A fun way to introduce your child to pattern matching, spatial reasoning and problem solving. With sets of four cubes and 60 pattern cards, players race to recreate the pattern with their cubes – fastest player wins the card!
The parent guide offers extending learning opportunities for understanding patterns, sorting, observation and memory.
How to play:
There are lots of ways you can play Q-bitz Junior at home. This example has you playing each round three times, the player with the most card wins!
Round One Turn over a pattern card and race to recreate the pattern with your set of cubes. If you’re the first to complete the card, shout ‘Q-bitz!’ and collect the card.
Round Two Reveal the top card. Players roll all of their cubes on the table like dice and use the cubes as rolled to recreate the pattern. If you’re the first to complete the card, shout ‘Q-bitz!’ and collect the card.
Contents: Four sets of four wooden cubes; four wooden trays; 60 cards; Parent Guide.