Early Learning Centre Honey Bee Tree Game

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A great game for 2-4 players, the aim is to pull out the leaves before the bees fall down. Fun for all ages and a great gift for birthday parties. Ag...

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Excellent

Profun to play great for hand eye co ordination well ...

ConsThe base of the trunk of the trunk can't fit all o...

This game is one we have had in our household for about a year now and is played with at least once a week meaning in my book this is a winner of a toy as we have other toys and games that gather dust in between times. This Honey bee tree game is really the Early Learning Centre's version of...

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Super

ProPasses time

ConsTakes ages to set up

Today I will be reviewing the Honey bee tree. This toy is available from thye Early Learning Centre for £6 that’s half price as its RRP is £12 I have been playing this game a lot at work recently. Well playing alongside and supervising children playing with it anyway. We have had this game now...

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Super

Profun family game

Constricky to set up

When I was a little girl I had the game of Ker PLunk which I absolutely loved. The idea was that you had a plastic tube. Halfway down the tube you had a load of holes for which you pushed through thin plastic sticks which formed a sort of floor. On top of these sat loads of marbles which you had...

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Super

ProQuick, fun, child -friendly pieces, easy to unders...

ConsTime to place all the bracnhes

Honey Bee Tree is an easy, fun game from the Early Learning Centre, designed for younger children. The best way of describing the game is a young children's version of the game Ker-plunk, using bees in a honey pot instead of marbles. = AIM OF THE GAME The aim of the game is to have fewer bees in...

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Excellent

“Buzzy Bees”

published 06/01/2012

ProGood fun, no batteries

ConsLeaves can be fiddly to insert

My kids got this game for Christmas, and we love games in this house so it was a welcome gift. The Game Honey Bee Tree is from The Early Learning Centre and is for children aged 3 and above (perfect as my kids are 3 & 4). It is very similar to the classic game of Kerplunk but I suppose you could...

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Excellent

“It's the bees knees”

published 15/05/2012

ProGreat fun and teaches hand eye coordination

ConsSetup can be a bit tricky

This is one of me and my daughters favourite games.Whenever she is looking for a fun game this is the one that she brings out. The game is very similar to that old classic Kerplunk except that in this game you have twigs and leaves that are hding up bees rather than straws that are holding up...

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