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delightfulkatieSoCalAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5great funAugust 2, 2012delightfulkatieSoCalAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I ordered this when I started our Fruit of the Spirit lessons in our homeschool curriculum. I have a three year old and a five year old and they both LOVE this game. It's really simple play, kind of like candy land, so it's easy for them to understand. There is no explanation of the fruit of the spirit during play, so make sure when you are rounding the pictures that have them spelled out you talk to the kids about them. Great fun and great learning tool, we all love it :) The only complaint I will make, and it is so minor, is that on the cards you draw there are red squares but on the board they are pink.
Roy Harano4 Stars Out Of 5January 6, 2010Roy HaranoGrand Kids had so much fun playing with Grandpa. This is a great tool to spark Bible lesson with kids and intiate their relationship with God.
Melanie L Gillaugh4 Stars Out Of 5January 21, 2009Melanie L GillaughGreat for pre-schoolers; similar to Candyland in that there is no reading required. My granddaughter LOVES it!
Meredith Kimmerle5 Stars Out Of 5December 22, 2008Meredith KimmerleThe game was easy for our grandson (age 4) to play. He enjoys it very much. He can tell you the fruit of the spirit easily after playing many times. It was perfect for him!
Allison1 Stars Out Of 5March 5, 2008AllisonThis game is just like Candyland except the pictures have been changed to childlike angels and the names of the fruit of the spirit are printed on the board. The only teaching about the Fruit of the Spirit your children will receive is what you teach them while they are playing, the game does not assist with this at all. Also, the colors on the playing cards do not match the colors on the game board. It is hard to explain to a preschooler who knows his colors that the pink card in his hand means move to a red square on the board (it wasn't much easier to convince the older siblings, either).