* Thanks Spin Master for sponsoring this giveaway and video!
Hey Guys! I’m giving away this LATEST Spin Master Game to 4 Readers! Click play on the video above to see it in action. 🙂
I recently received this latest Spin Master Toy called Wobbly Worm. My kids were stoked to open the box. Wobbly Worm is a game designed for kids age 3 and up. The game aims to have players toss rings over the warm’s head as it wobbles around inside an apple base. 🙂
I like that it’s a physically active game to help burn off some energy, and develop hand-eye coordination skills for my littles. For my pre-schooler, Sophie, it helps her to practice gross motor skills. It works well both as an indoor game on a rainy day, or an outdoor game on a sunny day.
The game comes with 3 different ring sizes for difficulties. I gave the smaller rings to my older kid (Ryan, who’s 7), and the large rings to my younger one (Sophie, 3.5yrs). Ryan stood back further, since it was more challenging. And Sophie stood right over it (lol), to make it easier for her. I like that both my kids, from two different developmental stages, can play together.
You can also adjust difficulties by making it taller. You can play at 4 different height levels. The higher it goes, the harder it is to get the ring in (specially if you are standing back). It goes as high as 3 feet. Side Note: I was having a hard time tossing the smaller rings at the highest level. 😂
GIVEAWAY! How to Enter:
I’m gonna be giving away 4 Games! Hope it brings loads of fun to your family. Here is how to enter:
- Click Play and Watch the Video Above (or Watch Here)
- Leave a comment on this Facebook Post.
- Bonus Entries: Click Like and Share the video on Facebook
Giveaway ends April 12th at 11:59pm PST. I will pick 4 winners on April 13th, 2017. Good luck!
Here are some things I liked about the Wobbly Worm game for my family:
- Simple Game. Easy Operation and Assembly
- Practice Gross Motor Skills in Pre-Schoolers
- Develop Hand-Eye Coordination Skills
- Get kids moving on a rainy day
- Works indoors and outdoors
- Screen-free activity – YES! No iPads (We’ve been on this mission to have very minimal screen time)
- Different difficulty levels with height and ring size allow kids from different ages to play together.