Baa Baa Bubbles Game Review

As a family, we are loving family games. We have been playing classic games as well as more new and modern games and over the last couple of weeks, we have been testing our Baa Baa Bubbles and this is what we thought!

Baa Baa Bubbles is different to your classic family games. It has a fun bubbly feature that the kids will love!


The game itself is very easy to set up. Included in the box is the sheep as well as the meadow number tiles and a small bottle of bubble mixture. You place a small amount of bubble mixture on the back panel of the sheep and that is it. The back panel does come off too to wash the bubble mixture off when you are finished playing too.

To play the game, you turn over the meadow tiles and push the sheep’s head down as many times and the number says on the tile. As you feed the tiles to the sheep, her wool will grow. The wool is made from real bubbles! You don’t want to make her sneeze though as you will lose your tile and bubbles go everywhere! If the sheep doesn’t sneeze then you get to keep your tile. The person with the most tiles at the end of the game, wins! It is as simple as that! Although making her sneeze so bubble shoot everywhere is a lot of fun!

It is suitable for ages 4 years plus and it is great fun for all ages. With adult supervision it is also great fun for younger children and it encourages with learning numbers and counting.

We loved playing Baa Baa Bubbles and both Elsa and Cleo enjoyed counting and found the sheep sneezing and bubbles going everywhere very funny! The bottle of bubble mixture is also refillable so the fun doesn’t stop if the mixture that is included runs out!

Baa Baa Bubble is available from The Entertainer  and is priced at £20


*Disclaimer – We were kindly set Baa Baa Bubbles in exchange for a blog post*

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