Play cooperatively in Team Digger to learn sequencing, spatial reasoning, and early coding skills – no screen required! Each player creates a five-card sequence to move their dog from one dig site to another. Players win as a team when they find all four bones buried in the park before they dig up five unwanted objects, like an old shoe. Team Digger can be played by 2-4 players ages 6 + in 30 minutes or less.
“This is a STEM themed board game and it’s great for kids interested in coding. This board game would absolutely be a great first step into understanding the world of coding and how each sequence leads to a desired movement.”
“The game helps teach kids about sequencing, spatial awareness, and teamwork.”
“The game comes with 4 plastic dogs whose goal is to work as a team to unearth bones and toys around the playing board while trying to avoid digging up unwanted objects like a remote, socks, a hat, or other objects dogs might like to hide and bury from their owners.”
“The players each receive seven playing cards which have movement directions on them, e.g. Left, Right, Walk, Run, and Dig. The goal is to move your dog using your cards, or by borrowing cards from your teammates, to get the dog to move in a 5 card sequence to a dig spot.”
“It would be a great addition to any coding class.”
“I like that this game teaches children to work together”