Mindware SuperKid In Training Set

June 20, 2018

 

 

(Mindware $24.99)

 

Although it’s anything but open-ended, we think boys and girls will like the interaction of this active pretend superhero “game” that is designed to be a parent/child activity. Use it with one child on a rainy day or outdoors with as many as five kids ( who will have to wait their turn). There's only one cape and one set of wrist bands, a target, a lightning bolt, and a super mask. Not all the accessories are worn at once. The double-sided action cards tell what accessories are needed and what the challenge is for your little hero. Have the player choose a card of each color and set them up in their stands. Now, read the cards to the player and let the fun begin. The actions are relatively simple and do-able, while building a sense of can-do. Playing a full round takes some recall and plenty of big muscle action…a winning combination for preschoolers. For parents, this is a game that allows some sit down time for mom or dad while cheering their young hero(s) on the move. 4 & up.

 

Ages: Preschoolers

Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award 2018

Click here to purchase the product from Amazon.com

 

 

Please reload

Featured Reviews

Best Toys for Infants: 2019 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Awards

November 1, 2019

1/9
Please reload

Recent Reviews

October 21, 2019

Please reload

Archive
Please reload

Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Google+ Basic Square

© 2016 by Oppenheim Toy Portfolio | The Independent Guide to Children's Media

 

Products reviewed by the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio are provided by the manufacturer at their cost. The Oppenheim Toy Portfolio does not require or accept fees for reviewing products.