A precarious pyramid of pachyderms! A teetering tower of tuskers! Whoever “herd” of such a thing? Well, your kids will certainly be trumpeting that they have the minute they start stacking the elephants in this fun building game for ages 3 and up. On your turn, a roll of the die tells you how many elephants to stack. If you roll a star on the die, add a joker or stacking bar to keep the elephantine edifice growing. The winner is the player who places the last, #10, elephant on the pyramid without knocking it down.
Designed for 1-4 players, this all wooden game teaches counting, number and color recognition, balance awareness, and manual dexterity. Plus, it’s a jumbo load of fun.
The IdeaA building game for toddlers that's a three-ring circus of playing & learning.
The BrainsA cognitive development trapeze act that teaches colors, patterns, counting and dexterity.
The A-HaThe whole circus of stacking is here; elephants, clowns, lions, stacking bars and more!
|Play length||under 20|
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|# of Players||1-4|
How To Play
- Roll the die to find out how many elephants to add to the pyramid.
- Elephants have to be put on the pyramid in numerical order.
- Pieces can be placed in any position.
- Pieces may be added at the same level or above the highest piece.
- The player who puts # 10 on the pyramid without knocking it over wins the game.