The inventor of SET has done it again! Marsha Falco has taken her award-winning family favorite, SET, and adapted it for children as young as 3. The long-awaited, much-anticipated SET Junior is here! With new concepts built on the principles of the original game Marsha has geared SET Junior toward younger minds. Your First SET Game! Award winning for kids of all ages. Start with basic matching skills and kids collect point chips for every SET they make. Once they know what a SET is, flip the board over to side 2 and race to find SETs in fast paced fun!
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