Friday, August 17, 2012

Feed The Woozle Game Review +Giveaway

These days it seems like electronics have taken over the world, including our children's.  When I was young we use to make mud pies, explore our backyard fields, play games, find ladybugs and all that good stuff.  These days, it seems like children are constantly glued to the screen, forgetting all about the little things in life like spending quality family time.  A great way to spend time together and keep your children away from the screen is by playing games. I found the perfect game for children ages 3 to 7 years of age to play and it's called Feed The Woozle!  


Kids will enjoy playing this silly game as they feed the Woozle funny snacks on a blue spoon. I teaches team work, good habits, patience, and fine sportsmanship.  It's no wonder why the game received a silver honor from the prestigious Parents' Choice Foundation for Spring 2012 toys.  In addition to that they recently were honored as an American Specialty Toy Retailers Association’s  Best Toys for Kids winner, in the “Games Play” 3-7 years category.  


I love the fact that the game does not require any reading,  which makes it a perfect game for all of my children to play! I sat down with all of my sons to help teach them how to play it and they all really enjoyed themselves. It was funny to see them trying to scoop their silly snacks into the Woozles mouth.  The goal of the game is for all of the players to work together to feed the Woozle twelve silly snacks before they run out of snacks. Oh, and did I mention we refer to them as "Silly Snacks" because they are named things like "Fuzzy Doughnuts" and "Broccoli Lollipops"!  


This game is perfect for my three year old son because he is just at the age where he is beginning to learn and practice good habits.  It can easily be adjusted for different age groups/levels making it perfect for my older son too.  This game makes a great addition to their game collection.  



BUY IT: You can purchase Feed The Woozle game for $19.99.

LEARN MORE: To learn more be sure to visit Peaceable Kingdom

WIN IT:  One of my lucky readers is going to receive a Woozle game of their very own!!! 

*Disclaimer - I received the item mentioned above, free of charge, for review purposes.  In no way did this alter my opinion of their products.  All of my opinions expressed in this post are one hundred percent honest and true.*


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22 comments:

josh da man said...

i like da game:
http://www.peaceablekingdom.com/Products/This-or-That-Original__GM102.aspx

josh da man

My Journey With Candida said...

Match Up Game

Anonymous said...

Mermaid Island looks like fun. dollmf@arvig.net

Jennifer Young said...

Flippity Frogs!

nickieisis3 said...

Flippity Frogs

Hoa said...

I also like the Fish Stix Board Game.

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Janet W. said...

We would like Count Your Chickens! Cooperative Board Game .
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Sandy VanHoey said...

I like flippity frogs

abrosius said...

race to treasures

Meghan said...

Stone Soup. Thank you for the chance to win!

Colleen M said...

I would also like their Just Puppies game!

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latanya said...

Hoot Owl Hoot! Cooperative Board Game

Sam Freer said...

This or That? Original

Kristen said...

I might like Flippity Frogs.

CAJUNMAN12 said...

I like the Animal Alphabet Match Up Game

Jessica Russell said...

Snug as a Bug in a Rug!

Sue Hull said...

My neices would love the Fairy Colors Match Up game. I also liked all the stickers and temp tatoos. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

katychick said...

i like the alphabet match up game for my kids
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Kay said...

I would love to try out the Hoot Owl Hoot! Cooperative Board Game my kids would love it just as much as the feed the woozle game =)

Terra H. said...

Snug as a Bug in a Rug Cooperative Skills-Builder Game
Thanks
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Saver Sara said...

Hoot Owl Hoot

Rachel said...

mermaid island