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Mattel® Game

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    It's time to get nuts! In the Chipmunk Choppers™ game, kids learn letters, matching, spelling and pattern recognition while having fun. The object of the game is to pick nuts off the tree to find the right letters or colours to match the pattern on the card. But it's not simply finger picking-players use a cool chomper mechanism to collect the nuts.
  • Be the first person to match the pattern on your card to win!
  • Pick nuts off the tree with your chipmunk to find the right letters or colours
  • Game includes 2 chomper mechanisms and 16 nuts.
  • For 2 players
  • Ages 3 and older
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$14.99

Save 25% until Sep 04, 2014 Sears regular 19.99

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http://www.sears.ca/product/616-000190736-Y2563

Item #: 164 293 279 10

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    It's time to get nuts! In the Chipmunk Choppers™ game, kids learn letters, matching, spelling and pattern recognition while having fun. The object of the game is to pick nuts off the tree to find the right letters or colours to match the pattern on the card. But it's not simply finger picking-players use a cool chomper mechanism to collect the nuts.
  • Be the first person to match the pattern on your card to win!
  • Pick nuts off the tree with your chipmunk to find the right letters or colours
  • Game includes 2 chomper mechanisms and 16 nuts.
  • For 2 players
  • Ages 3 and older

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Cute Game I bought this game for my 3 year old son for Christmas, and we love it. He knows all the letters and can play the game so well.
Date published: 2014-04-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This was a birthday present for my 3 yr old grandson and it really caught his attention. When he left, he had both chipmunks in his hands for the ride home. I think that is a good sign.
Date published: 2014-01-29