What is it
Switch on Silly Sausage and wait for his instructions but be warned, you’ll need to be fast to keep up! With 10 grillin’ games and five sizzling actions, Twist Me, Shake Me, Dip Me, Stretch Me and Poke Me, you’ll have hours of fun!
There are three play modes; Single – where players can challenge themselves, Party – for when you want to play with family and friends and Turbo where you have to be super quick to win the game!
There are three different categories of game play; Chipolata, Banger and Jumbo and there are different games under each category for lots of play options!
What our team of testers said
"I like the sausage's face and smile" - Boy aged 6
"I love it, it's so fun! It has great silly music too which makes me dance" - Boy aged 6
- Good for developing fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination
- Engages children in social play, encouraging turn taking
- Increasing difficulty level provides opportunity to get better at the game over time
What our experts think
Our testers enjoyed the funny music, noises and jokes that Silly Sausage made! The pulling and twisting features of the game were engaging and good for developing fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, as well as improving concentration skills due to the game’s fast paced nature. Our testers with special needs also loved this game, finding the toy easy to handle and the actions simple enough to replicate, with the children dancing to the silly music. The ‘pass the sausage’ and ‘party’ modes encouraged social play, turn taking and sharing. We like that Silly Sausage increases in difficulty; as successful play continues, the instructions get quicker, which enables children to progress in ability.
It would be even better if...
Some of our testers needed an adult to set the game mode first for them before play, as the different modes are named after different types of sausages, which isn’t so clear in explaining what the type of game is to new players.
- RRP: £19.99
- Brands: John Adams
- Key Features:
- Battery Operated
- Toy Types: Puzzles & games
- Types of skills developed: Hand-eye coordination
Learning to talk
Numeracy, counting & money
Teamwork, turn taking & sharing