Pretty Pretty Princess Jewelry Game
Players move their pieces around the game board collecting plastic costume jewelry, such as rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets.
There's a charming simplicity in this game for little ones who dream of being a princess. Players move their pieces around the game board collecting plastic costume jewelry, such as rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. The winner of the game is the one who collects the crown and all the jewels that match their playing color. That player is the princess who now turns over the spinner to reveal a mirror into which she can gaze at her royal self. Game play includes the dreaded black ring, which no one wants but someone might get. Sticky jewels are included to decorate the jewelry box and the crown. For young children with royal fantasies, Pretty Pretty Princess is pretty pretty good. The first one to get a full set of princess jewelry and the crown wins. Pretty Pretty Princess is an easy-to-play game for two to four children who like to dress up. Each player picks a colored piece in pink, green, blue, or purple and takes a turn spinning the wheel on the jewelry box to advance around the circular game board. Each space on the board guides the player to pick a piece of jewelry that matches the color of his or her playing piece, or to put one back in the jewelry box. The goal is to be decked out in full princess regalia. There is only one crown, and it can also be picked from the jewelry box or off the royal brow of some other would-be princess. Aspiring sovereigns should beware the black ring--you definitely don't want to be stuck with it at the end of the game. The game includes plastic bracelets, necklaces, rings, earrings, a crown, and a jewelry box with a spinner and a mirror. There are jewel stickers to decorate the jewelry box and the crown (but the stickers should not be put on skin or clothing). The object of the game is to be the first to gather a ring, bracelet, necklace, two clip-on earrings and the crown in your color. Players spin the durable plastic spinner and move the appropriate number of spaces. Each space has a word and the picture tells the player what to do...plus a put one back or select any piece space. This game is easy to learn and play. Players will be working on fine motor skills, turn taking, appropriate social behavior, counting, following rules, and directions, and color matching. Small parts; not for children under 3 years old.