Little Thumbs, Big Thumbs : Harry Hopper

As I continue along my journey as a parent, and begin introducing games to my littles, the impact of learning how to take turns becomes crystal clear. The concept of sharing isn’t easy to grasp, but the instant gratification of seeing someone else enjoying a game turn seems to register more strongly than sharing a toy. 

That gratification is magnified even more so with a game like Harry Hopper, where playful grasshoppers are leaping across the table to collect blades of grass in an exciting game of daring dexterity!

To read the remainder of our Harry Hopper article, head over to the Daily Worker Placement, where is was originally published.

Little Thumbs, Big Thumbs: Harry Hopper

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