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Baby Shark Let’s Go Hunt Game and Wooden Puzzle Review & Giveaway!

My son, Justin is 7. He is Autistic and is really obsessed playing with it. My Daughter Madison is 4 and also loves playing with both of them too. So when we were asked to do a Baby Shark Let’s Go Hunt game review and giveaway, I was really happy to accept!

The Pinkfong Baby Shark Fishing Game is suitable for children aged 4 and over, and has an RRP of £9.99. Additionally, 2-4 players can join in the fun. The Baby Shark Let’s Go Hunt game needs 2x AA batteries, which aren’t included. Once you switch the game on, the “pond water” rotates, and the fish intermittently pop up, open their mouth and then go back down into the “water.”

While the game is switched on, that song we all know plays continuously, on a loop… Much to my kids’ excitement! The aim of the game is to “catch” as many fish as you can, using your fishing rod. This isn’t as easy as it sounds, but 4 year old Madison loves it!

I think the Baby Shark Let’s Go Hunt game is great value, and brilliant for any Baby Shark fan. You can buy it in Smyths, Amazon and other retailers.

As well as the game, we were also sent the Baby Shark Sound Puzzle to review. This is £12.99 from Smyths.

Madison absolutely cannot get enough of this puzzle! She insists on keeping all of the pieces out of the wooden base though, and covering each shark in turn, to play the song. This toy is also well made, and good value. It needs 2x AAA batteries, which are not included, and is suitable for age 2 and above.




GIVEAWAY!!

How to win:

So, to be in with a chance of winning a Baby Shark Sound Puzzle, simply fill in the gleam form below. Remember to comment with who you’d give the prize to if you won. Please note, this giveaway is for UK residents only.

1 x Baby Shark Sound Puzzle

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