Can you lay all the pieces on the board so that you build a path for Little Red Riding Hood to reach Grandma’s house?
Then you can play the game with the Wolf! But beware, he might get there faster! Try to solve these challenges by making two paths to Grandma’s House: one for Little Red Riding Hood, and one for the Wolf.
Little Red Riding Hood includes 48 challenges (24 with the Wolf and 24 without) and also features a family-friendly picture book with a modern twist on the original story.
Category: Preschool Games
# of Challenges: 48
# of Players: 1
Inside the Box
5 puzzle pieces with roads
Little Red Riding Hood & Bad Wolf
3 trees and 1 house
Booklet with 48 challenges (24 without the wolf, 24 with the wolf)
Bonus picture book with images
Focus & attention
Planning & problem solving (executive function)
Visual skills including spatial concepts and perception
How to Play: Step 1: Choose a challenge. Place the house, trees, Red Riding Hood and the wolf on the game board as indicated.
Step 2: Create 2 different paths. One path to connect Red Riding Hood to the house, the other path to connect the wolf to the house. As the challenges get more difficult, more puzzle pieces (roads) will be needed.
Step 3: There is only 1 solution, keep trying!
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