Product Description This award winning game encourages memory and literacy skills in a really fun way that helps children learn. Suitable for 2 to 4 players, each player picks a trolley or basket that they must fill. Turn over one of the 32 cards showing familiar, everyday items from the supermarket such as eggs, tomatoes, washing powder and toothpaste - if they are on your list, you can pop them in your trolley or basket! The winner is the first player to collect all the items on their list and fill their trolley.This updated version of our bestselling game is suitable for children aged 3 to 7 and features new style items and lists, including one on a tablet. Children can learn to recognise various grocery products and read the names from their lists. The game can also promote plenty of discussion, not only while playing, but also on a shopping trip to a real supermarket. Children can spot how many items from the game they can see on the shelves!The game can be supplemented with one or both of the booster packs ('Fruit and Veg' or 'Clothes') to increase the number of players and/or the number of items to buy. The colourful illustrations of everyday items mean the game can be played by young children with no reading ability as well as more advanced learners. From the Manufacturer products are made in Britain from durable, recycled board and have a wipe-clean finish, meaning they will stand the test of time against constant playing, wear and tear and messy hands! Our range is developed, designed and illustrated by our talented in-house team with education in mind. Working in conjunction with teachers, nursery professionals and children themselves, we ensure that every product maintains the perfect balance between educational benefits and play value...making learning fun!Unparalleled attention to realistic scale & detailing A true reflection of nature on a smaller scale giving educational play value Made of high quality plastic & hand painted Dimensions: 5.59 x 1.89 x 3.54 inch (W x D x H) Bulls have been the symbol of Spain for centuries. They can weigh well over 1, 000 kg and are extremely strong. Before a Bull attacks, it displays warning behaviours. It shows itself from the side so that it looks bigger, tosses its head back and forth, scrapes the ground with its front hoof and Bellows. Bulls practice butting their head by playfighting just a few hours after being born.