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My boys, ages 11 and 8, are learning remotely this year and I sometimes feel like they’re not active enough, especially now that it’s getting colder outside. Why do I feel that? Oh, I don’t know, maybe because they spend every waking second when they’re not on their devices rolling on tops of one another, tackling each other and wrestling? The makers of the Wubble Ball have recently come out with Wubble Rumbles: inflatable toys that can be used to punch and kick to get some energy out.
Wubble Rumblers come in a variety of shapes, such as Ninja, a wrestler and a fist or hand. Each package includes a pump. I received for review the Wubble Ninja, Wrestler and Fist. The pump was super-easy to use: you just insert the nozzle in the hole and pump. After about two minutes you’re ready to go! I didn’t even have to tell my boys what to do with them – they instinctively got to work and started playing and giggling.
The fist was also a big hit: it has an opening on the bottom so you can stick your hand in it – even my eight-year-old could fit into it. My boys had a blast playing with the inflatables and I was happy to avoid unecessary hospital visits because instead of hitting each other, they were hitting the inflatables, who are almost as big a they are!
I’m not sure how but the air didn’t come out of the little hole – the Wubble inflatables stayed inflated all day.
I also received for review the Groovy Wubble. Why groovy? Beaucse of the gorgeous, bright tie-dye colors! The Groovy Wubble brings us all back to the 60’s with its tie-dye pattern and includes a pump. It’s just as squishy and fun to touch as the original Wubble Ball but the cool thing is that because of its psychedellic, tie dye pattern, each ball is a unique pattern so no two Groovy Wubbles are alike! .
Senior Reviewer Maytal Wichman is a freelance writer and has written for several blogs, including The Huffington Post. She has been living in the New York City area for twenty years and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature as well as a Law Degree. Maytal is a stay-at-home mom to three kids, ages 13, 11 and 8.