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Adventerra Games USA-(Winner’s Choice of Game)-1-US Ends 1/13

Saturday, January 4, 2020

It is very important in this day and age that our young people learn about the changes our world is going through and what could possibly be done to change it all--From what I read on their website this company has created games that will help them understand and learn. Science is important in all our lives and much so now more then ever!! Please read on then read the review and be certain to get down below and enter!

This giveaway is sponsored by Adventerra Games USA and hosted by Mom Does Reviews.

We create and develop educational games for children that are focused on environmental themes. Our unique games were created from our desire to inspire families to respect nature and safeguard our planet. ​While playing our simple and enjoyable board games, players intuitively learn new behaviors that reduce their ecological footprints. When these behaviors become lifetime habits, players will have become super-heroes for the planet!

About the prize/product:

Winner will receive their choice of a game from the following games at Adventerra Games USA:

Water Game

Do you practice ways to save water around the house? What about protecting the waterways in your state or region? The Water Game is based on teaching children what good habits they need to have in order to save water everyday. As players move along, they are faced with quizzes and challenges to stress the importance of water in the world. Rated for ages 7 and up however some younger children will be able to play with a little assistance.

Recycle Rally

Does your city or county offer recycling bins? Do your children know how to sort trash between bins? I admit there were several items I had to stop and think about or look up. It's not as clear cut as you would think. In the Recycle Rally game, children are taught how to properly separate waste. The rules have two levels, those 7+ and those over 10.


Have you ever heard your parents yell "close the door I am not heating the outside"? That was a favorite one of mine when we didn't go out quick enough. As that cold blast of winter air barrels inside the house, did you know that it can take up to 15 minutes to recover? Think about that for a minute. Every time you open the door to the elements, it takes 15 minutes at least for your house to balance the temperature. Mind blowing! And if you keep the temperature to one extreme or the other, the time only increases.

In the Powerhaus game, children learn not only about energy but ways they can help to conserve it at home and in their community. What are simple things that we can do to reduce the energy waste? This game is rated for ages 7 and up but our younger children have enjoyed playing it too.

Global Warning

How much do you really understand about global warming? Do you know what environmental issues that, if not resolved with the right solution cards, cause an increase in the earth’s temperature? In the Global Warming game, your teams because teamwork is needed to win, will challenge each other to solve the greatest number of environmental problems afflicting the Earth today. Do to the depth of the topic, this game is rated for ages 10 through adult.

Be sure to read Sherryl's review on Mom Does Reviews HERE.


One lucky reader will win their choice of one of the following games, Water Game, Recycle Rally, PowerHaus, and Global Warning

The giveaway is open to USA

The giveaway ends 1/13/2020 at 11:59 PM EST

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ken ohl said...

I try and recycle all I can at home and at work

Nancy said...

I recycle my magazines by donating them to a charity that resells them to help other people.

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janell wagner said...

I recycle old things for decorating

Jeanna Massman said...

I buy most of my clothes from thrift stores and I recycle at home.

Anonymous said...

Take shorter showers to conserve water

Robin A said...

We try to re-purpose everything we can. Most things can be recycled to be use in another purpose.

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