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Goliath Games Pop The Pig: Even Bigger and Better Kids Games | For 2-6 players | Ages 4+

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It’s as easy as the set up so don’t worry, you won’t have to help the kids each time they repeat the game for hours.

A fun game for both kids and adults, Pop the Pig is a super entertaining game that will keep the whole family on its toes. For instance, if the pig is already inflated enough, every player will be at an edge and will hope to get lower-numbered hamburgers so that they aren’t the ones that end up popping the pig. This is also great for developing your child’s working memory as they will need to remember the colour they rolled on the die while making their way across to the burgers. Twist the tail toward the left, pull down the hands, buckle up the vest, and you’re good to go for another round!Children can quickly reset this pig game with one pump of the pig’s head and experience consistent belly busting game-play each and every time. Kids love the suspense as they watch his belly grow; the player who makes his belly burst wins the game. Learn how you can use Pop the Pig to help develop your child’s gross motor, fine motor, social, emotional and cognitive skills. You feed the hamburger to the pig and push down on his head 3 times making his belly grow with each push! Brooke creates no-print and no-prep speech therapy games and materials that engage students in both tradition speech therapy sessions and in teletherapy.

In case you get stuck with operating the pig, or if the tail/arms get stuck, you can refer to the troubleshooting tips. Don’t forget to watch the tutorial video provided with the download so you get the most out of these fun and engaging resources! In such a situation, if a player gets a skip, the player most likely jumped the hoop and one of the next two players is likely to lose the round. Let’s say it is numbered 3, then the player will place the burger deep inside the pig’s mouth and with both hands, press the head of the pig downwards. If your child gets frustrated, angry or upset when they lose or because it is challenging to practice the skills listed above, encourage them to identify what emotion they are feeling.

The number on the hamburger indicates how many times the pig has to chew that burger (or the player has to make the pig chew).

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