My 5 year old is obsessed with pokemon..and when my 11 year old was 5 the regular headbandz was his FAVORITE game in the world..so when I saw this..it was a no brained I HAD to get it for my son for Christmas.he literally stopped opening presents to play it. He LOVES this game. We have to play it every single day..and we play it for hours. All my kids join in 5,11 & 15 and I play it. It’s great because you can really have a blast. My kids laugh so much while we figure out new ways to describe the pokemon without giving it away. The headbandz can fit any size head they are adjustable. And the directions are very simple for anyone. It’s great for all ages and my Little one gets sooo excited to guess which pokemon he has. I think this was a great idea to incorporate pokemon into a fun kids game. Highly recommend this to anyone with little ones that love pokemon. Defintely will keep your little ones occupied for a long time. My kids can play for hours!
Love the game, but the spinner is warped. I have emailed customer service and hope it can be replaced. A flat spinner will make the game so much more enjoyable. My 3 year old loves the game though so we struggle through it often.
My girls (6&7) love this game. The anticipation of the next question is just so exciting for them. This age group is considered JR. There are different rules here. No blurting out. Instead, they write their answers on paper. They move 4 spaces if the word and spelling is correct and 2 spaces if correct word but incorrectly spelled and 0 spaces if all together wrong. I love that my 6 year old even though her spelling is incorrect still feels like she is super smart for guessing the word correctly. This is a great educational game and gets the kids to think and practice spelling. A game that will last for years. They can grow into the adult version and we can play as a family.
I love to play scrabble but the messy tiles all over especially if the board gets bumped. I remember to this day that one year Santa brought me a scrabble game. It was a larger board, but it had all tile lock AND it was on a base that made it able to turn so each player could look straight on. I had that game board for probably20 years. We have moved 3x while building our new house and I am pretty sure it has gotten lost in the transitions, I will miss that board but this will be nice to play on with the lock in tiles.
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