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Orchard Toys Greedy Gorilla Game, multicolored, 041

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You can make your Gorilla into a ‘female’ or ‘male’ and give them an appropriate name e.g. “Geoff the Gorilla”/”Holly the Gorilla”. You can then reinforce the pronouns, ‘he’ and ‘she’ throughout the game e.g. “She is eating an apple/He is eating some peas.” Lots of children find it difficult to wait their turn. Playing Greedy Gorilla with a sibling/friend, gives the child lots of opportunities to practice waiting to have their turn. As they are excited to hear the naughty gorilla, not only are they motivated to wait their turn but they also want to carry on playing the game until it is completed. Greedy Gorilla game gives you the opportunity to discuss different foods with your child, including colour coded cards which help children recognise the differences between healthy and unhealthy foods. Children will love the inclusion of the 3D burping gorilla, which comes ready fitted with 3 AAA batteries. Each player starts with a menu board, showing (in words and pictures) different ingredients to make up a healthy, nutritious meal. Players turn over the food lotto cards one at a time, trying to match them to their own menu board. If a player turns over a junk food card, such as chips, donuts or pizza, this must be fed into the Greedy Gorilla’s mouth, which causes him to burp loudly. When he burps, all players have to put their hands to their mouths and say “Excuse me!”, encouraging good manners. The winner is the first player to fill their board. Depending on your child’s level, you can make it easier for them by holding the ‘naughty gorilla’ up and asking “What should the gorilla eat?” They can then simply label the ‘food’ item.

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Greedy Gorilla Game by Orchard Games. Feed the junk food to the gorilla, while you make a healthy meal! This hilarious, educational game helps children learn the difference between healthy food and junk food in a fun way. This learning can then be reinforced in your everyday activities when you talk about what you and your child are eating ie. “Mummy’s eating an apple”/”daddy’s eating a banana.” By giving your child a choice of ‘food’ and ‘people’, you can encourage them to understand sentences with two key words e.g. “Give the banana to mummy ” “Give the sweetcorn to the gorilla .” The child has to make a choice with two words – the ‘food’ item and the ‘person’ to give the item to. You can then lay out a selection of the different food pictures and ask your child for one to see if they have developed understanding of the food item e.g. “Give me the apple.”.This is the food game where you collect the ‘healthy’ foods on your place ‘mat’ and you feed the ‘junk’ food to the gorilla. The naughty gorilla then makes a burping noise! Foods’ are an early category of words that children develop understanding of. This game gives you lots of different food pictures to label and talk about with your child e.g. ‘ice-cream’ ‘milk’ ‘bread.’ The children (and adults!) find the Gorilla hilarious. As well as having fun listening to the Gorilla, the game can also be used to develop lots of the childrens’ speech and language skills:

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