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I actually had a lot of fun with this campaign. My kids and I created a fun commercial type video for Wobbly Worm.
Wobbly Worm is a game for toddler, or rather kids age 3+ but probably appropriate for 2-7. It’s cooler than I initially thought because it is battery operated. It’s not just your average ring toss game. You have to toss and get the rings on while the worm is actually wobblying.
I also made a box opening video. Wobbly worm comes with….
1 Wobbly Worm, 9 Rings, 1 Instruction Guide
Does not include batteries.
The Wobbly Worm features….
My kids had fun working with me. We made a lot of video and I edited to the short version that you saw above. We have the longer version here:
You can find Wobbly Worm at
Wobbly Worm is the wiggly, giggly, wobbly fun game that preschoolers can play with their older siblings. Younger kids hold the rings and try to loop them over Wobbly Worm’s head as it wobbles by. Older kids can stand back and toss the rings over Wobbly Worm’s head. Three hoop sizes make it more challenging – the smaller the loop, the harder the hoop! Wobbly Worm is a fun, active way to help your child improve their dexterity and sense of timing.
It was hard to get Zoe and Miles to actually slow down and challenge themselves. With it moving and bouncing they had a hard time getting the rings. But as you can see they had fun.