Pancake Pile-Up

  • SPARK TOGETHERNESS! Let’s play – together! Educational Insights toys and games relationships, work together, compromise and share, win and lose gracefully, and so
  • PLAY, LEARN, AND GROW: Playing the Pancake Pile-Up Relay Game builds gross motor skills, balance, and coordination; practices patterning, a key early math skill; and encourages social-emotional skills like taking turns, sharing, and working together
  • HOW TO PLAY: Flip an order card and race to the first pancake shown, use the spatula
  • to place it on your plate, race back, and hand the plate and spatula to the next player, relay-race style. The team that correctly completes the stack shown on the card – with a pat of butter on top – wins the round! Includes 10 pancakes in 5 flavors, 2 pats of butter, 2 plates, 2 spatulas, 10 order cards, and a griddle game board (box bottom) – pieces are also great for pretend play
  • PERFECT FOR OUTDOOR PLAY AND FAMILY GAME NIGHT: Great for indoor and outdoor play at home and even in the classroom, Pancake Pile-Up Relay Game will be your family’s favorite new game
  • VISIT THE EDUCATIONAL INSIGHTS BRAND STORE LINK ABOVE for more award-winning preschool, and toddler games

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