Here’s a game that gives both you and your mind a stretch! Ready to get twisted and tangled at the same time?
Phase 2: Get Untwangled!
Now comes the fun part, where children will really hone in on their communication skills. At this point, the spinner has become obsolete as the only way to win the game now is for the team to untwangle themselves successfully by returning to their starting positions (without fights or injuries, please!). This puts children in a position where they really have to listen to each other and delegate directions. Mission impossible or a no-brainer? That’s for them to decide.
A couple things we noticed:
The spinner is a little stiff and hard to kick. It might be helpful if someone on the sideline spun it and told each player where to move.
Parents, you might need to sit this game out, as the cords are designed for smaller bodies.
Lastly, the instruction booklet offers different variations for your kids to play to twangle the rules even more.
Would you play Twangled? Or are you still clinging to your decades-old Twister mat?
Kelly is an editorial assistant at Adventure Publishing Group. When she's not writing/playing/thinking about toys, she's probably spilling coffee on herself, laughing at her own jokes, or doing something awkward somewhere. As a quirky redhead, she one time tricked her friends into thinking she was the new face of Wendy's fast-food franchise as a prank. She's not, but a chili lover can dream right? You can follow her on Twitter @kcorbzz.
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