My grandkids came over this week and tried out another of the new critical thinking games I recently got from Timberdoodle. This one is called Dress Code.
It contains several clear acrylic tiles — four with pictures of children on them, and several more sporting various patterns in a variety of colors and styles.
The game is designed for ages four and up, so it was the perfect thing to try out with my little granddaughter. Technically, she won’t be four for a few more months. But she loves to dress up, and caught on quickly.
The game also comes with a little booklet filled with 80 different challenges that gradually increase in difficulty.
The beginner level challenges were a cinch for this smart girl!
No need to read instructions. The objective is pretty self-explanatory: just make your child’s outfit match the one in the photo.
All the little acrylic tiles store away neatly in the little yellow box — together with the game booklet — making this a compact and portable activity to take on the road.
The activity kept our little one quietly occupied for at least half an hour. It’s a great way to spend wait time at doctor’s appointments, in carpool lines, or while older siblings are doing homeschool lessons.
She might’ve kept playing all afternoon had some of the older children not wanted a turn, as well.
Those bright colors and bold patterns were hard to resist — even for my 13-year-old!
Of course, she flipped immediately to the back of the game booklet to try her hand at the harder challenges.
Pretty soon, even brother wanted a turn. Do you have kids (of any age) who’d enjoy Dress Code? You can purchase your own copy through Timberdoodle.
And while you’re on the Timberdoodle website, I’d encourage you to look around. We love everything we’ve ever ordered from this small family-owned company!
PLEASE NOTE: As a member of the Timberdoodle blog team, I routinely receive free or deeply discounted products in exchange for writing honest reviews. Opinions expressed in these posts are 100% my own. I’ve been a happy and enthusiastic Timberdoodle customer for decades — long before I ever started blogging for their company.