JumpStart is as the forefront of learning and education games for kids. Recently, they released Get Moving: Family Fitness. They are making fitness fun for kids, too. Get Moving is the ultimate family sports game with fitness expert and mom of four, Brooke Burke. It features more than 15 sports challenges in 11 exotic arenas that you can to chose independent of one another.!
You have the opportunity to design your own character (to look like you or your child) who them races and plays through different sports. You can even build customizes routines, compete or play solo.
Once you’ve created your character, you pick a sport, and then the game within that sport. You then decide on the “scene” in which you want to play and select easy, medium or hard levels. Brooke then instructs you, telling you how to move, and then you go.
Our preschooler loved being able to “design” herself. Then, playing the games and figuring out how she had to move to get “herself” to move. She enjoyed seeing the accomplishments and her character getting to the finish line. Often she would yell to us “look, I’m doing it! I’m doing it!” She played all of the games on the easy level. And, yes, she was in a princess dress, too.
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I was provided with a copy of JumpStart Get Moving: Family Fitness at no cost by Knowledge Adventure in order to test the products’ abilities and give my own personal opinions on it. The opinions I have given are mine and may differ from others but were not influenced by the company or the free product provided.