Magic Moves Electronic Wand Review

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My three year old son’s first reaction to the Magic Moves Electronic Wand was “Is that for me? That’s cool!”. He wasn’t quite sure what it was at first but once he pressed that green play button he was in heaven. All this week he had been constantly pressing one of his trucks that play music and dancing to it. He loved that the Magic Moves Electronic Wand had music AND told him what to do. He enjoyed all of the different actions like hopping like a bunny or creeping like a fox. We still haven’t made it through all of the motions because there SO many of them which is amazing!
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I found the Magic Moves Electronic Wand to be quite educational. I think it’s a perfect toy for stay at home moms or even for classrooms. It gets kids moving creatively while also introducing new words. You don’t have to sit there thinking of some way to get your kids the exercise they need. The Magic Moves Electronic Wand does it for you. The Magic Moves Electronic Wand also helps build your child’s vocabulary. For example, my son did not know what the word scurry meant but once I explained it and showed him he could add another word to his vocabulary. Yes!
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The Magic Moves Electronic Wand lights up with different colors each time the play button is pressed. At the same time it also plays fun and exciting music that my son loved. Some of the music sounded very cultural as well as classical which I think is nice. The wand also has repeat button for the times your child is too busy dancing around to hear what the next action is. Trust me it does happen.
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Overall, I loved the Magic Moves Electronic Wand for my son. It comprises both learning and motion which is great for preschool children. After all, boosting brain power is what most parents strive for.

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Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.

Comments

  1. Susan Cooper says:

    What a wonderful toy to help a child explore their imagination. They can be a superstar in their own livingroom. 🙂

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