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Cranium Hullabaloo

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Cranium Hullabaloo
 
4.7

(based on 19 reviews)

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5.0

Too much Fun

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from USA

Comments about Cranium Hullabaloo:

Cranium Hullabaloo is a lot of fun for both parents and children. This game involves moving your whole body and really getting into the game. Once you start playing it, the fun times will begin. There is a main box that is a speaker which calls out the character to go to on the different circles included. There are all kinds of shapes, pictures, and all other kinds of crazy things.

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4.0

Great game for children with special needs.

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from USA

Comments about Cranium Hullabaloo:

I have a typical developing child and a special needs child. I will first say that this is a great game for child that has Autism. My child works on generalizing skills that he has learned in a fun way. He works on his colors, shapes, and verbs and he does not even know it. My typical developing child also really enjoys this game. He especially really enjoys all the different goofy verbs that you do going from pad to pad. The only drawback of this game is that you really want to space these pads out so you need a fairly big space to do it with otherwise they are hopping to the pads that they could just take a short step to. Overall though it is a great product!

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4.0

fun without a loser

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from Salisbury, MD

Comments about Cranium Hullabaloo:

Hullabaloo is a fantastic game that gets kids moving. Players move around on spots placed on the floor as directed by a musical player.  They are told to move their bodies in creative ways.  They have to think about the pictures on the spots in creative ways.  It's upbeat, fast paced, silly and fun.  My favorite part of the game is that even though there is a winner declared every game, everyone else doesn't really lose.  They just wiggle or dance or whatever the game tells them to do.  Hullabaloo is losts of fun forthe 4-6 age group. 

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5.0

Crazy Silly Fun

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from Canton, GA

Comments about Cranium Hullabaloo:

My boys are 2, 4, and 5. The older two are easily able to play and follow the ques...the baby (who just turned two and is on the autism spectrum) dances and and jumps from shape to shape and has a great time. I love it because all you have to do is pull it out of the box, toss in some batteries, throw the shapes all over the floor and hit the big red button and the game tells you what to do. It's great exercise for mom too. LOL

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5.0

Get crazy and have fun!

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from Chino, CA

Comments about Cranium Hullabaloo:

My son got this for Christmas when he was 3.  He's now 5 and STILL loves this game.  His older sisters will play, too, not to mention Mom and Dad and it gives all of us a reason to just be silly and crazy and have fun!  What's even great is that when he's home and sisters aren't, it's a great game he can (and will) play by himself, from set up to clean up, gives him a chance to enjoy some independence.  I highly recommend this game for preschoolers, especially.....loads of indoor fun and helps get the squirmies out on those stuck-inside rainy days!

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4.0

Good, easy fun for the young ones.

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from Charleston, SC

Comments about Cranium Hullabaloo:

  This is an easy, interactive game that my 5 and 1 year old boys love to play.  A mix between musical chairs and Twister, it has brought us lots of fun.  I like the choice of objects (Vegetables, Musical Instruments, etc.) the game has. 

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5.0

Absolutely hysterical to play

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from Horseheads, NY

Comments about Cranium Hullabaloo:

This game is fun for parents and kids!  The best part is that my daughter can play it alone if I'm cooking dinner or whatever, and don't have time to play because the electronic device gives all the instructions and is so easy to use!  She was playing on her own the first day when she was 3 and she's still playing now at age 5 and it's still a hit!!  She can get it out and set it up with her friends and they giggle for hours!

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4.0

Cranium Hullabaloo is fun & educational too.

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from Big Island, VA

Comments about Cranium Hullabaloo:

Cranium Hullabaloo is a movement game. There are a series of pads that are spread around and voice box that is placed in the middle. Kids listen for directions and run, skip, jump, dance and hop to the different pads.

Cranium Hullaballo is educational.

It rienforces great pre-k concepts like recognizing colors, shapes and images.

It's also a good listening activity because players have to pay attention and stay quiet enough to hear the directions.

**What I like about Cranium Hullabaloo:**

I like it because it is educational and also because it gets kids moving. This is a great rainy day (or too hot to play outdoors) game when everyone needs to get their wiggles out.

I also like that kids can play alone or with family and friends.

I recommend this game for preschoolers ages 3 to 5, although I know one 7 year old who loves it too. Most older kids would get bored pretty quickly though.

***My Viewpoint:*** Cranium Hullabaloo is a fun gift for preschoolers. It's easy to play and lets kids move around.

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5.0

Review for Cranium Hullabaloo game

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from Belleville, NJ

Comments about Cranium Hullabaloo:

This is a nice change to sit and play together. We all love to play this stupid game is fun and a great way for everyone and in motion. One suggestion - Make sure place to play is not, it suitable for tight spaces! You must be able to take the 16 pills to play on the floor, just steps away at least.Speaking of the console, even asking if you want to press play a different game (after a few games) on the red button will render. Nice to save battery life! The 16 bars of different way of playing is of a material highly resistant and can survive on, stepped on his knees went, etc., are invited during the game will be doneI agree with another reviewer said, it is sometimes difficult when all the instructions to laugh and can hear sounds, but nothing interferes with the gameI recommend it, older children and adults can be fun, and children. If you are looking for something other than sit at the kitchen table and move the pieces around a table is a good alternative!

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4.0

Fun little party game

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from Dutton, AL

Comments about Cranium Hullabaloo:

I found this game on sale really cheap at a clearance sale and thought my daughter who was about 5 at the time would enjoy this. We have brought it out at parties, play dates, and other get- to- gether's. The kids all seem to love it. You place several colored mats on the floor and the electronic speaker tells the kids what to do such as hop to a purple triangle or spin to a yellow square. This game teaches pre-schoolers their colors and shapes and even older kids can have fun just jumping and spinning and doing whatever they are instructed to do. The speaker tells the winner to take a bow and everyone claps for them. It's a nice little rainy day activity or party game. My only complaint was that the volume even though it will go up or down, just doesn't seem loud enough when the kids get all excited and chatting and laughing among one another. I have to keep shushing them and reminding them to listen to what they are being told to do. Other than that the kids all have a really great time playing together.

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