Feed the Woozle by Peacable Kingdrom is an award winning game filled with snacks and mixed up moves, the main objective of the game is to toss all the snacks in the woozle’s mouth with a spoon!


This game also has great skill building opportunities such as fine and gross motor skills, counting, body awareness, working cooperatively and taking turns rolling a dice and spinning the spinner.


The game includes 1 stand-up Woozle, 24 silly snacks, 12 yummy cards, 1 dice, 1 spinner, 1 spoon and instructions for three different types of game play.

Level 1 is where you walk over and feed woozle his snacks, it’s recommended for ages 3 – 4 years old and all you need to do is throw the food in Woozles mouth using the spoon provided!

Level 2 is recommended for children aged 4 – 5, spin the spinner and then move towards the woozle doing a movement that the spinner has landed on then try and toss the food in his mouth.

Level 3 is a little harder and recommended for children aged 5 to 6, put on a blindfold and follow your friends directions to try and figure out where the woozle is then attempy to put the food in his mouth!

The first person to feed the woozle 12 snacks wins!


Dylan had so much fun with this!  I certainly see the educational value of this such as counting the food peices, throwing and using arm movements, learning to use a dice and spinning the wheel then trying out different moves!  It’s a fun team game that I think most kids will love, check out some of the fun Dylan was having!

Peacable Kingdom has lots of different fun and educational games for children and since Dylan is at that learning stage I am introducing him to a lot of toys like this, they are so much fun and at the same time educational!


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Disclosure: I received this product free from Peacable Kingdom in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.