Orchard Toys Pizza, Pizza! Game
£9.79 - £7.69
(as of Jun 25,2022 15:04:10 UTC – Details)
From the manufacturer
Be the first to fill your pizza board in this fun shape and colour game, but watch out for the yucky toppings that need to go in the bin!
Players spin both spinners and find the pizza slice card that matches either the shape or colour shown on one of the spinners and place it topping side up on their pizza playing board. If the pizza slice they have turned over shows a gruesome topping the Head Chef will make them throw it away! The toppings will have children laughing as they try to avoid the spiders, worms and slugs that could ruin their pizza!
The yucky toppings will definitely get children talking! You can also use the topping cards to talk about different foods with children and ask them what toppings would be on their perfect pizza.
Develops Personal and Social Skills
As they play, children will learn about turn taking, and sharing as well has decision making and interacting with others.
Encourages Imaginative Play
Children will definitely use their imaginations as they come face to face with some yucky pizza toppings, from slimy slugs to scary spiders!
About Orchard Toys
Orchard Toys have been making educational games and jigsaws in Britain for nearly 50 years. The emphasis is on ‘learning made fun’, meaning parents can benefit from our trusted educational values whilst children will have so much fun they’ll want to play time and time again! We are passionate about producing high-quality products with minimal impact on our environment. All our games and jigsaws are made from recycled board and paper from sustainable sources. Sturdy, wipe-clean game and puzzle boards mean our products will stand the test of time against wear and tear and messy hands, ensuring they can be passed down through generations.
Encourages turn taking and social skills
Features fun, yucky pizza ingredients children will love
Suitable for ages 3-7 and 2-4 players
Packaging illustrations may vary slightly due to packaging update in 2017