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Little Red Riding Hood Deluxe

Lower Age: 4
Upper Age: 7
Price: $24.99
Year Added: 2016

Little Red Riding Hood Deluxe incorporates the familiar children’s story Little Red Riding Hood into an engaging, yet challenging logic puzzle game. It provides appealing figurines, obstacles, track pieces, a graphic novel, and a puzzle guide with 48 different challenges. The challenges range in difficulty from easy to expert. Users will enjoy that the rules of completing the puzzles correspond with the storyline of the book. Players must use their spatial reasoning and logical thinking skills to find the correct path piece(s) to get Little Red Riding Hood to Grandmother’s house, and in some scenarios, the wolf - who must get there first. Users must plan, test and refine their solution in order to complete each individual puzzle challenge. Young children are able to play independently on this game once the rules have been established. Solutions are easily checked by moving the figurines along the paths that have been made or by turning the page in the puzzle guide.


Engineering thinking and design practices the gift encouraged children to do or learn about: Plan the solution, try the solution, test the solution, redesign the solution, refine the solution

Engineering text or context explicitly provided: A problem, user, criteria, constraints

Additional engineering thinking and design skills addressed: Critical thinking, problem solving, spatial reasoning, logical thinking, trouble shooting


Overall ratings:

  • Children Reviews
    • Rating: 4.7 out of 5.0
    • Feedback: “It was fun. I like the graphic novel too.”
  • Parents Reviews
    • Rating: 4.8 out of 5.0
    • Feedback: “Children must find the correct paths to reach a goal with two different characters and different configurations. I think this is a practical game related to engineering thinking and design.”
  • Engineering & STEM Experts Reviews
    • Rating: 4.0 out of 5.0
    • Feedback: “This is a fun and friendly puzzle game that engages users with a fairytale context. It is a game that requires critical thinking and planning and a great gift for children.”