Bright buttons pop up every 3-5 seconds for fast-moving fun that teaches focus and hand/eye coordination. Try to keep this set of 3 pop-up pieces down for as long as possible, then watch as they pop up unexpectedly. Kids as young as 18 months can use the game to build their hand-eye coordination when used as a stationary piece. As kids get older, each piece can be spread out for more active play and can even include competitions among friends. Put the pieces anywhere for variation and play as many games as you can create, including a game of tag, classic whack-a-mole, or even a race!
The beauty here is that kids can come up with their own games, even making their own game rules. Some ideas to get them started are:
- Time a competition and whoever gets the most tags in 60 seconds, wins
- The first player to push down and tag a game piece 10 times, wins
- Set up a race or obstacle course and whoever pushes theirs down first, wins
Wack-a-Tag helps improve kids’ concentration, body control and coordination!
Ages 3-12 years