Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Peaceable Kingdom, A MindWare Brand: Lemonade Shake Up Game Review


Lemonade for sale! Work as a team to make and serve enough cups of lemonade to fill your money jar. Shake up the dice and roll for the match! Get the ingredients needed to serve a customer and add a few quarters to the money jar. Miss the match and it’s a sour lemon for the team. Cooperate to win! No reading required. INCLUDES: 5 dice, 1 plastic cup, 12 customer cards, 4 sour lemon tokens, 12 quarter tokens, 1 recipe card, 1 money card, and instructions.
Age Recommendation: Ages 4 and up | Number of Players: 2 - 4
When the weather is nice outside it’s nothing to see kids have Lemonade stands set up, selling cups of lemonade for everyone in town. Wouldn’t it be nice if they could have their very own lemonade stand anytime they wanted, regardless of the weather? Lemonade Shake Up is a fun game that your kids can play and serve up some lemonade anytime they want! This game promotes working together at serving customers and filling up your money jar. When your jar is full you win the game together. 


The game comes with a money card that you can fill up with quarter tokens. There is also a plastic cup with five dice. On the dice you have; a spoonful of sugar, lemons, limes, strawberry’s, and the spill symbol. The spill symbol can’t be used, but you can roll it again. When you are rolling you choose the ingredients you need to make for either; lemonade, strawberry lemonade, or limeade. Once you fill up the recipe for the drink, you then can serve it to the customer with the corresponding drink on the card and earn money for the money jar. However, if after three turns and you don’t finish a drink your customer with the drink you were trying to complete gets a sour lemon! Don’t worry, if you get three sugar’s you can remove a sour lemon and try again. 


This is such a cute and fun game to play with your little one and become the best team ever at making lemonade. My little girl is loving this game. It has helped her with patterns, colors, money counting, and teamwork. It is similar to Yahtzee, but with a fun twist that makes it compelling and fun for kids at any age. 


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