You need to establish some ground rules!

, Learning Resources Answer Buzzers

Once, they had got repeatedly buzzing the buzzers out of their systems, we could play some games. 

, Learning Resources Answer Buzzers

First, we played “I Spy with my Little Eye”.

, Learning Resources Answer Buzzers

Then we played, “I’m thinking of an animal”, where we give out clues and the other players have to guess the animals.

, Learning Resources Answer Buzzers

Rebecca then asked to play, “Spelling bee”, so I tested them on their spellings.

, Learning Resources Answer Buzzers

Lastly, we played a General Knowledge Quiz.

, Learning Resources Answer Buzzers

At my Mum’s house over Christmas, we used the Answer Buzzers with board games that require “fastest fingers on the buzzers” rather than turn-taking to answer.

, Learning Resources Answer Buzzers

The kids loved them and I’m sure I will be grateful for them as good homework and learning  motivators in the future!

They gave the Answer Buzzers a big thumbs up!

, Learning Resources Answer Buzzers

Each buzzer requires two AAA batteries and they do not have an off switch, so store them carefully so they are not repeatedly buzzing.

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Disclaimer:  We were sent Original Answer Buzzers to review.  All views and opinions are my own.



  1. Actually Mummy...
    January 5, 2013 / 1:01 pm

    Those look like good fun. We have played game after game this Christmas – I'm loving that the kids are old enough to get it now 🙂

  2. Claire Evans
    January 7, 2013 / 12:03 pm

    Yes, it's nice playing games with our older too, but it is hard to get the chance with the younger ones about! It's always chaotic but fun! 🙂 x

  3. Mummy...Mummy.....MUM!!
    January 8, 2013 / 10:45 pm

    oh I want some!

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