Your kids will love this fun-filled activity. They'll also develop concentration skills while having a great time with their friends or family members.
✓ Made from responsibly sourced materials
✓ Finished with non-toxic paint
✓ Bright and colourful design
✓ Simple yet fun game to play with friends and family
✓ Conforms to current European and international safety standards
Looking for a new educational game for your kids?
Bigjigs Plant Pot Shot is the perfect game for your little one! It's fun, engaging and will help them develop their concentration skills. They can practice their counting skills while they take turns with up to four players at once. And it's not just a great way to pass time, but also an excellent opportunity for interactive play sessions that helps build vocabulary. We know how much kids love playing games, so made sure this one was as educational as it is entertaining!
Bigjigs Toys is a family-owned business based in the UK that makes some of the best wooden toys on the market. They provide high quality, safe and affordable toys which are made from responsibly sourced materials that support children's development through playtime.
Here is what our happy customers have to say:
We love it! | Cathy
"Great game to get Everyone involved, my four old loves this game and great for improving hand to eye coordination."
Great game | Natasha
"Great simple game. The flipper pieces are fairly thin wood so nit as sturdy as i was expecting but the board itself is solid. really simple easy to follow rules and not to long of game so the smaller ones dont get bored"
What age is this toy suitable for?Suitable for children ages 3 years and older
What is this toy made out of?Made from responsibly sourced materials
What is the measurement of this playset?L: 3cm, H: 17.3cm, W: 17.3cm
Do all play pieces conform to safety standards?Yes, all Bigjigs Toys conform to current European and international safety standards on kids toys.
How to play this puzzle?Take turns flipping the coloured balls and trying to get them into the corresponding holes in the board and the winner is the first to pot all four of their balls.