One Dog, Ten Frogs matching game from Orchard Toys

Posted on May 21st, 2018

Here at Coombe Mill we make so secret of loving games and educational toys that encourage children to think and learn whilst having fun away from technology. The lovely range of board games and puzzles from Orchard Toys delivers against these aims every time. Quality wipe clean recycled board at affordable prices are turned into simple but effective learning tools for younger children.  We were invited to try out one of the new games for 2018: One Dog, Ten Frogs. The name had me taken from the start; an educational counting game with animals was going to be a winner here. Read on to discover more about the game and how you could win one to enjoy with your little ones.

One Dog, Ten Frogs game from Orchard Toys

Jumbo Cards for Matching and Sequencing

Essentially this is a giant game of pairs. Jumbo circular cards have numbers with the corresponding number of animals shown. Turn the cards and match the animals and numbers. When you are done make a long line in number order.  It is as simple as that, yet gives so many opportunities to discuss and explain both number values and the cute animals depicted.  

At just £10 we think this would make an excellent birthday present for friends and family members or perhaps a treat in preparation for starting school or nursery.  

See just how easy the game is to play in our little video

Need to know

Suitable for  Age 3+
CertifiedTeacher Tested

15 jumbo pairs of cards

Number reference board in 2 jigsaw pieces

Instructions leaflet

Learning benefits

 Matching and Memory skills

Counting skills

Animal identification

Encourages collaborative play

Available fromOrchard Toys, Amazon, Smyths Toys.


One Dog, Ten Frogs game contents

Win your game of One Dog, Ten frogs with Orchard Toys and Coombe Mill

To be in with a chance of winning this lovely educational game for your children just follow the instructions below. Good luck to all taking part.


One Dog Ten Frogs Game


We were sent our game of One Dog, Ten Frogs for the purpose of this review, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.