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Review: Smart Farmer

Everyone loves animals! Smart Farmer has a barn load. You place the animals and water troughs on the board then the player goes to use the fences to separate the animals so that each species has access to water but cannot take water from smoother kind of animal. The pieces are a wonderful size for small hands to grab easily. I really like that there are so many challenges in the booklet to complete.


My daughter has actually found this one to be difficult. I have to remind her that the fences have to be placed into the board not just on top. Once she is finally able to figure out the solution she likes to play with the animals on the farm land. I love seeing her creativity when she moves the animals around so they can get to the troughs. 


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  1. This one definitely looks like it would work well for free play as well as the included challenges. Thanks for sharing!

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