Here at Coombe Mill it is no secret we are bunny mad. We have a whole world of bunnies in our lovely rabbit world from little babies to adults and the children love to cuddle them each day. However rabbits do like to jump and can injure themselves with a big bunny jump from a child’s arms onto the concrete floor. We always encourage children here to sit on the ground or our benches to cuddle the rabbits, then if they struggle to be free they can’t hurt themselves. Guy is our chief rabbit tender and he knows all too well how to look after rabbits.
Bunny Jump the exciting new game from University Games.
There is suspense, excitement and good luck involved in Bunny Jump and a very quick reaction needed to catch the bunny when he bolts from his pad, blink and he has jumped away, just like in real life. Aimed at age 5 upwards, this game will keep children entertained for hours as they try to collect carrots from the field for their basket without disturbing the rabbit.
Spin the spinner to take a turn and watch you don’t land on a half eaten carrot and have to forfeit a carrot from your basket. If you are lucky you may get to pick 2 carrots from the field but watch the Bunny doesn’t spot you and jump!
The Games contains everything you need from the colourful baskets to an instruction leaflet with simple to follow steps for setting up and playing the game.
My triplets had a great time playing this after school together and gave it a big thumbs up. It can now be found in our Games room for all our holiday guests to play at the end of a day out on the farm feeding the real rabbits.
More in the Range
Bunny Jump is one of several lovely activity games from University Games. Below are a few of the other’s you may like to check out.
Age and Players
Don’t Rock the Boat
Postman Pat Word Rhyming Game
5 Second Rule
Win your Bunny Jump Game with University Games and Coombe Mill
University games have teamed up with Coombe Mill to offer readers a chance to win the catch the rabbit game Bunny Jump. To be in with a chance of winning, just follow the instructions below:
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