What is it
Can you guess what it is!? Open shutters to reveal the picture underneath. Use the anagram of letters to spell out and identify the picture. Count the number dashes to see how many letters are needed. Got it? Not sure? Slide the revealer across to see the answer.
It’s fun to play alone, but faster to play together. Two heads are better than one, share the game between any number of players if you get stuck, someone is bound to know the answer. Time yourself to reach the end, take turns, or just play for fun!
With 100 pictures to identify, this is your chance to become an expert. Pictures will be easy to identify at first… we all know what a cat looks like right? But do you know what a Mountain Lion looks like? A Pangolin? Or a Bongo!? 100 PICS will help you learn and memorise all 100, including how to spell them. Impress your friends, your Headmistress or even David Attenborough!
What our team of testers said
"I like learning about the different animals." - Boy aged 10
"I know that one, it's an Orangutan, it's ginger." - Girl aged 6
- Develops knowledge of animals
- Encourages turn taking
- Promotes spelling and vocabulary
What our experts think
A fun card-based guessing game, our testers enjoyed developing their knowledge and spelling of different animals from around the world! The children played individually and as teams by taking it in turns to open a door and guess what the animal was. We found the game was great for unwinding after school, helping our testers to calm down and focus.
Our younger testers guessed mainly using the pictures rather than the words, while our older testers used the words. Guessing primarily using the word provides more of a challenge for younger ones to progress to, for developing spelling and vocabulary. The children hadn’t heard of some of the animals – however, we liked that this encouraged them to go and look the animal up to see what it was and where it lived!
- Brands: Poptacular
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: Homeschool Resources
Puzzles & games
- Types of skills developed: Animals & Sealife
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Logic, strategy & problem solving
Memory, concentration & attention
Personal, social & emotional development
Speech, language and communication skills
Teamwork, turn taking & sharing
Understanding the world