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Beat The Buzz Hot Wire Buzzer Steady Hand Childrens Electronic Board Family Game

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SKILL DEVELOPMENT - Be brave to challenge, resist frustration, strengthen frustration education, improve children’s mental toughness, learn to resolve problems, face difficulties, persist and overcome them. This brilliant buzzing game is a real test of a child’s nerves and coordination. Explain that you want to introduce a game called ‘Beat the buzzer’ to help with getting ready in the mornings. Talk with your child about how you’d both like the morning routine to improve. Agree on a ‘ready time’– your child must be ready to leave at this time. This version is free standing and has loads of space for advertising, company logos or promotional messages, making it perfect for exhibitions, product launches and team building. For reasons of hygiene and safety, personal grooming products, cosmetics or items of intimate clothing cannot be returned.

We only ever invest in the best products, so when you're looking for Buzz Wires to hire, you know you're getting something extra-special! We maintain all of our equipment to ensure they remain in an as-good-as-new condition. We're pleased to be able to offer our exceptional Buzz Wire hire throughout the UK! The items we provide with this product is as follows: Think about how long each task will take your child to do. This will help you work out what time the game needs to begin.TEST OF NERVE - Simple to play, who has a steady hand? Simply start at one end and carefully guide the wand along the wire but be careful not to touch the wire or you will have to start again! Can you beat the game? A test of co-ordination, skill and nerve, will you make it to the end without setting off the buzzer! This game helps practice child and adult focus ability, strengthen willpower, patience and train concentration.

Our Buzz Wire Hire is available to hire in major cities around the Uk Including Bath, Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Cambridge, Canterbury, Cardiff, Cheshire, Chester, City of London, Coventry, Derby, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Lancaster, Leeds, Leicester, Lichfield, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Newport, Nottingham, Oxford, Peterborough, Plymouth, Salford, Salisbury,Sheffield, Southampton, St Albans, Stoke-on-Trent, Telford, Westminster, Winchester, Wolverhampton, Worcester, Swindon, Reading, SurreyAs you introduce this game into your morning routine and play it with your child, praising your child will help things along. When children get praise for following the routine or doing what you’ve asked them to do, they’re likely to want to keep behaving that way. How to make ‘Beat the buzzer’ part of your morning routine Choose some special rewards for beating the buzzer. Activities with Mum or Dad are often the most effective rewards. Unwanted Food or Drink Products - Once supply conditions are broken, there are a number of factors outside of our control that can affect the quality of a product. Therefore perishable goods such as food and drink cannot be returned. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS - Contains 1x base unit and 1x wire handle playing piece. Suitable for 1 Player and over. Dimensions: H27cm x W6cm x D27cm. Suitable for ages 3 years+. Requires 2 x AA Batteries (Not Included) SAFE DESIGN - The game requires two x 1.5 AA batteries as a power supply (not included), the human body will not have any sense of current, and it is very safe. It does not take much space and brings lots of fun. It would be the perfect gift and handy game during birthdays or parties, holiday weekends, keeping children busy for hours.

If your child isn’t ready when the time is up, calmly let your child know that the buzzer has sounded, and get them ready to go. Remind your child that they can try again the following morning. The Beat the Buzzer game is easy to learn and play. Such as the wire loop game is, all you need to do is prepare the game. The player will take the metal loop in one hand and attempt to guide it along a length of wire, which is curved and bent at various angles. The goal is to be able to go all the way through to the end of the wire without having the loop touch it at any point. Beat the buzzer’ is a game that rewards your child for being on time and ready in the morning. It works because it’s fun for your child. Depending on your event, there might be certain rules in place. Teambuilding days might have different beat-the-buzzer rules than other corporate events, for example.


You might have seen clips of cyclists celebrating too early, only to be pipped at the finishing line. There is a lesson here for would-be buzz wire victors. The tension will climb as you turn that last curve, but don't let it get the better of you - don't play to the crowd. This is between you and the wire.

On your first ‘Beat the buzzer’ morning, set the timer and leave your child to it. Let your child know that you’ve set the ‘buzzer’ and now it’s up to them. Aberdeen, Armagh, Bangor, Bath, Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Brighton and Hove, Bristol, Cambridge, Canterbury, Cardiff, Carlisle, Chester, Chichester, City of London, Coventry, Derby, Dundee, Durham, Edinburgh, Ely, Exeter, Glasgow, Gloucester, Hereford, Inverness, Kingston upon Hull, Lancaster, Leeds, Leicester, Lichfield, Lincoln, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Newport, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Peterborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston, Ripon, Salford, Salisbury, Sheffield, Southampton, St Albans, Stirling, Stoke-on-Trent, Sunderland, Swansea, Truro, Wakefield, Wells, Westminster, Winchester, Wolverhampton, Worcester, York, The game is a great ice opener for corporate events and fun days but also something to keep the kids occupied at weddings. The possibilities are endless - all you have to do is hire your own buzzer game. Just tell us where the event is, and we’ll take care of the rest. The game works perfectly for indoor settings, and on select outdoor locations (hard surfaces and artificial grass).Together, write a list of the tasks your child needs to do in the morning. With younger children, you do the writing, but you could ask them to help you draw a picture for each task on the list. Choose a buzzer and show it to your child. You could use a kitchen timer or the alarm on your phone. Your child might enjoy having a go at setting the timer to see how it works. When things have been going well for 1-2 weeks, start phasing out the rewards over the next 3-4 weeks. Work out whether there are any tasks your child needs help with, and let your child know that they don’t have to do these ones by themselves. FEATURES - Battery-operated. Dimensions - Size (cm): W 8 x L 26 x H 21 cm (approx.) Assorted designs and colours, randomly sent. Suitable for children age 3 and up. Up to 2 players.

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