Saturday, September 16, 2017

Smash Pong Family Game #Giveaway from Education Insights


Educational Insights has a game for children ages 7+, but my grandbaby is 5 and I bet she'd love it. It is definitely NOT for children under 3 because the balls are small and could pose a choking hazard. Smash Pong is easy to set up and consists of 1 smash pong launcher, 6 balls, 20 challenge cards, a game guide and the storage bucket.




Playing is fun and easy. Players take turns trying to accomplish the tricks on the challenge cards, which all consist of unique ways to smash the pong into the container. Because it comes conveniently packed in a bucket, you can easily take this to grandma's or on the go with you. I'm thinking it'd be really fun to take to the campground! I know a lot of campers are still going on the weekend, trying to get those last few trips in before it gets too cold outside! Of course, it's fun to play at home too. :)


It's easy enough for the younger kids to play, but still challenging enough that the older ones will want to too. I think it's a great addition to add to your family games.

Enjoy some friendly competition right in your backyard with Smash Pong!™ from Educational Insights!   Ready, aim, smash! Get the whole family poppin’ with this new hilariously fun and strategically silly challenge game perfect for kids 7 years+. MSRP: $21.99. Available online at www.EducationaInsights.com

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One lucky winner gets one to call their own. US entrants only.


NOTE: I'm not sure what happened here??? The giveaway disappeared from my Rafflecopter dashboard entirely (that has NEVER happened in six years, with many, many giveaways), and the giveaway automatically ended early (I cannot extend it to it's original date because it literally disappeared). I am contacting customer support and will randomly select and e-mail a winner via outside program. My apologies! 

24 comments:

Melissa C said...

I like the Nancy b's science club,

Anonymous said...

I like the Word on the Street game (Lisa)

Jan Lee said...

i like that they have games and toys related to school subjects and by age of a child :)

Jan Lee said...

The G+ link has a picture of a magnetic tic tac toe, not the smash pong so I couldn't +1 it or share it, sorry

slb3334 said...

I like kanoodle jr.

Pat Hatt said...

Seems like a fun challenging one to get the brain working. Win indeed.

alissa apel said...

I think I'd like Kanoodle® Jr. for my nephew Edison. It looks fun!

Theresa Mahoney said...

It does look like a lot of fun. A great thing to have on hand for parties too!

Ken Ohl said...

I liked that many of the items are for play but educational also

nickieisis3 said...

I also like kanoodle jr.

Colette S said...

I like the RiddleCube™ the Game

Lauren said...

I like the Design & Drill toy.

Nicole Lancaster said...

I like the Playfoam Shape & Learn Alphabet Set from Educational Insights.

Marty C. said...

The Nancy B's science club toys are really cool. I'd have loved any of them as a kid; in fact, most of them, I'd *still* like to play with!

Lasonda said...

I like the Pete the Cat puppet on a stick.

Tara Darity said...

I like the GeoSafari® Talking Globe!

angel d said...

i like the once upon a craft

Binky said...

Loooks like the game could be fun.

Tara O. said...

I like the way their website is set up so that you can shop by age! Very convenient!

Wendy ArtsyChaos said...

The Rhyme Out!® game looks really fun for everyone. They have a lot of great family games.

LeAnn Harbert said...

I like that the toys and games help them learn while they're playing.

Christian A said...

The GeoSafari® Jr. Walkie Talkies would be nice to use with my niece.

Susan Chester said...

The Design and Drill Activity Center looks fun!

tatertot374 said...

GeoSafari® Talking Globe is something my daughter would love. Thank you