Seekers brings excitement of scavenger hunts to kids

Published on: 16th July 2019

A magnetic scavenger hunt game, Seekers encourages children to search for various objects in their environment.

Seekers is a great way to get children away from screens, out and about, and exploring their surroundings. Once the customer has purchased the starter pack, they can then buy additional magnet sets for a variety of scavenger hunts. The range comprises Car Journey, Happy Campers, Beside the Seaside, Supermarket, At the Park, Shapes & Colours, and Christmas. More magnet sets will soon be available.

The starter pack includes a waterproof magnetic board, a drawstring backpack to carry the board and a small bag to store the magnets when not being used. Each additional magnet set includes 12 magnets and a small labelled drawstring bag for the magnets.

This sustainable game can be used time and time again, and is packaged in 100% biodegradable and recyclable FSC-sourced packaging.

The target age range for the game is 3+. Younger children can simply search for the objects displayed on the magnets and turn the magnets over once the objects are found, while older, more competitive kids can race to find the objects, providing evidence such as taking photos or collecting them, where appropriate.

Seekers has been recommended by the Good Toy Guide with a review score of 14/15, and was praised for ‘developing observation and recognition skills’, and ‘creativity and communication’.

Julia Power, co-director at Seekers, said: “We’ve known from our feedback from both customers and retailers that our products are being very well received, but the endorsement from Fundamentally Children rubber-stamps our customer testimonials.”


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