Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Easter Basket Mini Monster Wood Toy #HABA #Unplug and #TakeTimeToPlay

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.



HABA is a wonderful brand for high quality items for children, any time of the year, but with Easter right around the corner, they're definitely the perfect place to find fun items to give to the bunny (you know, the one who will leave the baskets). ;)




The Game of Skill Mini Monster you see above is made of a sturdy combination of plastic and wood. It's 6.5" x 8" which makes it small enough to tuck in a basket, take along on a car ride, or even slip in your purse, but still big enough for little hands to hold onto firmly.

The object of the game is to tilt it to get the little red balls into the small holes located inside of each monster's mouth. When you get all of them in place, you've completed the task. Most of us had some version of these when we were kids. I had the cheap-o plastic ones with the little steel BB balls, and I loved those, but they never did last long. This one is going to last, and last, and last.  Regular readers here have probably already guessed whose Easter Basket this one is going into... my granddaughter's. :) She is the perfect age to love it. She is 3-years old, and the item is recommended for ages 2+.



Here's a close up of it, so you can see how cute it is... the monsters aren't at all scary, but they sure do look hungry. :)  It's a great candy-alternative to offer to the little ones for the upcoming holiday.

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10 comments:

  1. Ha ha ha. I remember the ones with the little steel ball. Broxton has one that savannah tries to get. This is cute

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  2. They sure do look like they want to eat indeed haha fun for the young kiddos I bet.

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  3. This toy looks really cool! Here in Europe I have never even see something like this :)

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  4. This looks like a really fun game to play. My kid isn't old enough for something like this yet, but he will be soon. So I'm going to have to keep this in mind for when he can play games.

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  5. This is such a cute game, my toddler would love this.

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  6. They look so cute:) I'm sure your granddaughter will love that toy. I can't believe it's Easter this Sunday!

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  7. That looks like a great game to focus on fine motor skills for toddlers!

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  8. So cute looks like a great toy for the little ones.

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  9. I do remember those cheapo games like this when we were kids. This one does look like it's definitely of a higher quality and those monsters sure are cute!

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  10. What a beautiful, crafty idea. I love that one can make this easily too.

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