being MVP: Preschool Skills with Feed the Woozle

Preschool Skills with Feed the Woozle

My cousin's daughter, Ashlynn, reviewed Feed the Woozle Game from Peaceable Kingdom and here are her thoughts:

My daughter loves the Feed the Woozle Game from Peaceable Kingdom.  The basic concept of the game is to set up the 'woozle' creature and then players sit approx 10ft away from the woozle.  Players have to carry snack tokens on a spoon and walk over to the woozle and deposit the tokens in the woozle's mouth.  My daughter loves the silly names on the snack tokens such as 'fishy cupcake,' 'sandy pizza,' 'worm pie,' and 'broccoli lollipop.'  She thinks they are hilarious. 


There are two things that I really love about this game.  The first thing is that it has three different levels of difficulty.  This is great for me as my daughter gets older we can add a new dimension to the game to make it more difficult. 
Level two adds in the spinner, where players spin the wheel and it tells them to do something while walking to the woozle, such as marching, spinning, walking backwards, or bunny hop.  And the cool thing is that not all the players have to choose the same level of difficulty, even during playing a game with each other, meaning when my son gets old enough to play, and my daughter has started to outgrow/ get bored with the game, I can introduce the highest level to her, and we will all be able to play together.

The other thing that I really like about this game is that it is cooperative, so all the players win together at the same time, and there is never a loser.  The object of the game is to collect twelve cards, so as players earn cards, they add them to the community pile until all players reach twelve cards combined. 
I like that the game is not competitive like other games are, so it encourages teamwork and inclusion, plus I don't have to worry about someone getting their feelings hurt. Feed the Woozle encourages body awareness and developing motor skills.  It's a pretty simple game for kids to learn, especially if you stick with Level one at first. There is a large die that players roll, which only has numbers 1, 2, or 3, which tells them how many snacks they are able to carry during their turn. It is designed for ages 3-6, and my daughter is 4 and she is playing Level 2.  Level 3 requires players to walk with their eyes covered by a bandana.  The game is designed for 2 to 5 players. 
Feed the Woozle is the winner of both the Parents' Choice Silver Honor Award from the Parents' Choice Foundation and the Best Toy Gold Seal from Oppenheim Toy Portfolio. 
Buy ItYou can purchase Feed the Woozle for $19.99.

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The product(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.


  1. this game sounds great!! i think i love everything about it- the fact that is cooperative is pretty unique and wonderful, and it sounds cute and fun! i also love the fact that different difficulty levels are available. it sounds a little advanced for my 21-month-old, but i will keep it in mind for the future- we love playing games! :) thanks for the great review!

  2. This looks amazing! I am going to look more into the game for my kiddos :-).

  3. This would be perfect for my nephew

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  4. Love that they've won a few awards! They must be as great as you say they are :) I'd love this for my nieces!

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