Feed the Woozle

A Game of Silly Snacks and Mixed-Up Moves! No reading required!

Grades PreK-1 - Ages 3-6

SKU
PK524
Rating:
93% of 100
$25.95

Feed the Woozle 12 silly snacks from the spoon before all the snacks are gone? Play together, work together and have some monstrous fun. As children grow, they move to the next level of play, adding challenges at each age and level. 

Feed the Woozle 12 silly snacks from the spoon before all the snacks are gone? Play together, work together and have some monstrous fun. As children grow, they move to the next level of play, adding challenges at each age and level. 

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Topic Early Skills, Games, Gift Ideas, Math, Money, and More, Occupational Therapy

Feed the Woozle

Chocolate-covered flies and hairy pickles? Yummy! The big-mouthed 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.

Feed the Woozle is a great way for young kids to learn body awareness, fine motor skills, dexterity, gross motor skills, and counting—all while having fun! In addition, children practice rolling a die, spinning a spinner, taking turns, and working cooperatively. The game has three levels of play with specific rules designed for age and developmental capability. As children grow, they move to the next level of play, adding challenges at each age and level.

Feed the Woozle

  • Stand-up Woozle (10" x 10" x 6½")
  • 12 Mummy cards (1½" x 1¾")
  • 24 Silly Snack tokens (1½" x 1½")
  • Spinner (5½" x 5½")
  • Die numbered 1-3 (1")
  • Spoon (7¾" length with 2" bowl)
  • Instructions
Customer Reviews
  1. Awesome Game!!
    Quality
    100%
    I used this for Day 1 of Speech Therapy in my school. I love that there are 3 levels of play, so I could use this with my 3-year old preschoolers, as well as upper elementary (and I plan to use it with some of my high schoolers as well). All of my students so far have loved it. They giggle at the silly (yucky) snack names. Level 3 involves giving accurate directions. Prepositions are used. Just an all-around fun game!

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  2. Fun non-competitive game that gets kids laughing!
    Quality
    100%
    What a great game to teach teamwork and get students (and SLPs!) laughing too! My students love this game so far. It is very durable, so I anticipate that I will use it in therapy for many years to come!

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  3. Super fun!
    Quality
    80%
    I am a preschool SLP, this game is a great tool to engage the kids in improvement of their language and/or articulation skills. This game is easy to adapt to whatever task you have in mind. And the kids love the Woozle!

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