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HABA Games for Toddlers: Here, Fishy, Fishy

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If you are looking for some adorably fun games for your toddlers/preschoolers HABA has you covered! My girls all love to play board games but with an active two year old we have found we play them less and less. We were excited to see games that are age appropriate from HABA.

Here, Fishy, Fishy is a lot of fun and so easy to play!  During Free Play little ones get to play with the fishing pole and see how it catches fish. Shelby is getting the idea that we don’t touch the fish to get the out.

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During Game Time kids take turns rolling the dice and then trying to catch that color of fish in one try. If they catch the fish then they get the matching color puzzle piece! The first one to get all their puzzle pieces wins!

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Toddlers/preschool kids will not sit and play a game for hours on end. Here, Fishy, Fishy is a fun game that doesn’t take too long. What I love is that the little kids are learning about colors, taking turns and encouraging each other on.

HABA has other great games in their My First Games category. From games about counting, to shapes and colors to feeling and touching. I think they are the perfect addition to any household. Plus who doesn’t love games?

You can find all these games and more at www.habausa.com.

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12 comments

  1. Looks like a pretty cool game. Mine might be a bit too big for it but the youngest is only 5 so maybe she would enjoy this one. Colors attract kids attention and this just looks like fun for them

  2. Pingback: MommyMandy.com Reviews HABA's Here Fishy Fishy Game | HABA USA Blog

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