Junior Stomp Rocket Review

Do you want to know what we think the #1 toy for ages 3 this Christmas is? Well it’s the Junior Stomp Rocket Glow Kit toy. This ingenious little rocket toy has won awards from Creative Child magazine for Top Toy of the Year and the iParenting Media Award as well for being an excellent product.

And the best news is that it retails for less than $15, requires no batteries, is safe and will keep you kids entertained for hours.

Sounds good doesn’t it!

So let’s find out a bit more about it. When you open the pack you’ll find that you get four foam rockets, a stomp pad connected to a bit of tube and a launching pole.

It’s pretty simple to set up, you just need to place one of the rockets on the launching pole, and then attach the tube to the rocket and the stomp pad.

Then when you are ready to launch your rocket high into the air you just stomp, jump or press the stomp pad and your rocket launches into space (or at least 100 feet anyway).

Since you get four rockets in the pack you should be good even if you lose one or two (but if you do lose all four rockets you can buy replacement rockets for under $10 for a pack of four).

Now while this is mostly an outdoors toy, there have been some customers who said that they’ve used in indoors to, by pointing the rocket down a hallway instead (since the rockets are foam they won’t damage anything or hurt siblings or pets).

It’s for children aged 3 to 8 years old. There is also an ultra stomp rocket for ages 8 and up and a Super High Performance Stomp Rocket for ages over 16 years.

Make sure you check out your favourite toy store for the Stomp Rocket Junior Glow Kit for your child this Christmas season.

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