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  • Nina Moore

    math game

  • jessica whyte

    Gift idea for Anabelle

  • Claudia Berlandy

    Number Hunt Game by Educational Insights. $16.62. Be the first to reach the finish and you win. Practice adding, subtracting, counting and finding addends. Silly safari friends in a race through the jungle. From the Manufacturer Join your silly safari friends in a race through the jungle, counting, reading and adding numbers to move around the board. Be the first to reach the finish and you win. Small Parts: Not for < 3 yrs. Grades K+/Ages 5+. 2 to 4 player ...

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