Holiday Giveaways 2021 – Gobble Monster by Goliath Games
I wish Gobble Monster from Goliath Games had been around when my kids were little. The whole idea behind it is that the kids have left their toys on the ground and they have to save them before the Gobble Monster gets them. This family-friendly game might even teach them the importance of keeping their things organized! That, by itself, is worth encouraging them to play this. The extra bonus is that they’re offline and socializing. The entry options are like all the toys on the ground… they’re ready to be gobbled up. Go get ’em!
16 thoughts on “Holiday Giveaways 2021 – Gobble Monster by Goliath Games”
My grandkids leave them in the family room.
When my kids don’t put their toys away (after being repeatedly asked to do so), I put them away in a “secret” place. The toys are gone for 1 month. This has worked wonders for me!
Well, I don’t have kids myself, just nieces and nephews, and as a pretty fun uncle I usually let them leave the toys on the ground so we can come back and pick up where we left off. But if they are leaving, I will help them pick up the toys.
I don’t have kids, but I think I would have them put them in a toy box before bed!
I’ll find out soon! My first is on the way…..
My kids and grandkids know better! Everything has a place. If you take it out, you put it back where it belongs. Or you won’t get to play with it.
I tell them to please pick them up and put them away
Ask them to pick them up! 🙂
When the kids leave their toys lying around, I often threaten to throw them out. Sometimes they actually do go in the garbage. Most of the time, they are pretty quick to clean up. Getting out a big garbage bag usually does the trick!
Step on them like the lego walk of fire lol
I would ask her to pick them up and put them away.
Sometimes I just pick up the toys, but other times I ask my daughter to clean it up herself.
I have them pick them up after they are done playing with them.
I would ask them to pick them up and take care of their things better. If it’s a pattern, they may not get those toys to plays with for a while. It really depends on the child’s age.
I end up picking them myself.
I ask them to pick them up. They usually listen.