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Review: Day and Night

Smart Games has so many outstanding critical thinking games; Day and Night is one of them. Definitely glad that I got this with our Timberdoodle kit. It comes with little blocks that are the perfect side for those tiny toddler hands, a bunch of double-sided challenge cards and a little holder for the card. The blocks are vibrant colors and the cards are a great size for young children to handle.


The things I like best are the challenges. The front of the cards are the day sides so your little one gets to see exactly what block goes where. The black sides are the night challenges so all they see is a silhouette; easily self check if the night challenge was done correctly by flipping over the card to the day side. This game is such an amazing way to get those critical thinking juices flowing. I’d recommend this game or any of the other wonderful educational items from Smart Games.

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