BBY Brybelly Honeycomb Havoc P11165747BBY-TCDG-080 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/BBY/BBY-TCDG-080.jpg Brybelly Honeycomb Havoc A Seriously Sticky SituationWhen you\'re a hungry bear with a rumble in your tummy, a beehive looks like a buffet! Use your paws to poke out pieces of honeycombs, snatching up delicious gobs of honey to munch for lunch. Just don\'t alert the queen! If she falls, it\'s game over, and losing really stings!Why You\'ll Love ItCut from natural wood and finished with safe, water-based paint, Honeycomb Havoc! Is a fun dexterity challenge that supercharges fine motor skills and critical thinking capacity. Sure, it\'s great for 2-4 players, but it\'s also an exciting challenge for one! 11165747 193206000315 1.57lbs 2.50 7.50 9.00
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A Seriously Sticky Situation

When you're a hungry bear with a rumble in your tummy, a beehive looks like a buffet! Use your paws to poke out pieces of honeycombs, snatching up delicious gobs of honey to munch for lunch. Just don't alert the queen! If she falls, it's game over, and losing really stings!

Why You'll Love It

Cut from natural wood and finished with safe, water-based paint, Honeycomb Havoc! Is a fun dexterity challenge that supercharges fine motor skills and critical thinking capacity. Sure, it's great for 2-4 players, but it's also an exciting challenge for one!

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
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