Chad Valley Wobbly Worms Game.
Over the next few months you are going to be seeing several lovely Chad Valley toys being reviewed here on Mummy Of 3 Diaries as we are now apart of the Chad Valley Play Panel with Argos. It's an exciting project especially at this time of year when Christmas is fast approaching. Everyone is going to be looking for the best toys to buy their children and I am going to try and help you out by showing you the toys my three love the best out of our toys.
Each month up until January, we will be receiving a selection of toys which my children will be playing with and putting through their paces so that we can pick out their favourites for you. This month we recieved four very different toys from the Chad Valley range and after a weeks playing with each of them, this is what they choose as their favourite out of the four.
The Chad Valley Wobbly Worms Game .
The Chad Valley Wobbly Worms Game is a fun remake of a classic game of tower balancing. It's fun new twist means the traditional wooden blocks have been replaced with colourful, silly worms. and you get a dice which you roll to see which coloured worm you should pull out and replace on the top. It's a It's bright and colourful game which is very easy to play. It's recommended for children aged 3 and over and costs just £11.99. All three of my children loved this game and I loved that it's a great family game which we can all play together. It did get a little crazy when playing this as we weren't very good at it. The worms often came tumbling down after just a few goes but we are getting better with practice.
It's a simple game but I like that as it doesn't take long to set up and the kids can do it by themselves. A top tip is, if you pack it away properly with the worms in order, you can then just tip the box upside down slowly and they all come out in a ready built tower, ready to play. Lily and Ryan, my youngest two have sat playing this quite happily for hours at a time.
Chad Valley Wobbly Worms Game is lots of fun and is guaranteed to make everyone smile. The silly worms are lightweight so there's no need to worry about anyone getting hurt when they fall. The tower only takes minutes to build and all goes away nice and neatly.
I'm glad the kids choose this game as it's a nice one to have at home. It's great for family games nights and impromptu family get together's. It's going to be played a lot over these next few weeks as they have a tournament going on when they're seeing who can win the most games. I think Lily was in the lead, the last time I asked but that may have changed.
We would deffinatley recommend the Wobbly Worms Game. It's a nice game that's easy to play, quick to set up and worth every penny of it's already low price tag. It gets a firm Thumbs Up from all of us here and a Play Value score of 4 out of 5 - Well Done!
Disclosure: This review is written as part of our Chad Valley Play Panel Reviews.