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Gathering A Garden Eco-Friendly Board Game

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Gathering A Garden Eco-Friendly Board Game

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Hurry round to every vendor
So you can be a garden tender.
Get your flower, herb and tree,
vegetable and bird. (They’re free!)
Your garden is completely done?
Get home first, and you have won!

This beautifully illustrated, eco-friendly, fun spinner game from Eeboo teaches children about gardening and where our food comes from. It has no plastic  pieces and comes with a convenient cotton bag to store all the heavy duty cardstock pieces. recommended for ages 5 and up


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The Gathering a Garden game from Eeboo is a breath of fresh air! Take a trip round to each vendor to gather some flowers, vegetables and more for your bounty of garden delights.

 Gathering A Garden has lovely colors and illustrations. The characters travel around the board to get one item from each of five categories (birds, flowers, vegetables, herbs, and fruit trees) for their garden. 

There are no plastic pieces and the game is made with 75% recycled material. The characters have thick little cardboard cross pieces to make them stand up and the game also includes four extra cross pieces. Gathering a Garden is fun, beautiful to look at and promotes a range a learning and skills.


  • Games are such a great way for a family to spend time together.
  •  When you play games with kids, you pause in the busy-ness of everyday life and just take a little time to have fun with each other.
  •  The games we carry at Mountain Baby are all chosen to be fun, educational, durable, and geared towards developing important skills.
  • All games have their own unique features, but generally these games help foster social skills such as cooperation, communication, sharing and taking turns. They help develop focus, problem-solving, strategy, critical thinking, visual perception, hand-eye coordination, dexterity, and teach numeracy and other math skills.
  • There’s more to a good game than meets the eye!


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