The T-Rex has stolen all the eggs - and it's up to you to get them back! Players take turns to race down the pathway to retrieve an egg in this dinosaur board game from Orchard Toys. When you land on a dinosaur footprint the T-Rex is turned around - if he's woken up everyone does a big ROAR and the player must return to the start, but if he's asleep when a player reaches the end of the pathway they can spin the spinner and collect that number of eggs. The winner in the dinosaur board game is the player with the most uncracked eggs in their nest at the end of the game!
- Who will collect the most eggs from the sleeping T-Rex in this dinosaur board game?
- Dino-Snore-Us will have players roaring AND snoring like a dinosaur!
- This action-packed board game is perfect for young Dinosaur fans who like to play with dinosaur board games
- Orchard Toys Dino-Snore-us dinosaur board game is suitable for children of ages 4+
About the Product: Orchard Toys is a UK-based company that produces educational games, jigsaw puzzles, activity books, and flashcards for children. Orchard Toys was founded in 1971, and as of 2023, the company has been in existence for over 52 years. Orchard Toys has also partnered with several well-known brands and organizations, such as the National Trust and the RSPB, to produce educational products that promote learning about the natural world.
Type of Product: Orchard Toys are experts in creating educational games, jigsaw puzzles, activity books, and flashcards for children. heir products cover a wide range of topics, such as literacy, numeracy, science, and geography. Some of their most popular products include ""Shopping List"" game, ""Farmyard Heads and Tails"" jigsaw puzzle, and ""Alphabet Lotto"" game.
Type of Users: Orchard Toys target market is primarily young children aged 18 months to 8 years old, as well as parents, teachers, and educational institutions. Their products are designed to be fun, engaging, and educational, with a focus on developing key skills such as hand-eye coordination, problem-solving, and language development