Stomp Rocket Jr. Glow
The Original Stomp Rocket Jr Glow in the Dark 4 Rocket Kit 20005
The Original Stomp Rocket Jr. Glow, 4 Rockets
Stomp Rocket Jr. Glow
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Amazon Price: $14.99 $14.99 (as of August 16, 2018 10:09 pm –
Stomp Rocket Jr. Glow is 100% KID powered! Run, jump and STOMP to launch these rockets up to 100 feet in the air! All-foam Jr. Glow Stomp Rockets are great for younger kids. They glow in the dark and are perfect for fun during the day, after dusk and in gloomy weather too. Stomp Rocket Jr. Glow is strong and durable, and great for active, outdoor play. Stomp Rockets have won lots of awards from industry experts, including iParenting Media, Dr. Toy and Creative Child Magazine. Includes 4 all-foam glow-in-the-dark Stomp Rockets and a Stomp Launcher. Refill rockets also available (item #20015). For kids ages 3 and up.
Buy it! The fun will begin as soon as it’s out of the box!
The stomp rocket comes with the launcher and four rockets; this is the junior version–the box is approximately 12″–easy to transport in the car etc. Basically the (foam) rocket is placed on the launcher and then the air pad is stomped/jumped on. The launcher can be placed at different angels (straight up to 90 degrees). Great grandpa said he’d give the kids $1 each if they got the rocket into the bucket. They were very creative. The five year old figured out how to get all rockets on the roof of the house so you may want to have a discussion about that ahead of time:) The rockets are glow in the dark which would be a blast as well–we did not try it in the dark. The rocket will be coming with us regularly.
So much fun! The kids LOVE this and it provides a …
So much fun! The kids LOVE this and it provides a lot of entertainment! Even our 2.5 yr old has it figured out and enjoys shooting rockets all over the house and the park. Word of warning – stay away from trees. These delightful rockets are lightweight and once they’re in a tree… good luck? We’ve only lost one, but it was sad. The stand is kind of hard to keep together, but I think using some tape to keep it together during a round of rockets would work OK.
Do not bother assembling the fragile, yellow, brittle plastic launch pad
Do not bother assembling the fragile, yellow, brittle plastic launch pad. It is wholly unnecessary, and a potential injury hazard. Just use the stomper/pump with its connected blast tube, and the foam rockets; all those are safe. I bought it for my 3 year old, 3rd percentile height & weight, 30 lb granddaughter. She didn’t have the mass to launch the rockets by stomping, but was able to easily launch them by sitting down hard on the stomper. She loved it! We took it into her preschool and all the kids loved it too. We are now reading books on rockets and space, and her preschool is going to have the kids assemble paper rockets with different shapes of fins and see what kind of rocket fin works best. I am glad to see that this device is still around; I remember loving it back when my kids were in Brownies and we were working for the Space exploration badge.
Our boys love this
What could be better than rockets shooting into the air for young boys? And our girls try not to act excited at first but they love it too. This gets rave reviews from my kids every time we use it. We don’t put the stand on because it keeps falling apart. We use just the hose and air bag. We bought extra rockets since somebody always tries to stomp the bag harder and higher than others and forget to aim it straight up so the rockets sometimes end up on roofs and in fields. Easier to grab some extra rockets to stomp before heading off to search for the lost ones.
Stomp Rocket Junior
The stomp rocket was a Christmas gift for my almost 5 year old. It has been a huge hit for both her and my almost 2 year old. My oldest is able to load and shoot it all by herself. My youngest can almost load it herself and can shoot it after some help with how hard to stomp. We have been able to learn that the harder you stomp, the farther it goes. We also have learned that whatever direction you point it, that’s where it will go….even on the roof. The rockets are foam and with supervision you can do it in the house because they’re soft enough not to ding your ceiling. It is a little difficult to slide the stand together because of a plastic part that sticks out, but it can be done and gets easier, somewhat, each time you do it. Overall a huge win!
I love these things… and so does my kid
Everybody loves these things — the kids, the grownups. They are just plain fun. Kids as young as maybe 4, definitely 5, can stomp the launcher effectively. They make great gifts even if you don’t know the giftee very well, because who doesn’t like to make things fly by stomping? And I can tell you from experience that the box fits perfectly into a large gift bag with room to spare for some tissue paper sticking out all festive and stuff. But get a set or two for yourself, too.
Good clean fun for all ages
I ordered this hoping for an outdoor toy that would keep the whole family entertained. It didn’t just win over our family, but the entire neighborhood.
We did get our money’s worth out of this toy
We bought this for our 3 year old last Christmas (2014) and everyone in the family loved it. It is a simple but effective and fun design. It is a lot of fun to play with indoors (if you are feeling adventurous or have young kids who don’t slam too hard on the pump) and outdoors. Outside you can get these rockets to go at least 40 feet in the air I would say. The stand is a little flimsy, but with some weight to support it, it does the job.
Worked As Promised; Was A Hit as a Gift
I wasn’t sure about this but there’s only so much play value, (but lots of mess), is those goofy old-fashioned vinegar and baking soda toys. Turns out this was a complete hit, and reasonably durable. Got the extra rockets because these fly high enough and far enough to be easy to lose and/or put on the roof. No batteries or fuel or ignition so even the youngest kids can fool with it. Easy to set up and playable right out of the box. The glow angle was neither here nor there, but that didn’t matter since the rockets flew just fine.
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