Back in February Eva and I received a copy of Feed the Woozle, a cooperative game from Peaceable Kingdom. We reviewed Feed the Woozle at that time and found that we liked the game, it was fun to play and helped test some of Eva’s fine motor skills. The game is cute. Kids take turns feeding the Woozle all sorts of crazy foods, they have to feed the Woozle one, two or three snacks. They might have to walk backwards, hop around and more all while keeping the snacks on the spoon to feed that Woozle. Kids have to work together to feed the Woozle twelve crazy snacks.
The game has three levels of play so that it can grow with a child’s development. As motor skills develop your child can move up to more challenging levels of play.
Here is the official statement from the Peaceable Kingdom’s Toy Fair Press Release.
Feed The Woozle • Ages 3-6 • $20
Woozle is hungry and his mouth is wide open and ready to catch some silly snacks like chocolate covered flies or hairy pickles. Can you feed him 12 silly snacks without dropping them from the spoon? Two to 5 players start the game with a roll of the die to learn how many snacks to put in his big open mouth. With a spin of the colorful spinner they then determine which goofy gross motor movement they will do while walking across the room to feed him. Maybe it’s a Bunny Hop, maybe walk backwards! Be careful, kids, and don’t drop those snacks. If everyone together can feed the Woozle 12 snacks, everyone wins! And giggles are guaranteed.
The preschool game includes a stand-up Woozle, 24 silly snacks, a spoon, a die, a spinner and instructions for three different levels of play.
- Level 1 introduces basic counting.
- Level 2 adds a gross motor movement a child must perform while making his way to the Woozle.
- In Level 3, players rely on guidance from teammates to find the Woozle because they must close their eyes!
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For the past three years we have saved money to go on a family shopping trip so that we could make donations to Christmas is for Kids. Each year we try to save more and do things bigger. This year many companies that I’ve done reviews with have provided me with toys to review but also toys to give away as well. On December 1, 2012 from 10:00am – 2:00pm Achin’s Garage is sponsoring a Toy Drive of NEW unwrapped toys for kids aged newborn to 18 years old at Attleboro Farms to collect toys for Christmas is for Kids. We’ll be making a huge donation thanks to so many great sponsors.
Disclosure: I was provided with a copy of Feed the Woozle for a review months ago and recently sent a second copy for donation to Christmas is for Kids. Opinions about the came are 100% my own.
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