Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Cahootie Review...

Thanks to Cahootie, we recently had the chance to try out one of these super fun toys:
What they say:
"Cahootie's mission is to build a leading tween brand that promotes esteem-building conversation and positive self expression through social interaction. Through our award-winning folded paper products, we aim to deliver an experience of fun, learning and connection among Tweens and their families and friends. Through ClubCahootie.com, we aim to deliver a dynamic online social playspace that allows tweens to interact with real world friends in a safe and secure environment.
Cahootie is distributed through Justice (operated by Tween brands), Hallmark stores, specialty toy and gift retailers nationwide, and online at Amazon.com. We currently have eleven themes, "Wishes & Dreams", "Truth or Dare", "Would You", "My Fab Future", "Birthday Wishes", "Sporty Girls", “Democrat”, “Republican”, “Best Friends Forever”, "My Fab Family", and “Girl Wonders” (exclusive to the Justice chain through Spring 2010) and many more on the way. In February 2010 we launched a line of animal-themed Cahooties under license with Discovery Channel's Animal Planet™, including "Dogs Rule!", "Cats Rule!", "Endangered Creatures" and "Sea Creatures".
Remember the homemade folded paper fortune teller game we all played as kids? Cahootie's award winning products have been developed to expand upon and enhance this timeless and iconic game that children have played around the world for generations to deliver fun, learning and connection among Tweens (kids ages 6-12) and their families and friends.
Be sure to check out Club Cahootie, a safe and secure social playspace where kids can chat, post status, blog, email, decorate avatars, upload photos, play Virtual Cahootie™, and much more!"

What we thought:
This was a really cute game, especially for the suggested age group. We loved that even thought the Cahootie is basically a paper toy, it was very durable...it even stood up to the toddler test with our youngest:) We also loved the variety of stickers which allows you to change up the questions each time you play. We reviewed "My Fab Family" and we actually learned a lot about each other! ABCD Diaries gives Cahootie an A for its target audience of 6-12 year olds!
Buy It: Find a Cahootie for your tween at Justice, Hallmark and Old Navy stores:)
Disclosure: ABCD Diaries was given a box of toffee for review purposes only. We were in no other way compensated. The opinions expressed in this post are ours and ours alone.

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