Magic Moves Electronic Wand Review
A special thanks to Salmon Borre Group for providing me with a free product to review on my blog!
“Shake it up! Work it out! Magic Moves is all about… MOVIN’! Stomp like a dinosaur! Swoop like an eagle! Ninety fun, physical commands, twinkling light shows, and 26 musical styles get little ones up and keep them moving—exercising their bodies, creativity, and listening skills! Promotes creative movement, gross motor skills, and physical activity
Develops listening skills and ability to follow directions; enriches vocabulary (sway, prowl, creep, leap…). Perfect for group activities or alone play. Winner of multiple awards including named a 2012 Best Toy by parents magazine.”
Toys have changed significantly since I was a child and I realize more and more every day how little imagination my children must use with many of them. With smart devices at their fingertips leaving them without having to do much but sit there, I was anxious to introduce them to the Magic Moves Electronic Wand. It was fantastic to finally have a toy where my children had to fully interact and move around the room. As my daughter held the wand in her hand, her energetic brother by her side, they fully engaged themselves in all the wand’s requests. It was so wonderful to see them using a toy together and getting along! The wand is lightweight, durable, loud enough to hear over the excitement and displays a fun lights on the end of it. This wand provides 90 commands and 26 musical tunes and light show, giving your child plenty of fun to last for hours! If you are looking for a fun way to get your child off the couch and moving, look no further because the solution is right here! I highly recommend this toy and the price is very affordable, much cheaper than a new video game!
Watch this video below and see the Magic Moves Electronic Wand in action!
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