Koko, another Chuggington trainee, often says, “Can’t catch Koko,” as she quickly chugs off. The kids had to carry Koko on a spoon between two points. When I tried this at home, my son had no problem. But when we got on the uneven ground, the kids struggled. We let them put one finger on Koko, but if you’re going to try this, I would suggest a larger wooden spoon.
and was told that they were a train engineer! And with the closing of the course, we headed over to ride the trains.
Before you start thinking I’m crazy for doing all of this, if you are new here, you should know that I used to be a Wedding & Event Planner . . . parties were (and still are) my thing. You should also know that my husband and I were youth leaders at our church for five years. We dreamed of obstacle courses, challenges and fun games.
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