OgoSport was founded in 2004 by a dual of accomplished designers from world renowned school of design, the Pratt Institute. All the products encourage active play and exercise, age span from young children to grandparents, allows for open-ended exploration and experimentation, safety, quality, and integrity are just to name a few. For the upcoming holiday season, I want to tell you about a few of the items I was sent to review. OgoDisk Raq which retails for $34.99 you get 2 Raq Disks and one orange and one yellow OgoFlux ball which is made from ever foam ring, nylon spandex membrane center. For ages three and up you basically just hit the OgoFlux back and forth use in an OgoDisk Raq similar to badminton.
Kooba Lite which retails for $49.99 this is a cutting-edge target game with fresh graphics, popping color and the targets are various sizes. It comes with a 20” x 20” folding board game, for magnetic scoring markers, instructions with three games, one pair of shooting sticks, three magnetic aeros and one Kooba bull’s-eye.
OgoBild with Animate It! Studio Kit with a camera this retails for $64.99 this kit contains Animate It! Express software which was developed with the Aardman animation studio (the creators of Wallace and Grommet and Chicken Run) and is the premier UK education stop motion animation software. This all-in-one kit is for any child to start learning how to create their own stop-motion animated movies.
My Opinion: these are all great and fun games and it’s nice to get outdoors and get a little bit of exercise at the same time along with learning how to create your own animated movie. These are going to be great for families to play together and Christmas for my nieces and nephews they will love these.
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