The 7 Habits of Happy Kids Game Review and Giveaway

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The 7 Habits of Happy Kids Game

Playtime that lasts a lifetime!
A playful way to introduce, practice, and promote 7 kid-friendly principles of personal happiness. Share thoughtful, personal responses, and really listen to each other in this family-friendly game that includes game board, 7 character pieces, 7 token holders, 7 sets of tokens, 12 Wild Ernie tokens, and 1 pair of “Ear-Resistable” Jumper Rabbit ears. For 3–7 players. Grades 1+

How to Play:

  1. Players choose their playing pieces – characters are from the best-selling 7 Habits of Happy Kids books!
  2. Take turns reading cards, responding, and moving around the board to collect tokens for each of the 7 Habits.
  3. The first player to fill his or her token holder with 7 tokens becomes the card reader.
  4. Play continues until all players have filled their token holders – a true win-win!

What the momma thinks…..

This is a fantastic game to teach positive self esteem and becoming responsible. As a start over again parent I notice a big difference in responsibility from myself as a child, my older children and even my youngest children. Each age group seems to take a step back and we find others at fault for actions that are mostly of our own. I believe a lot of this is just the way the world is heading and I for one want to take back parental control. I want my children to realize that they are responsible for their own actions.

Even more so I want my children to be happy with themselves and the decisions they make day to day. The 7 Habits of Happy Kids Game has allowed me to learn more about them. Actually I find that they are grateful for the oddest little things I never would have realized. Example is me tucking them in like a hot dog at bedtime. This is one that gets mentioned almost every time we place and I almost had given this up thinking my older daughters (almost 7 and 8) are too old for mom to be doing this silly thing. I am amazed at their answers each time we place. Every game I learn something new from them and them from me.

WIN IT

Educational Insights is sending one Mom to Bed by 8 reader The 7 Habits of Happy Kids Game!

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About the author
Mrs. Hatland is a 30-something married, mom of 7 and the face behind the popular online publication, Motherhood Defined. Known as the Iowa Mom blogger by her local peers and “The Fairy Blogmother” worldwide. She has professional experience in working closely with clients on brand ambassadorships, client outreach services, content creation and creative social media advertising exposure.

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