BrainBox Peppa Pig Game {Review}

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Daisy and Jake are both massive Peppa Pig fans. I’ve lost count of the number of episodes we have watched over the years. We also love playing games together, and can often be found on a Saturday afternoon having fun with one. When we were asked if we would like to review the new Brainbox Peppa Pig game from The Green Board Game Co we were delighted. I knew the kids would love playing a game that featured their favourite characters.

Brainbox Peppa Pig Game In Box

Brainbox Peppa Pig helps children improve their observation and memory skills. There are 55 cards and each one features Peppa and her little brother George in a whole variety of situations. The aim of the game is to study the scene on the card, remember as much as you can about it and then answer some questions to test your memory.

Inside the box you will find:

  • 55 Scenario Cards.
  • 1 Rules Card
  • 1 Sand Timer
  • 1 Die

Daisy and I played the game together although it can be adapted for a single player. Daisy has a fantastic memory so I knew she would love this game.

We took it in turns to choose a card, we had until the sand timer ran out to memorise as much as we could about the scene. Next, we rolled the dice to decide how many questions we had to answer, there are five questions on the back of each card to choose from.


child playing Peppa Pig game reading cards

child reading Peppa Pig game

Daisy did really well with this part of the game, better than me in fact! The great thing about the cards is they helped with Daisy’s reading skills. She insisted on reading the captions on the bottom of each card as well as asking me the questions.

question card from Peppa Pig game card

I really liked that the questions made Daisy really think about what she had seen on the card. This game was great for improving my observation skills too.

child with Peppa Pig card from game

The Brainbox Peppa Pig Game and other Brainbox games are available to buy from John Lewis, Amazon, The Entertainer and other good toy retailers.



137 thoughts on “BrainBox Peppa Pig Game {Review}

  1. So many I loved Scooby doo, bag puss, rainbow could go on don’t think kids programmes are as good as the 80,s and 90’s.

  2. I’m a bit older my grandson would love this. I remember andy pandy , bill & ben, woodentops and noddy lol

  3. Haha ever heard of Bill and Ben and Watch with Mother I used to love them and they were in black and white. Crickey time flies but my little grandson loves peppa pig.

  4. Bob the builder! My partner thought it was hilarious that a 5 year old girl had a bob the builder themed party! I’m so glad my daughter loves it now too haha

  5. I remember I used to love a programme called “Twizzle” but I must be incredibly old because not many others seem to remember it!

  6. I loved Bagpuss and the Moomims πŸ™‚ Then Jockey Club which I am the only one it seems who remembers it.

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