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Review: Chicken Shuffle Jr.

Everyone who knows me knows I love chickens so I just had to snatch up this gem. It’s another great game by Smart Games. I have found this game to be extremely challenging even for me. It’s meant or 4+ but it is really hard. The challenge cards are inside the game and you slide the chickens so that each egg is covered by a hen.


Since this game is so difficult my daughter and I take turns moving the chickens in hopes that we figure out the solution. Our critical thinking juices are flowing and its a great bonding time for us. Even if it takes us a long time to figure out the answers it’s fun to play and will get easier over time. A great lesson for her to never give up. 


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  1. I ordered this one for my 24-year-old daughter for Christmas because she loves chickens, too. I had a sneaking suspicion it would be challenging even for an adult. I haven't had a chance to play around with it yet myself, but I'm glad to know I was right!

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