Any true Harry Potter fan knows that the beloved game only ends once the Snitch is caught, but with Wow! Stuff’s Mystery Flying Snitch, kids have all the power to keep the game alive. Kids can connect with — and flaunt — their inner Seeker as they try to “catch” the Snitch as it magically flies around them. Plus, it’s educational, too.
Next, kids just switch on the Snitch and watch the looks on their friends’ and family’s faces as they try to catch the elusive Snitch, weaving the hard-to-see thread around their fingers as the Snitch appears to fly around in mid-air. It will take some practice to perfect this magic trick, but it’s well worth the effort.
The Mystery Flying Snitch promotes motor skills through its detailed, active play, improving hand-eye coordination, balance and dexterity, and physical awareness. It also helps foster technological and electronic skills.
When they’re not playing, kids can display the Mystery Flying Snitch on the plinth included, or use it for cosplay.
Sierra McCleary-Harris is a senior editor at Adventure Publishing Group, editing and producing content for the Toy Insider, the Toy Book, and the Pop Insider. If she's not at her desk, you can find her somewhere doing a puzzle, losing it over the latest arts and crafts, or hanging out with her kitties Hazelnutz & Pepper Ann.
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