Hape Veggie Stacking Game

Veggie Stacking Game

The Stacking Veggie Game from Hape takes playing with your food to a whole new level.

Think Jenga, with a veggie twist!!

In the box are 54 solid wooden pieces to build a veggie tower and a colour coded die.

Hape Veggie Stacking Game

For toddlers, use all the solid wooden pieces to build a veggie tower – it is trial and error to see which shape balances the best. Build it as high as you can and then knock it back down again – a simple lesson in fine motor skills and cause and effect!!

Hape Veggie Stacking Game

For slightly older children, build the tower and then take turns to carefully pick out the vegetable pieces until the tower tumbles down, and then start all over again. This is great for fine motor skills and reasoning. There is also a die, for an added challenge of the game of chance.

There are so many learning opportunities with this stacking game, from colours to counting, to identifying vegetables and colours.

This game is small enough to take travelling and great for game nights.

Made from wood sourced from environmentally sustainably sourced forests. Hape toys stimulate children through every stage of development and help nurture and develop their natural abilities.

Disclaimer: We were sent the Stacking Veggie Game for the purpose of a review. All thoughts and opinions are our own

11 thoughts on “Hape Veggie Stacking Game

  1. Claire Roach says:

    I haven’t had a game of jenga for years! The twins will love this version for sure.

  2. Charli Bruce says:

    Oh, I love this and it looks so fun! My stepdaughter would absolutely love it!

  3. Oh that’s quite sweet – veggie jenga! My kids used to love stacking games

  4. This looks like a super fun game! Olivia and Jack would love this.

  5. We love Hape as their products are so well made and I love that that the wood used is sourced from environmentally sustainable sourced forests. We’ve not go this game but it looks like a great veggie twist on traditional Jenga and I love the vibrant colours of the veggie pieces.
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  6. Now, this is a fun, veggie twist on a traditional game. Certainly makes it more colourful and appealing to younger players.

  7. Jenni says:

    This is so much fun, I don’t think I’d win many games haha

  8. Valerie says:

    That looks like it would be a great holiday gift. Wood is so durable and the pieces are fun and colorful.

  9. Jelena says:

    Looks interesting. I am after something new to play with my little son.


    This looks like a fun game. I’m looking for this sort of thing for the kids to play with over the summer so they don’t overuse the tv.

  11. Kacie says:

    I love traditional Jenga but this looks so much cooler! Love those bright veggie pieces!

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