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I am pretty lucky in the sense that I have really active kids that very much enjoy getting out in the yard and running around. They defiantly fall into a rut sometimes; less motivated and harder for me to get them moving. When all the usual ways of getting them off the couch and active fail, it’s the perfect opportunity to try something new. So we recently had the opportunity to try out a fun new game… a game that is physically active and produces lots of giggles. Let’s take a look at the silly and adorable Wobbly Worm game!
This isn’t the type of game where your kids sit around, it is very physically active but so much fun that your children don’t mind! Something else to take note of is that this game grows with your kids because the height is adjustable from 13” to 36”. Kids ages 2 to 8 are going to having hours of fun trying to land hoops over the worm as he wiggles all about!
Wobbly Worm keeps your kids occupied with multiple ways to play and levels of difficulty. There 3 ring sizes, so younger children can work there way up and older children can challenge themselves by throwing smaller hoops from further distances. There are also two ways to play this game, whether your children are tossing or hooping, this game provides endless fun!
My two year old daughter and my six year old son spent an afternoon unboxing Wobbly Worm and trying to game out for the first time. If you are interested in seeing their honest experiencing and additional details about the game, make sure to check out our video down below. There is plenty of video showing the game in action, plus I go more into detail about the game’s features. Then there are some adorable bloopers with Addie at the end!
If this looks like a game that your children would enjoy, you can find Wobbly worm is available now at Walmart, Target, Toys R Us, Amazon, and Spin Master for just $19.99! Hope you enjoyed this post and video, let us know in the comments down below if you got this game for the kids and their thoughts on Wobbly Worm!