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Think Fun games: Laser Maze and Compose Yourself

Kidsday reporters Isabella Perrone, left, and Skylar MacIntyre

Kidsday reporters Isabella Perrone, left, and Skylar MacIntyre tested Laser Maze and Compose Yourself. Credit: Newsday / Pat Mullooly

Laser Maze

The object of Laser Maze (Think Fun) is for the laser to hit the rocket so you can make it blast off. It can be very tricky and funny watching your family go crazy trying to do it. This toy is a brain teaser. I love how the adults can’t figure it out and try to check the answer key. I love how you have to try to get the laser to hit the rocket. Put this on their Christmas list. I would.

Ages: 6 and older

Rating: 5 smiles

— BY ISABELLA PERRONE

Kidsday Reporter

Compose Yourself

I played Compose Yourself (Think Fun). The game comes with 60 music cards, a bag to put the music cards in and instructions. There is a website where you type in the card number from four music cards from the box. You then do the same thing four times then you pick either the Marimba, Orchestra or both. I think this product is amazing because hundreds of people do this and it’s great practice for beginner songwriters. It’s amazing because you can create music your own way, not someone else’s music. I also think this is amazing because you can create music and then print it out and you can play it on your own instrument. I made a song called “Art of the Bird” and I printed it out. I also made one called “Cleopatra’s Tomb Discovery,” but it was not very good, so I deleted it. I just threw down random music cards and now I am really good at it.

Ages: 7 and older

Rating: 5 smiles

— SKYLAR MACINTYRE

Kidsday Reporter

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