This fast-paced card game will give your child’s brain a workout – and yours too! To play, you compare patterns on the cards and find a SET of three cards before anyone else does. The shapes are deceptively simple, and finding a SET is challenging enough to keep adults on their toes too. Fun for the whole family!
Age Range: 5 and up
Time to Play: 20-30 minutes
Number of Players: 1 or more
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This fast-paced, fun card game will give your child’s brain a workout – and yours too! To play, you compare patterns on the cards and find a SET of three cards before anyone else does.
At first, I thought this game looked too simple and that it wouldn’t keep my interest as an adult, but it came highly recommended from friends so I gave it a chance. And I couldn’t have been more wrong! The shapes are deceptively simple, and finding a SET is challenging enough to keep adults on their toes too.
Another plus for this game: Your child can play the game alone. So when they come to you saying, “I’m bored,” don’t say a word. Just put this game in their hands, and they’ll be all set.
This is a fun mental workout for the whole family!
Note: The manufacturer says this is for ages 6 and up, but according to several other families (including mine!) most 5-year-olds and even some 4-year-olds are ready for this game.
From the Manufacturer
This award-winning game challenges players to race to find as many SETs as they can. A SET is three cards where each individual feature (color, shape, number, and shading) is either all the same or all different. The first player to see a SET calls out “SET!” and grabs the cards – there are no “turns” and no luck here!
Not only is this game fast-paced fun, it also builds skills and exercises the brain. Because it has a rule of logic and because players must apply this rule to the spatial array of patterns all at once, they must use both left brain and right brain thought processes. At the end of the game, the player with the most SETs wins!
SET is perfect for a wide age range and number of players (including solo play!) and is a fun intergenerational game as well.
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|Dimensions||6.5 × 5.5 × 1 in|
5 and up
|Time to Play||
|Number of Players||
1 or more
Jennifer Paisley –
Great game for kids 7 and up through adults. It really pushes you to look at different ways you can make connections.
Lisa M. –
We love this game so much I accidentally bought it twice! It is great for such a wide range of ages. My younger children (4) even played a modified slower version we made up. Plus after the kids go to bed my husband and I can play vs. each other and it's a whole different game!
Laura Smith –
This is a good game for older than 5. It takes quick thinking and quick hands. You also need a good eye. It's simple, but takes concentration.
C. Harper –
This is an especially fun game for logical thinkers and those who like to look for patterns. It encourages observation and following rules. Even if you are not as logical or good at recognizing patterns this game is a great way to develop those skills. I really enjoy playing this game.
So good for including all ages together, getting them to think mathematically without telling them so. The spatial awareness this develops is fun, competitive and beautifully repetitive. Finish a game and you want to start another!
Leila Stewart –
My kids 8 and up really enjoy this game. It's great for practicing pattern recognition. The younger kids can play if we take it a little slower, or play with fewer categories. Each card has four characteristics: color, shape, number of objects, and shading. There are three categories in each characteristic (red, green, and purple for the colors; diamond, oval, and squiggle for the shapes; etc.) To simplify the game, you can play with only the cards that are one shape (or any other characteristic), so you don't have to evaluate as many categories.
Leta-Kaye Hansen –
We borrowed this game from a friend when the kids were 8, 10 & 12 or so. It was fun to see how each of us tended to find particular styles of matches. I mostly saw shapes first, and my son saw number of items first, for example. It was fast paced and fun.