Peaceable Kingdom Feed The Woozle Preschool Skills Builder Game
Brand: Peaceable Kingdom
SILLY SNACKS: The Woozle loves to eat hairy pickles and fuzzy donuts. Can you help feed him 12 crazy treats before all the snacks are gone? A monstrous game of mixed up fun!
GROWS WITH YOUR CHILDREN: Comes with three levels so it grows with your child. Kids ages 3 and up work together to help feed the Woozle. No reading required, so even the smallest can participate!
LEARNING AND GROWING: Kids learn dexterity, fine motor skills, body awareness, and counting all while having fun and cooperating. Kids learn about taking turns and develop valuable social skills.
BENEFITS:Cooperative games cultivate emotional development, shared decision making, positive self esteem, creative problem solving and develop a sense of community in a non-stressful play environment.
WHO CAN PLAY: From 2-5 kids ages 3 and older can enjoy Feed the Woozle. Includes: 1 stand up woozle, spinner, spoon, die and game cards. Game play is approximately 15 minutes.
Details: A Game of Silly Snacks and Mixed Up Moves! Chocolate covered flies and hairy pickles? Yummy! The big mouth Woozle is hungry. Can you feed him 12 silly snacks like toenail toast and from the spoon before all the snacks are gone? Everyone plays together to feed the Woozle snacks from a spoon and if you can feed him 12 snacks before they are all used up, everyone wins! Play together, work together, and have some monstrous fun! Instructions for play include three different game levels so the fun will grow with your child. Since 1983 play has been the heart and soul of Peaceable Kingdom. Silly play, special play, wholehearted play! We create experiences to help kids play well together, so they can play well in the world. Our games and items connect kids and families, encourage learning and self-expression and let imaginations soar. And if a piece of your Peaceable Kingdom game or item gets lost in all that fun, we will gladly send you a replacement piece - just contact us directly with your need! When play comes from the heart and feeds the soul, that's Peaceable Kingdom.