Giraffes In Scarves Game {Review}

We love board games in this house, especially my little girl. She'd play them all day if she could but they are always a go-to activity when the rain is pouring and we're all snuggled inside. They are particularly handy for my two little ones to play together, and fun games like this will be particularly popular when baby number 3 arrives and my eldest two can just grab this game and play it together.

That's why I was really excited to be offered the chance to review Giraffes In Scarves from Orchard Toys

Giraffes In Scarves is a fun colour and counting matching game! Setting up the game was really easy, and after explaining the rules to my little ones they quickly got the hang of it. The aim is to build up your giraffes using the neck and scarves cards, by rolling the coloured dice and matching it with a colour of the back of the cards. The winner is the giraffe with the most scarves! 


It's a simple enough game that even young children can understand and play unaided, but it's hilarious and engaging too. It also encourages children to take turns and play fairly, and well as teaching them memory skills, colours and counting!

Orchard Toys games are always fantastic in my opinion, I often give them as birthday or Christmas presents and I think they make amazing gifts! (They'd be perfect for stocking fillers or gifts this Christmas!).

The game is suitable for up to six players, and it's aimed at 4-7, but my little boy is three and he thoroughly enjoyed this game! (Due to small parts though, I understand the age range). The games are always high quality, fun and educational too!

Giraffes In Scarves retails at £7.75 and can be purchased from Orchard Toys

This post was sponsored but I did not receive monetary compensation. received the game to review. All opinions are my own.

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