Elevate your child’s playtime with the National Geographic Dartboard Game for Kids—a safe and enjoyable alternative to traditional darts, highly recommended by Dr Gummer’s Good Play Guide.
- Safe Dart Play: Replace traditional pointed darts with sticky balls for a secure and worry-free gaming experience.
- Reversible Dartboard: Enjoy a large 28″ reversible board featuring captivating space and dinosaur themes for added excitement.
- Comprehensive Game Set: Includes 16 dart balls, 2 spacer balls, suction cup hanger, and a storage bag for convenience.
- Versatile Gameplay: Instructions provided for two game modes catering to up to 4 players, ensuring entertaining indoor fun for the whole family.
- Easy Setup and Storage: The dartboard is effortlessly set up anywhere with the included suction cup, and it conveniently folds and stores in the provided bag.
- Educational Learning Guide: Explore fun facts about dinosaurs and the galaxy with the included Learning Guide, adding an educational element to playtime.
What our testers said
“This is my new favourite game!” – Boy aged 5
“I got it right on the sun! Woo 100 points!” – Boy aged 6
What our experts think
Our testers were transported to prehistoric eras and across the Milky Way while launching their balls and competing against family and friends. Laughter and excitement filled the room when a ball landed on the sun, in the mouth of a T-Rex, or when someone broke their “high score” record. Repeat play and sustained attention was high with this game, and many parents reported it was a favourite among their children (and themselves).
The simplistic, lightweight and easily portable design was a feature that was appreciated all around and allowed testers to independently hang up and manoeuvre the dartboard. While engaging with this game, children are able to enhance their math skills, refine their eye-hand coordination, and further develop teamwork via cooperation and turn taking. This dartboard would be the perfect addition to a classroom for a small group math lesson, for an independent play activity, or for a family game night where learning mixes with fun.
– Encourages eye-hand coordination skills
– Supports cooperation and turn-taking
– Develops mathematic skills