On Hand: 8
How to Play:
Chocolate-covered flies and hairy pickles? Yummy! The big-mouth Woozle is hungry. Can you feed him 12 silly snacks from the spoon before all the snacks are gone? Play together, work together and have some monstrous fun! Set up the Woozle a hop, skip and a jump away. Roll the die and place that number of silly snacks on your spoon. In Level 1 (ages 3-4), walk over and feed the Woozle his snacks! In Level 2 (ages 4-5), spin the spinner and then move toward the Woozle doing the movement the spinner directs. In Level 3 (ages 5-6), do the directed move blindfolded and rely on your team to tell you where to go. Be careful and don't drop those silly snacks! Feed the Woozle 12 snacks and you all win!
Why families love this item:
Unlike most games Feed the Woozle encourages kids to work together feed the Woozle so he won't be hungry. This way, kids work together, learn together and they help each other! A cooperative game eliminates stress, builds self-esteem, and teaches kids that playing together can be fun!
- 2012 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold
- 2012 Parents' Choice Silver Award
- ASTRA 2012 Best Toys for Kids
- 2012 PAL Award Winner
- Ages 3-6
- 2-5 players
- Plays in 15 minutes
- No reading required
- 1 stand-up Woozle
- 24 silly snacks
- 12 yummy cards
- 1 die
- 1 spinner
- 1 spoon
- Instructions for 3 game levels
- Box measures 10 5/8" x 10 8/8" x 2 1/8"
What is a cooperative game?
A cooperative game is a game where all players play together against a common obstacle, not against each other. In a cooperative game no one feels left out and everyone has fun! Peaceable Kingdom’s cooperative board games use familiar game mechanisms – spinning a spinner, matching cards, moving a token, strategizing a win! The difference is that players play together. Playing together helps kids in many ways – they experience shared decision-making, they build self-esteem, they learn to share, to feel compassion, and to work as a team. Playing cooperative games teaches kids to cooperate.