Here at Coombe Mill we love a bit of fun and folk law. Recently we have been studying Cornish Pixies with the guests and the children loved the concept. I had a feeling the mythical yeti or abominable snowman would be equally popular in the fun game of yeti in my spaghetti from University Games. The Yeti is from the folk law of Nepal. He lives in the mountains and eats anything. In this crazy sounding game the yeti loves spaghetti. Read on to see how to play and win yourself this fun filled game.
How to play
Simply arrange the spaghetti over the plastic bowl in a messed up style and then balance the toy Yeti on the top. Each player takes it in turns to pull a strand of spaghetti out from underneath the yeti, being careful not to disturb him, or worse still see him tumble into the bowl and end the game.
What we thought
This game is fun and uncomplicated for children from age 3 upwards. That said it requires patience, dexterity and the ability to take turns. Our little ones thought it was great fun and played several rounds once they got the hang of it. It would be a good one to practice around the time of learning to write as it is great for developing fine motor skills.
Need to Know
age 3 upwards
Bowl, spaghetti pieces, yeti, instructions
2 or more
Win your Yeti in my Spaghetti game from University Games and Coombe Mill
For a chance to win this fun filled game for your child to enjoy simply follow the instructions below. Good luck to all taking part.
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