Family Game Night Pack-1-US Ends 11/27 | Miki's Hope

Family Game Night Pack-1-US Ends 11/27

Saturday, November 17, 2018


This giveaway for a family game night pack is sponsored by Chickapig, Educational Insights, and University Games and hosted by Mom Does Reviews.


These games sound like lots of fun for kids and adults as well. They just might keep those kids clamoring for more family game nights instead of heading straight to the computer! These games do have an educational component but the kids don't have to know that! Click in below and read Sherryl's review to learn more and then come back and enter!

About the Family Game Night Pack Sponsors:

Chickapig
An exciting, fun-filled strategic board game where chicken–pig hybrids attempt to reach their goals while dodging opponents, hay bales, and an ever-menacing pooping cow.
Educational Insights
We're play enthusiasts. We aim to create experiences filled with sheer joy and uncontrollable laughter. We are champions of curiosity and those "eureka" moments of discovery. In addition to inspiring creativity, imagination, good sportsmanship, and out-of-the-box learning, our inventive line of kid-powered toys and engaging games are packed full of fun, designed to delight, and are certain to satisfy kids' natural curiosity.
University Games
University Games was founded by Bob Moog and Cris Lehman. Bob and Cris always loved playing games with their families, and grew up thinking that fun and learning were a part of everyday life. As adults, they recognized a developing niche in social interaction and learning games for adults and children, and that is how University Games began on April 1, 1985. The company philosophy has always been to offer games that encourage social interaction and imagination through gameplay, with learning sprinkled in to season the game.

About the Games in the Game Pack:

  • Chickapig has you racing across the board to reach your goal, but in the meantime you have to avoid the other players, bales of hay, and a pooping cow. Yes, you read that right! It's easy to pick up but also requires some strategy and to be able to think a few moves ahead like chess. What is a chickapig? It's a hybrid farm animal made of half of a pig and half of a chicken. And in this game, you are herding a flock of chickapigs around the board.
  • Tumball is great for ages as young as 5 where you are stacking white beads on top of the hanging balls. You must be careful with each turn you take, because if the hung balls start to separate and open, then the white beads will tumble and you have to pick them up. The player is the first one without any white beads left over. I love that the instructions aren't difficult and anyone can just sit down and play. While this is mainly for the young ones at home, I have caught my older kids or other adults playing it and having just as much fun!
  • I SPY Dig In is another great game that starts at the age of 5. There's a bucket in the middle with various objects; every player is given a card with 6 objects and you have to "dig in" the bucket to find each one while the timer is running. The first player to get all 6 of their items before time runs out is the winner! The kids don't have to be advanced readers since the cards are visual pictures for them to match the items to. Color does matter, not just the right object! Again, it's a quick and fun game anyone can sit down and pick up without a bunch of confusing rules to explain first.
  • Kanoodle Head-to-Head Oh my!! It's great for kids or adults, and we've even played it in teams before. Each player has a puzzle to complete with the color pieces, then they must also fit the remaining pieces onto the board around the puzzle ones. The first player then pushes the button to upturn the other players board! And these aren't just single pieces either, they are shaped together to be three or four in a row, or shaped like a L. There's no timer, you just have to be faster than the other person. First player to wins 5 puzzles wins the game. There's no reading involved, but definitely uses your spatial reasoning and logic skills! And with over 80 puzzles, you can keep playing over and over without learning the patterns.
Be sure to read Sherryl's review on Mom Does Reviews HERE.


ENTER TO WIN!

One lucky reader will win a Family Game Night Pack

The giveaway is open to USA

The giveaway ends 11/27 at 11:59 PM EST

Be sure to come back daily for more chances to win!

Good luck!


a Rafflecopter giveaway







I received an entry in the giveaway form for helping to promote this giveaway. All opinions expressed are my own honest opinions. For more information please check my Disclosure Statement. Our giveaways are in no way sponsored or promoted by Facebook or Google.

8 comments :

Darlene said...

Hearing is so important in children. My son has a hearing loss and when he was a child he got teased because of it. I was lucky that he had a good disposition and came through it good. He is now a father of 5 and has a good job.

Lauren said...

Hearing is very important to my children.

Elizabeth Miller said...

Having a child that had speech issues for many years along with 6 sets of tubes to help with her ears, hearing is extremely important.

Raising Samuels said...

My sons are both auditory learners, so hearing is incredibly important to them.

L aura's Reading said...

Hearing is important at all ages of life.
Pinned https://www.pinterest.com/pin/100486635421501954/

areck0001 said...

Hearing is very important to everyone and this is very great.

Anna Nguyen said...

very important to my kids.

Rebecca W. said...

I'm so thankful for my kid's good health and hearing! I think they are incredibly important!

 
Miki's Hope . Design by Pocket