Curious George Games
Your child adores Curious George and the Man in the Yellow Hat, and now you get to share in that joy with a wide selection of games based on the "Curious George" books. The Curious George games are more than just games because they are also teaching tools that can help prepare your child for school. They’re also platforms for your child’s imagination to create his or her adventures for George.Who is Curious George?
Curious George is a monkey and the protagonist in a series of picture books for children. The first "Curious George" book was published in 1941. It tells the story of how the Man in the Yellow Hat brings the monkey George from Africa to the big city. George is initially placed in a monkey exhibit at a zoo, but doesn’t like it all and comes to live with the unnamed Man in the Yellow Hat for good.What are Curious George games?
Curious George-themed games are meant for children to play. Some games can be played alone, and some games require a parent, another adult, or other children. The earliest games were released in the 1940s. Many different types of games about Curious George have been made since, and a common theme among them is an emphasis on teaching and learning as much as having fun.What ages play and what types of games are available?
Children frequently begin watching Curious George shows at about two years old. The games generally target three to six-year-olds. There have been many types of games about Curious George made over the years. Your children can play:
- Board games
- Matching games
- Jigsaw puzzles
- "Where Is" books
- Vintage games
- Video games
The matching game is a fun experience that helps hone memory skills. It’s a take on the classic matching game, which is suitable for children of all ages. Kids can play it alone or compete with their siblings and friends. The game includes 72 tiles. The tiles are heavy-duty and kid-friendly and feature Curious George as well as his many friends from throughout the neighborhood where he lives.What is the Curious George video game like?
Developed by Monkey Bar Games and published by Namco, the video game is based on the 2006 animated film released in theaters. It was released for Windows computers as well as the Xbox, Nintendo GameCube, Game Boy Advance, and PlayStation 2. The game is a platformer, which is a genre generally recommended for ages seven and up.Content provided for informational purposes only. eBay is not affiliated with or endorsed by Curious George.