Read more of Samantha’s review at As They Grow Up.
Kimberly says, “Using games in your home is one of the best ways for kids to learn. But sometimes it’s hard knowing what game is actually worth it. We want games that will be fun and great for years, not just a one time play and then off to the top of the closet. So today I am sharing this great little gem I found called Pajaggle. It’s awesome!” Read the rest of her review at Natural Beach Living.
Jennifer says, “I thought [Pajaggle] would primarily appeal to my little ones, but I was wrong. As soon as my teenagers heard the commotion, they came to join in the fun, as well.” Read the rest of her review on The Flanders Family blog.
Jessica says, “Pajaggle promotes reasoning ability, improved concentration, attentiveness, and mental sharpness. It’s even good for adults to play. And the multi-sensory process that Pajaggle emphasizes on actually uses both sides of the brain! “I definitely look forward to using Pajaggle not only in our kindergarten curriculum, but also has a family game or a quiet activity for my boys to do. It’s a great product, we give it an A+!” Read the rest of her review at Pig and Dac.
This Pajaggle review by Munchkin Time not only tells you about the game and their thoughts on it, but also includes a video to show you some of the variations of using the game. Part of what they thought of it is, “There are many educational benefits in this game. When playing Pajaggle Board Game it improves concentration, attentiveness and mental sharpness. That is pretty cool!” Now, you’ll have to go to the blog to read and watch the rest of their thoughts on it, but now I’m sure you want to, so just click here.
Growing Up Creative has posted a fun Pajaggle review, complete with several pictures and even a video. “My favorite aspect of Pajaggle is that when it is played with 2 players, no matter the age difference, no one has to slow it down for the younger player. At age 6, my son can play to his full potential against any adult, and the adult can do the same because both can use the same skills needed to play…” This is just a snippet of what they thought, but if you click here you can read their full thoughts on it.