Perhaps the hardest thing for a preschooler (and possibly for adults) to learn is to share. The biggest arguments I see on the playground involve sharing a toy or a swing. The Learning to Share Fun Park Game is designed to encourage sharing by having tots visit a fun park complete with a ferris wheel, log flume and circus. Players take turns winning prizes at the "park" and earn stars when they share their prizes with the group.
Of all of the games in the Noodleboro line, I found this one to be the biggest stretch in terms of the learning. The first few times we played, the kids were more interested in winning the prizes for themselves, than earning "sharing stars" for sharing their prizes. But, as time went by, and I added some incentives to the game (snacks, etc.), I found them beginning to share on a more regular basis.