Three happy trucks are on the way to their next destination. They need to pick up a load of packages, but will the haul fit? Can you help them stack everything properly?
Rev up your loading skills, it's time to get packing! Trucky 3 evolves in step with your child's skills. Toddlers initially play with the trucks, loading them up and emptying them, and driving them around like a toy car. Kids who are a bit older play the game, working through the 48 exciting challenges that are easy at first, then gradually get more and more difficult. Trucky 3, first a toy...then a game!
3 wooden trucks
10 colorful blocks
48 challenges and solutions
Age : 3 to 8 years old
Basic Constructive skill
Basic Spatial concept
How To Play
1. Choose a challenge. Select the truck and playing pieces indicated by your challenge card. You may need more than one truck for some challenges. Put the trucks and playing pieces you don't need for the challenge to one side, out of the way.
2. Load up the cargo into the back of each truck in your challenge.
. All the playing pieces need to fit in, and they must not protrude over the edge of the cargo container.
. The cargo pieces can be oriented in any direction, so place them whichever way up helps you solve the challenge.
. The cargo hold doesn't have to be completely filled. Sometimes there will be empty space left.
. For STARTER and JUNIOR levels you only have to load up one truck. For the EXPERT and MASTER levels you have to load up two or three.
. When you have to load up several trucks, you have to figure out how the pieces fit into each cargo space, and you also need to decide how you will divide the playing pieces between the trucks in the challenge.
3. There is only one solution. You can check it on the flipside of each challenge page.
Trucky 3 evolve in step with your child's skills. Toddlers initially play with the trucks, loading them up and emptying them, and driving them round like a toy car. Kids who are a bit older play the game, working through the 48 exciting challenges that are easy at first, then gradually get more and more difficult. If the challenges seem too hard, load up the trucks by looking at the solutions first.
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