REVIEW: SCULPTAPALOOZA @learningresourcesuk

Just before the half term we were sent this brilliant game from @learningresourcesuk and we were so excited to play it. Thank you #gifted , here is my son’s and my honest review.

When we received it and opened the packaging and saw the design of the box it looked so appealing and we just wanted to play the game. We opened the box and we were not dissapointed, all the pieces packaged away easily in the box and fun instructions to be read.
In the box you have a large amount of blue play foam, a play mat, timer, score board with different shape pieces, 2 different sets of play cards and a die.

So Sculptapalooza is lots of fun for the family. We have played it several times and love moulding the play foam. It’s a bit unusual to touch at first but as my son said strange but satisfying….lol

It’s a fast paced game using your imagination to sculpt what it says on the card. Lots of fun and laughter was had by us all, especially when sculpting on your face or with your eyes closed.
The game is for age 10+ and I agree this is the right age as some of the cards for sculpting are a little more difficult. However you could adjust the game and make it more simple by writing your own cards, giving more time and I think younger ages would love it too.
This is a 4 or more player game. We used 4 people initially and was perfect, however my son and I played on our own as well. With a 2 player game it’s more of a time challenge working together which was lots of fun too and it’s learning without realising. Using their fine motor skills, imagination and creativity.

I would definately recommend this game. It’s a great way to spend some family time and have lots of fun.
I will finish off my review of this brilliant game with my son’s words, ’10 OUT OF 10, WOULD PLAY AGAIN!!!’

#gifted #ad #boardgames
#learningwithplay #funwiththekids #familytime #games #mumblogger #influencer #Oliver

Published by sarbearandthecubs

I am a single mum with 2 gorgeous children, Oliver who is 11 and Kayley-Rose who is 1. Parenting is hard for anyone but even more so when you are on your own and suffer from mental health issues. So I have decided to write about my life, experiences and feelings while bringing up two amazing children. It's fine to say being a mum is hard and it's all right to admit that it can be a struggle but oh so rewarding. Our little home is full of fun, laughter and the odd tantrum or two and they are mostly from me.....lol So I hope you enjoy what I have to say, and love our mad perfectly imperfect family. Happy Reading. xxx

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