Do you know about Gogo’s Crazy Bones? They have been the most popular toy fad around the world for years and now these small colorful characters are flying off the store shelves in the USA. With the popularity of Gogo’s, Six Flags is weighing in on the action by offering $10 discount off of admission with a coupon downloaded from Gogo’s Crazybones’ website . The offer is only valid at participating Six Flags theme parks, including: Six Flags Over Texas, Georgia, Great Adventure, Great America and New England, until September 30, 2012! *Each promotion is honored only with a Full Price General Admission Ticket. See for details.
Gogo’s were inspired by games from ancient Greece where children played by bouncing and throwing sheep knuckle bones. Today’s Gogo’s are reminiscent of old school favorites such as marbles and jacks, with a modern twist! Each Gogo has a unique name, design, personality and special ability with an individual number stamped on each one for collecting. Not only designed for interactive old fashioned fun, but also offers educational play time without your child’s knowledge with practice in math, logic, reading and creativity.
My Four Year Old Loves Them
I had never heard of them so when my four year old saw the packaging she fell in love with it right away. She had never heard of them either but when we opened the package and got our little character out she started exploring the album and had all kinds of ideas about how many more she wanted to collect. I’m definitely putting these inexpensive little toys on the Christmas gift list this year. They make great stocking stuffers as well. I have not seen them at any of my local stores but luckily I can find them on Amazon.com and eBay. Love these toys. We received a sample pack of Gogo’s in exchange for this post and in giving my honest opinion, I’d say these little toys are perfect to collect, they have stickers and a little album. It’s not electronic so watching her engage and use her imagination with them is not only educational but fun. I do have to warn you that you should get a bag or pouch to store these things. These are not meant to be scattered on the floor for little babies or kids under three to get their hands on. Each Gogo crazy bone piece is less than the size of my thumb.
Gogo’s Crazy Bones are available at: Walgreens’s, Walmart, ToysRUs, Target, Big Lots, Learning Express, Mastermind Toys, Five Below, The Paper Store, Permed, Caramagica.com, and Olympia Sports. As I said, though you can also get them on Amazon.com or ebay.com