The Bunny Peek-a-Boo game is made up of three parts. 1, three sturdy wooden pieces. 2, a wooden bunny. And 3, a set of cards. The idea of the game is to sort the wooden pieces in a way that matches the picture in each card. It’s like a 3D puzzle, with multiple difficulty levels, or challenges, within the cards.
Bunny Peek-a-Boo is very simple, yet also intriguing. The wooden blocks are brightly colored and with fun shapes, with a rabbit that plays peek-a-boo. In addition to the fun and cuteness, the quality of the pieces is great!
With a 3.5 and 5 year old, I expected my youngest to enjoy it more. However, it was actually a lot of fun for all of us and a wonderful activity to do as a family. We all enjoyed going through the 60 challenges. Some were easy, and some were more challenging. But each challenge made us stop to think about 2D and 3D perspective. It was a great way to explore concepts like above and below, inside and outside, visible and hidden, etc. with my kids.
Here are some examples of the Bunny Peek-a-Boo challenges.
As you can see, some challenges are simple and use fewer pieces. And other challenges are a bit more difficult and really make you think.
You can find the Bunny Peek-a-Boo game here or in Timberdoodle’s Preschool curriculum kit. Be sure to also check out my review for Usborne’s Little Children’s Drawing Book for Preschoolers.
My name is Paula and I’m a mom of two scrumptious cuties. Thanks Mommy Blog became a project for me to help guide other new moms and current moms through any of my own personal experiences and struggles. My hobbies include singing, doing jigsaw puzzles, baking, designing and trying to stay creative.