My daughter was thrilled to see me in my local toy shop and asked for a Spooner Board. My daughter spent hours playing with it, and she couldn’t get enough. It was amazing to me that a Spooner Board could keep her focused for so long!
What is a Spooner Board, you ask? Spooner Boards are a nearly indestructible balance boards that can spin, flip, slide, wobble, and many other tricks. The Spooner is a skiboard without wheels, a surfboard that doesn’t have waves and a snowboard that doesn’t snow. The product was exactly what I expected when I got it.
Every board is 100% American-made and comes with a lifetime guarantee. This unique shape is designed to allow riders of all abilities and ages to learn balance, coordination, gross motor skills, and creativity. The Spooner Board combines the best of snowboard, skate and surf culture. However, the possibilities are endless. The Spooner can be used on grass, hardwood, carpet or any other surface.
Spooner toys are recommended for children 3 years old and older. This toy would be great for older children, even if they are younger. There are two sizes to choose from: 28-inch and 24-inch spooner boards. They will have hours of entertainment and will also get exercise. This toy is a great combination of fun and exercise. Spooner boards are designed to be safe for parents.
Hayley loves playing with her board. She asks me every morning if she can go play with her board. It’s so great to know that she is having so much good fun and being active with a toy. She said that she wanted to get the board for her friends so they could go “turning,” rocking, sliding and spinning.” It’s an amazing product! It is a great product that my husband and I both love. It’s fun for all the family.
Spooner Boards generously provided a board for one of my readers. Rafflecopter sponsored this contest. Click here to see the rafflecopter. Follow the required entry by leaving a comment explaining why you are excited to win the Spooner Board. Good luck!
*I was provided with this product for review. My opinions do not reflect those of outside sources.