Ik kan al tellen!

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With the game I can already count by Ravensburger children can learn to count step by step. The cards have nice illustrations that indicate how many animals are on them. For each card, the correct dice, number and finger card must be found. It is a combination of puzzling and playing at the same time, which also teaches you something!

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Counting is not only very useful but with this game for children also easy to learn in a fun way. There are several cards in the game with nice illustrations of animals. You are supposed to find 3 puzzle pieces at the top to complete the card. A dice, number and finger card.

If you're just puzzling or playing the dice game, you'll easily learn the numbers 1 to 10!


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Age recommendation
Safety Warning
Not suitable for children under 36 months.
CE Mark
Yes (visible on packaging)
Number of players
1 - 4
Language Game Rules
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