was not sure what my boys would make of this game; they did have initial
reservations upon clocking the very pink box!
But they were willing to put that to one side and give it a chance. I am so glad they did, as it was quite a fun
and enjoyable game to play. Neither of
my two have lost any teeth yet, but for eldest especially I know it’s only a
matter of time, all his friends have started having the odd tooth fall out…
game helped ease any concerns he might have had as it seems quite exciting now
to lose a tooth and have a visit from the tooth fairy. The game itself is quite simple to play, not
hugely educational but still a worthwhile purchase.
positively beamed when they saw the “magic” of tooth transformed to a
is aimed for children 5+ but my youngest who is 4 really liked playing it
too. I think it’s a good age to
introduce children to a game about the tooth fairy; it helps keep the magic
alive… Children grow up too fast these
days, so anything that keeps these lovely traditions alive is well worth
you only have boys do not feel you cannot give it a go, you will be surprised
how much they like it! Stockists’ information number is 01506 855577, or visit their website: www.drumondpark.com.
Bet your sorely tempted to get your own game (RRP £19.99) now but luckily I have one to giveaway, please fill out the rafflecopter below
by the 13th of May.