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I Saw it First! (ocean)
I Saw it First! (ocean)
$ 30.00

I Saw it First! (ocean)

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I Saw It First! Ocean contains three hundred ocean creatures populate the board of this carefully engineered game. Some are familiar like the blue whale, sockeye salmon and the clownfish, others less so, like the water bear, barreleye and horse-eye jack. Pick a counter from the box and be the first to spot that animal on the board! 

Coming in a triangular box with a hexagonal double-sided board, I Saw It First! Ocean features charming illustrations by Caroline Selmes. Simple to understand but addictive to play, this fun and challenging game will delight adults and children alike.

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    03 May 2021
    A delightful game!

    I ordered this for my kids but we actually all love playing this. There are so many ways to play/use it: first to get to get to a certain number of cards, who gets the most in a certain time, finding all the creatures... Beyond that we’re learning so much. Marveling at the uniqueness and diversity of ocean life. Laughing at the silly names of some. Looking up ones we’ve never heard of. The board fits together in multiple ways so every game is different snd despite the fact that we’ve played a lot, no one has memorized where any creatures are yet. All in all a delightful game!

    M
    MinnesotaGal
    United States United States
    03 May 2021
    So many ways to play

    I ordered this for my kids but we actually all love playing this. There are so many ways to play/use it: first to get to get to a certain number of cards, who gets the most in a certain time, finding all the creatures... Beyond that we’re learning so much. Marveling at the uniqueness and diversity of ocean life. Laughing at the silly names of some. Looking up ones we’ve never heard of. The board fits together in multiple ways so every game is different snd despite the fact that we’ve played a lot, no one has memorized where any creatures are yet. All in all a delightful game!

    M
    Minnesotagal