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Review: Little Red Riding Hood

Everyone knows the story of Little Red Riding Hood and Smart GAmes has turned it into an educational game. Grandma’s house has 2 doors on it; one fore the wold and one for Red. The object is to have a path for both character to get to a door. I love that included is a little picture book that tells the classic story.



At first this game was a challenge for my daughter because she didn’t understand why Red couldn’t just walk on the grass to get to the path. I hassle to explain how Red’s mama said “stay on the path”. With that in mind my daughter got the hang of this fun thinking game. 


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