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Sculptapalooza game reviewed by LI kid

Kidsday reporters, from left, Christie Trabold, Elizabeth Rosado,

Kidsday reporters, from left, Christie Trabold, Elizabeth Rosado, Caroline McAuley, Riley Shaw and Gianna Bommarito play Sculptapalooza. Credit: Patricia Roberts

Sculptapalooza: The Squishy, Squashy, Sculpting Party Game (Educational Insights) was a really fun and kid-friendly game. I recommend it to anyone who can read.

The directions were a little confusing (the section How To Play never mentioned when to use the customizable cards), but once we got the hang of it, I enjoyed it and playing with it with my classmates. To play, you draw a card and then you go to work trying to make what is on the card. Other players then try to guess what you’re sculpting. There is a time limit. The sculpting foam is reusable.

I think kids would like if there were different editions. For example, there can be a Christmas edition with red and green foam. I also think Sculptapalooza should come with a dry-erase marker for the customizable cards so that they are reusable. Overall, I enjoyed playing Sculptapalooza.

Rating: 4 smiles out of 5

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