The Crazy Chefs are in the kitchen and they have lots of delicious food to prepare. There are five tasty dishes on the menu - pizza, kebabs, shepherd's pie, stir-fried noodles and iced cupcakes. But the Crazy Chefs need lots of help collecting the utensils and ingredients they'll need before they can start cooking. Players start by turning over cards, trying to find all the things they need to prepare their meal. Once they have collected everything on their game board, they spin the spinner to try to get a plate. Once they have their plate, they need to 'cook' their meal by spinning the spinner again until it points to a child sitting at a table. The winner is the first player to get everything they need for their meal and to 'cook' it. This very popular, best-selling game encourages children to talk about food and food preparation, and is linked to science and PSHE in the National Curriculum (there is an educational guide printed on the box). You could add to the play value by asking your child about some of the ingredients and utensils in the game: find me a picture of some prawns; can you see a picture of a spatula? It encourages social skills, and it may even encourage some extra helping hands in the kitchen. This game is for 2 to 5 players, aged 3 to 7, and is made of durable, wipe-clean recycled board.
Join the chefs in the crazy kitchen and collect everything they need to make a meal. Then grab your plate and wait for your dish to cook. Will you be the first to serve up a tasty treat? A fun lotto game with a food theme. Links with Early Learning Goals in personal, social and emotional development. Includes: 5 chef boards, 5 plate cards, 5 meal cards, 35 ingredient and utensil cards, spinner and instruction leaflet.