I was given the opportunity to hold a Gogo’s Crazy Bones Bonanza this past Sunday at my home through Child’s Play Party. I was sent a party prize pack with 15 starter packs for the kids and 100 individual Gogo’s to hand out as well. I invited my mom friends and their kids (boys and girls) between the ages of 4 and 12 to attend the event.
Gogo’s Crazy Bones are small colorful characters that come in hundreds of colors and designs, each one with a unique name, design, personality and special ability. Kids of all ages have fun collecting, trading and playing with Gogo’s Crazy Bones!
The Kids playing the Gogo’s Crazy Bones K.O. Game.
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 number for collecting and designed so you can hold and throw with one finger. Source Gogo’s Crazy Bones
I decided to make the event festive so I decorated with streamers and balloons, put colorful table cloths out, had blue and red goodie bags on the tables, and played upbeat music that the kids would enjoy. I also had kid friendly refreshments like popcorn, cookies, and juice boxes, but I also had some goodies out for the moms as well.
My son said to me, “Moma this is a real party!” and I was like “Yes it is!”
My son and his cousin showing each other their Gogo’s!
Each child received a starter pack with 3 Gogo’s, 3 stickers, and a Sticker Album. Throughout the event, I handed out single Gogo’s Crazy Bones as prizes, and then the kids went out and hunted for Easter Eggs that contained more Gogo’s Crazy Bones. It was an absolute blast!
My son placing stickers into the Sticker Album.
You wouldn’t think that these would be educational, but the the kids really got a kick out of matching the stickers with the corresponding places in the Sticker Albums. And since each sticker has a number on it, they had to find the numbers in the book to make the match. Even after we had the Easter Egg hunt, all they wanted to do was match those stickers up in the books.
Moms helping the kids put their stickers in.
You will see in this video of the Easter Egg Hunt, that the kids really went crazy over these Gogo’s. I didn’t take them very long to find them at all, they were quite competitive.
After the Easter Egg Hunt, I taught the kids how to play a K.O. Game with Gogo’s and they genuinely wanted to learn to play, and really enjoyed themselves. Ofcourse this was after they put their new stickers into their albums.
These toys would be perfect for stocking stuffers, Easter Egg inserts, and even would make great rewards for good grades or for reaching goals. My son has been playing with these nonstop and I have even heard from the other moms that their kids really have enjoyed playing with them also.
My son and I were very “Gogo’s Crazy” exhausted after the party .
If you are interested in learning more about Gogo’s Crazy Bones, check out their website at www.gogoscrazybones.com
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At Home Moma
At Home Moma is a member of Child’s Play Party and received FREE merchandise for my family and to distribute as part of this program at my recent Gogo’s Crazy Bones Bonanza Event. To learn more about Child’s Play Party, visit them at http://www.childsplayparty.com/ .