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    Marbles Gift Wrap


    Marbles offers gift wrapping on this brainy product for only $1!
    We haven’t lost our minds, we just know how nice it is to avoid those dull scissors and tape that won’t tear. To add gift wrapping to your order, just select the “yes” button under the “add gift wrap” section.

    On the Dot hits the perfect brain spot. You know the one—where brain building and ridiculous amounts of fun meet. Play solitaire or against others as you try to arrange four transparent squares so they perfectly match the patterns shown on the dots card. Playing On the Dot will sharpen your problem solving skills and crank up your hand-eye coordination, which research shows actually helps kids learn to read. Don’t look now, but you just might have the world’s next reading whiz and table tennis champ on your hands.

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    Brain Specialist Says:

    "Improve visual perception and spatial reasoning while making new connections among neurons and strengthening old connections in the parietal and frontal lobes."

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    How to Play:

    Each player takes a set of four transparent cards, each containing four colored dots. A puzzle card is turned over at random. The goal is to to layer your transparent cards so that your dots are arranged the same way as they look in the puzzle card. Flip, rotate, and re-layer your cards to get the solution first! You may have to hide some dots behind others to achieve the solution. The person who solves it first wins that card.

    How to Win:

    The player who won the most cards at the end of a predetermined number of rounds is the winner.


        On the Dot Game Rules .PDF


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    format board game
    number of players solo, groups
    manufacturer recommended age
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    The Marbles BrainCoach says...

    This was one of the first games I purchased from Marbles. The visual workout it gives you is great! Trying to visualize how the dots will overlap is not as easy as it seems.

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