Fun with Stomp Rocket Junior Glow

*We were kindly sent some Stomp Rocket kits to try, all opinions are our own*

We are always big fans of toys or games that kids outside and Stomp Rocket are a firm favourite for us.

Their Junior Glow Fun 100% Kid Powered rockets that can have to be blown to be flown are a lot of fun, easy to use and glow in the dark too. They double as a great game but also a very useful educational tool too.

stomp rocket

100% kid-powered. No batteries required. Super easy, fast assembly.

Includes 4 Jr. Glow Stomp Rockets, Launch Stand, Launch Pad with Air Hose.

Foam-tipped glow-in-the-dark rockets fly up to 100 feet in the air.

Fun for solo play or take turns with 2-3 kids.

Ages 3 and up

Run, Jump, STOMP to launch glow-in-the-dark rockets up to 100 feet in the air. Daytime and nighttime fun for ages 3 & up.

We like toys that get us outside, that are easy to use, and provide hours of fun. These Stomp Rockets are easy and light to transport, perfect for in the garden, the park, the beach, the playground and also inside as long as you don’t try to break any ornaments or windows with them 😉

They encourage learning, as kids work out how to power them, how far they can blow them and what helps them to fly, and also a little healthy competition to see who can blow theirs furthest. Learning about force, power, aerodynamics and speed is fun when you have a toy like this to experiment with. We like to use them for science, and maths learning and they are a really reasonably priced game for STEM learning. You can see us in action with our Stomp Rocket and some slow-mo camera moves…

They would also make a great gift as well for anyone who loves toys with a bit of action that also don’t need charging or batteries.

The only problem you will have is if you play with them with others, is deciding who is the best at blowing them the highest and furthest, like us…

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