Hoot Owl Hoot

4.86 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews )

$16.95

In this fun cooperative game, all the players work together towards a common goal, which is perfect for younger kids who don’t always grasp competitive tactics. Your child will build teamwork skills, practice strategic thinking, and have fun – all at the same time. This is one of our all-time favorites!

Age Range: 3 and up
Time to Play: 15 minutes
Number of Players: 2-4

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Description

In this fun cooperative game, all the players work together towards a common goal, which is perfect for younger kids who don’t always grasp competitive tactics. Your child will build teamwork skills, practice strategic thinking, and have fun – all at the same time.

When it comes to games for younger kids, this is one of our all-time favorites!

Note: The manufacturer says this is for ages 4 and up, but according to several other families (including mine!) most 3-year-olds are ready for this game.

From the Manufacturer

Players help the owls fly back to their nest before the sun comes up. Play a color card and fly to that space. Draw a sun card, and you’re one step closer to the daylight. Help all the owls get home before the sun rises and everyone wins! The game is easy enough for first-time game players, and the game can be made infinitely more challenging simply by adding more owl tokens into the game. This allows the game to age with the child or for older kids (or adults) to play with younger kids.

WARNING: Choking Hazard – Contains small parts not suitable for children under 3 years.

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Product Information

Weight 1.2 lbs
Dimensions 12.75 × 9 × 1.5 in
Manufacturer

MindWare

Age Range

3 and up

Time to Play

15 minutes

Number of Players

2-4

7 reviews for Hoot Owl Hoot

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    5 out of 5

    Ashley M

    Hoot Owl Hoot is one of our favorites. It is a cooperative game, which is great for getting competitive siblings to play on the same team. The level of difficulty can be adjusted based on the ages/abilities of the players. So fun for preschool age and up.

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    5 out of 5

    Michelle

    This game is great for kids just learning how to play a game (take turns, accomplish a specific mission, accepting good/bad luck as it comes). My second child has a hard time losing or getting “bad luck” with other games which makes it difficult to include him in family game night. I was so happy to find this cooperative game because he understands and can see that even though he may lose a turn we are all still working to help each other and “win” the game. We need more cooperative games!

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    5 out of 5

    Meghan

    We received this game as a gift several years ago and my girls (3,6,8 years old) still love it. Great cooperative family game. Good for the little one to learn colors and counting, and the older ones learn logical thinking and how to help the younger ones.

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    4 out of 5

    Becky Kessler

    I love giving this game as a gift. As and Early Childhood Special Education Teacher, I use this game often to give to friends. It's great for the little ones and a wonderful alternative to more toys.

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    5 out of 5

    Cynthia Wilson

    Hoot Hoot! We all work together to get all of the owls to the nest before sundown! Our littles love this game as they learn counting, taking turns and cooperation. It’s rated for four year olds (probably for the small pieces) but our grandchildren were obsessed with this game at age three-five. You can even change the rules as you move the bright and cheerful pieces around the board. Highly recommend for family fun or gifts.

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    5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I routinely give this game as a gift to my family and friends with younger children (toddler and preschool). I love that it is co-operative and you all work together, but there's some strategy to it as well, plus you learn colors too! It's enough of a challenge to keep the kids engaged, pace moves quickly and is a HOOT to play (ha!). Recommend it to anyone looking to go beyond the basic "luck" games. My kids are 6, 10 and 12 now so we don't play it as much, but my 6 and 10 year old still pull it off the shelf. We bought it when they were 3 & 5 I believe.

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    5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Family games should be fun for everyone! We have five kids, and that is one of the rules of our Friday Family Fun Night. We play a lot of co-op games with our kids -- Hoot Owl Hoot and Outfoxed are really fun! We also taught them Forbidden Island and Forbidden Desert and Castle Panic. Co-op games are great for teaching kids slowly, as open hands and working together are good.

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