Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Where's Olaf? from Wonder Forge Review

We received a sample in exchange for a honest an unbiased review.

We had the opportunity to review Disney Frozen Where's Olaf? with our grandchildren.

We decided to spend the day doing fun things with the grandchildren. We started the fun off with making Christmas cookies. We then decided that after all our hard work we would grab ourselves a plate of cookies, a mug of hot chocolate and play a new game we received from Wonder Forge, Where's Olaf?.

Disney Frozen Where's Olaf? is a fun game of hide and seek. This game teaches kids to be cooperative with each other and communication skills.

The contents in the Where's Olaf game box:

  • 1 game board
  • 26 tiles that have questions on them
  • 7 Go Look! tiles
  • 1 sand timer
  • 1 plush TY Olaf
  • set of play instructions

    Disney Frozen Where's Olaf is a game for 2 or more players, ages 4 and up. Players will ask each other questions and use deduction to figure out where Olaf is. Questions like "Is Olaf in a room with a tub"?, or "Is Olaf in a room with a tub"? will get 'getting hotter' and 'getting colder' answers. You need to look and find Olaf before the time runs out!

    My granddaughter's favorite Frozen character is Olaf, she, her brother and sister have had lots of fun playing this game. This would be a game perfect for the coming holidays, so many children are big fans of Disney Frozen. All three of my grandchildren were having a blast trying to figure out where Olaf was. I would recommend this fun loving game to anyone with little ones or even not so little as us old folks had a great time too!

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    1. Isn't this wonderful...teaching kids to co-operate, what a novel idea! I bet it's a hit with Olaf!

    2. Olaf was my favorite part of that movie. I wish they would come out with a new one with just him and the moose!! :)

    3. What a great game! Maybe it would teach them to find their stuff when they get older by using clues! :D But, yeah looks fun and I am happy your grandchildren loved playing!