Summary: This is a great little game for lovers of the Lalaloopsy dolls. You move around the game meeting new friends and creating gifts to give them. Although it might get repetitive it is a lovely little game and well worth adding to the collection even if it is only for an occasional play.
Lalaloopsy Game concepts children will use when playing
19 June 2012
Summary: The whole purpose of this game is for your child to obtain a charm from each friend in lalaloopsy land to complete a charm bracelet. This game is mostly a preschool math concepts game with some letter recognition and spelling (very little reading). It features a number of games that require matching, color recognition, patterns, spatial reasoning skills, shapes, spelling names by ordering letters on a bracelet and following visual and auditory directions.
Summary: My 5-year-old-daughter loves this game. It's the first thing she did after opening all her christmas presents. The game is too quick to finish though, or in her words "I beat the game already". She's still playing it though, along with her growing collection of Lalaloopsy dolls.
Summary: Bought this for our daughter who loves Lalaloopsy and is about to turn four. Her eyes lit up when she opened this and immediately went to play. We tried to assist her with the first part, but being independent, wanted to do it on her own. She does a decent job with it, but can become frustrated when she needs to complete something to move on. The game gives good directions at the beginning of each activity, but no much after you get started.
Summary: Santa gave this to my five year old daughter for Christmas. She loves the Lalaloospy dolls. She played the game for hours that day. She says she loves it and appears to be having lots of fun playing it.
Summary: I purchased this for my 6 year old daughter for Christmas. It arrived well on time and very neatly packaged. Although we haven't used it yet as it is for Christmas, it looks really good and I think my daughter will love it!