Forget Candyland! Richard Scarry's Busytown, Eye Found It Toddler Game is a must-have for teaching toddlers & preschoolers the basics of board games. This collaborative family game is perfect for multi-age families!
Let's start with a quick overview of the Richard Scarry's Busytown, Eye Found It Toddler Board Game!
Richard Scarry's Busytown Game Description
Race around town solving mysteries! How many objects can you find? There’s much to discover on this gigantic, colorful game board that’s over six feet long!
As players race through Busytown, they’ll team up every time someone lands on Goldbug—leaving no corner of the board unexplored as they discover hidden objects and race toward Picnic Island.
With hundreds of objects to find this game provides hours of fun while building confidence each time a child says, “I found it!”
Learn How To Play This Toddler Game In Less Than 4-Minutes
Join Huckle Cat and Lowly Worm on a fun-filled race around Busytown to solve mysteries and find hidden objects. Drive through lively city streets, an activity-filled farm, an action-packed airport, and a bustling harbor full of silly boats.
If you're like my family, you want to skip the Busytown written instructions (PDF)! Here's how to play in less than four minutes!
Our Family Reviews of The Game
We lovingly call our family gaming quartet The Core Four. We believe a family that plays together stays together. Our game closet is overflowing, and we're here to share our favorite finds with you. This is our family rating system for games!
5-Star Game Rating System ★
5 ★★★★★ — I love this game and am always excited to play.
4 ★★★★— I like it! When do we play again?
3 ★★★— Meh. It's ok.
2 ★★— You're gonna have to talk me into it.
1 ★— I never want play this stinking game again. Let's get rid of it.
RELUCTANT GAMER MOM REVIEW — ★★★★★
Busytown is a breath of fresh air. I'm not going to lie, I hate Candyland. I disliked it as a kid and despised it even more as a parent.
I was literally delighted the first time we played Richard Scarry's Busytown.
If you have siblings who vary greatly in age, this game is wonderful. This is a great game for families who have elementary school-age children and preschoolers.
Each player starts out individually, but halfway through the game all players are required to team-up to “beat the pigs.” It is a wonderful way to ensure your little one doesn't feel left behind.
It is a great intro-game which creates positive gaming experiences before moving on to more competitive games later on.
One last thing, the game board is over SIX FEET LONG. That's just cool.
GAMER DAUGHTER 1 — ★★★★★
GAMER DAUGHTER 2 — ★★★★★
Richard Scarry's Busytown Toddler Game Review: The Final Family Verdict!
This game was a massive hit with our family with a final verdict of ★★★★★ 5 out of 5 stars. This is a must-have for teaching toddlers & preschoolers the basics of board games. This collaborative family game is perfect for multi-age families!
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