The game is easy to follow and looping the mouse’s tail through the holes shouldn’t cause any frustration because of how seamlessly they fit together. Still, there are a few tricks kids can use while they play to help them with the game. To start, they shouldn’t try to spell the word in order and should first pick up the letters near the top of the pile. They can also use their mouse’s tail to gently nudge some letters out of the way to reach the ones they need.
Kids also don’t necessarily need a group to play the game. They can practice on their own and simply draw cards themselves. Even if they aren’t playing competitively, kids can still learn to spell basic words through the repetition of going through the different cards. Because the words are so simple, they might not be stimulating for older kids, but they can still enjoy the tense turns spent trying to pick up letters without dropping them.
Whether they play with a group of friends or on their own, kids can enjoy the tension-filled turns similar to a game of Jenga while they learn how to spell. This educational game feels more like fun than it does like learning, which makes it all the more appealing for younger kids.