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Mattel Red Rover Game

Item# 05217273000P | Model# R3191 | Added on October 21, 2010 | Seller: Sears.com
Mattel Red Rover Game
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Red Rover is a memory-matching game combined with run-around play. It features an electronic talking dog and 12 bones with color and number, shape, or letter. The object is to collect the most bones. Place 12 bones randomly around a space. Preschoolers press the Red Rover se and he calls out which bones he wants. Run to find the right bone and feed it to Rover --if they're right, keep the bone --if they're wrong, Red Rover encourages them to find the right one!

  • Great dog-gone matching fun!
  • Hours of delight-filled hiding and seeking, too!
  • Comes with 12 color-coded bones, each with a number, shape or letter.
  • Perfect party time game for small groups.
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By hobbyaholic
December 28th, 2011
Mattel Red Rover Game is amazing fun

"Santa" brought this game last year for our 3 year olds. And it is still a favorite in our house. I agree with the other review it teaches in a very indirect way. There are only 13 bones so the shapes and numbers are limited in what they cover.

You can press the nose to hear the clue again. Great so they don't get frustrated when they miss it due to the shear excitement Rover creates. Rover is very gentle when they don't get it right. "aww, not that bone friend, try again"  We don't play this exactly like intended, we sit at the table so when Rover tells everyone to line up behind his backpack we just ignore it. Less competitive this way.

The bones are a bit tricky for little ones to insert just right. A few times they had the correct bone and Rover insisted they chose the wrong one. The grooves on the ends have to be inserted in just the right position or he will say it's incorrect. Minor setback but otherwise we love Rover.

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MomCech

Awesome toy!

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The kids loved it and so did I. They learn colors shapes numbers and have a lot of fun doing it. Very sturdy and easy to store.

January 25th, 2013 via kmart.com
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TOREZ ROBINSON
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December 18th, 2012
ARAINS

Backpack can cause injury

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Cute game, gets old quick. My 4 year old played it maybe 6 times, once it's figured out it's just another toy in playroom. Bones are stored in backpack, it has sharp edges and snaps closed. Child didnt have finger far enough over when closing it and it pinched finger and caused bad cut. Not safe for little ones. Too boring for older ones.

March 13th, 2012 via kmart.com
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bluebutterflymomma

Great learning toy

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<p>Needs volume control. Other than that this is a great learning game for toddlers! My daughter already knows her numbers, letters and colors but she loves running around the room looking for the bones. For toddlers that are just learning this is a wonderful way to do it! I love that it has 2 levels of play.</p>

February 26th, 2012 via kmart.com
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twistedgollum

Cute but it only has a few letters, numbers, shapes

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<p>Purchased the Red Rover game for our  3 year old.  He loved playing with it except it only has a few bones so he is only really learning about a couple letters (A,B,C,D) and a few shapes, and a few numbers.  Wish it would of come with all the letters and numbers instead. </p>

December 29th, 2011 via kmart.com
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brandi719

My 3 year old loves this game!

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<p>My 3 year old loves this game, but I wish it had more numbers, colors and shapes for him to find.</p>

December 29th, 2011 via kmart.com
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hobbyaholic

Mattel Red Rover Game is amazing fun

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<p>&quot;Santa&quot; brought this game last year for our 3 year olds. And it is still a favorite in our house. I agree with the other review it teaches in a very indirect way. There are only 13 bones so the shapes and numbers are limited in what they cover.</p>
<p>You can press the nose to hear the clue again. Great so they don't get frustrated when they miss it due to the shear excitement Rover creates. Rover is very gentle when they don't get it right. &quot;aww, not that bone friend, try again&quot;  We don't play this exactly like intended, we sit at the table so when Rover tells everyone to line up behind his backpack we just ignore it. Less competitive this way.</p>
<p>The bones are a bit tricky for little ones to insert just right. A few times they had the correct bone and Rover insisted they chose the wrong one. The grooves on the ends have to be inserted in just the right position or he will say it's incorrect. Minor setback but otherwise we love Rover.</p>

December 28th, 2011 via kmart.com
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phoenixchelle

the perfect game for younger and little older siblings

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<p>the game has a harder game for older kids and a simple one for younger ones. it's perfect for my 5 yr old kindergartener, while still being plyable for my 4 yr old. my 5 yr old even &quot;teaches&quot; my younger child to do the harder game.</p>

December 28th, 2011 via kmart.com
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Nurserebecca

The Mattel Red Rover Game teaches colors,shapes,and numbers.

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The Red Rover Game was the best thing I ever bought my 3 year old son. He loves to play with it. You can play two types of games. one game is for colors only. The next game is for colors,shapes,and numbers. You can play the came by yourself or with lots of friends. It teaches but it is fun too.

January 8th, 2011 via kmart.com
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