked from their tree. Uh-oh! If the spinner lands on Bingo, players have to put some apples back! Kids can have so much fun picking the apples and filling their baskets, they might not even realize they’re practicing basic math skills such as counting, addition, and subtraction. They can also practice matching, as the character mover’s basket matches the color of the apples they’ll collect and the color of their tree. The first player to collect all 10 of their apples and shout “CoComelon!” wins the game. The Hi Ho Cherry-O: CoComelon edition board game for preschoolers is for 2-3 players. It’s a great choice for a birthday gift or holiday gift for boys and girls, ages 3 and up. Copyright 2021 Moonbug Entertainment. All Rights Reserved. Hasbro Gaming and all related trademarks and logos are trademarks of Hasbro, Inc.
HELP PICK APPLES: Players help JJ, Cody, and Cece gather pretend apples and fill their baskets in this CoComelon edition of the Hi Ho Cherry-O game for 2-3 players
PRACTICE MATH SKILLS: Kids can have so much fun picking pretend apples to fill their baskets, they don’t even realize they’re practicing counting, addition, and subtraction
BASKET FILLING FUN: Players spin the spinner and pick the pretend apples from their character’s tree. The first player to get all 10 apples in their basket and shout, “CoComelon!” wins the game
COLOR MATCHING GAME: This board game for preschoolers can help kids practice matching. The color of each character’s basket matches the color of the apples that player collects
GIFT FOR BOYS AND GIRLS: This game is a great birthday gift for boys and girls ages 3 and up. Kindergarten and preschool teachers can also use it as a game to practice counting in the classroom