Poo Bingo Game
Poo Bingo Game - Discover all you ever wanted to know about poo – and more – with this brilliant game for kids and not so grown up grown-ups!
Featuring 24 animals and their uniquely shaped poos, this is the bingo game to end all bingo games. Kids will delight in discovering that wombats poo in cubes and that penguins poo in squirts that come in different colours depending on what they’ve eaten! Be the first to fill your game card with animals and poos to win BINGO!
Beautifully packaged, Poo Bingo is gorgeously illustrated by award-winning illustrator Claudia Boldt, while also containing an informative booklet with all the things you wanted to know – and never dared to ask – about animals and their poos.
Animals that are featured include: ants, bats, bears, beetles, cats, cows, elephants, horses, koalas, mice, penguins, pandas, rhinos, snails, vultures and many more. Did you know that the microscopic demodex mite (often called an eyelash mite because it lives on our faces) is the only creature (that we know of) that never needs to poo? Read about this and other fun and smelly facts in the accompanying booklet.
Poo Bingo comes complete with a fully illustrated board, chips, a small container to store them in, eight double-sided game cards and counters ready for players to mark up their cards and score those points! Just one of our fantastic games.
Box size 22cm x 22cm
Bought this for my granddaughter who is five and loves a game of Bingo.
This game is good fun and she really enjoyed playing it. The game is good quality and has lots of 'cards' so you get lots of choice / different options etc.
Who knew poo could be such fun.
Playing with my 3 year old granddaughter, it’s fun but also very educational, learning about new animals and putting them in alphabetical order, love it
The perfect gift for a 7 year old boy! Bought for a friends son and he loves it! Has an educational aspect too! Who knew poo could be so entertaining?!
Grandsons loved it.
I purchased this for my 6-year old granddaughter who already owns some genuine dinosaur poo. Like so many kids at that age, she finds the word poo hugely funny, and will enjoy playing it when we can finally meet up again.