Guess what? The makers of Do Tell sent me this wonderful game and I couldn't wait to play it with my family. Actually, I had been looking for a game like this for some time. Even my daughter Ivy played and she was 5. So me and my 3 sons and Ivy played. I liked that the didn't drag on forever too. In fact, when we were done the kids were begging to do another round. It was fun and we got to act out scenes for each other which always made each other laugh! Some cards would ask you to share from the heart which was neat because I learned things about the kids I didn't know. After we played the game, the boys were even wanting to add their own scenarios to it. I'm looking forward to even playing with this with my friends when they come over!
I am excited to tell you that DO TELL is going to give one away to one of my readers! Details a bottom of post!
- Players participate through doing (demonstrating and revealing themselves through physical actions) and telling (exchanging ideas, revealing things about themselves and sharing opinions.
- This game recently earned a coveted Kidlutions Preferred Product Awardbecause it exemplifies what social-emotional development is all about. The obvious reason is that it brings families together to talk and laugh in a very meaningful kind of way.
- It ingeniously gets family members to open up, to talk and to delve into conversations.
- The beauty of it is, the questions and the sentence stems do not seem contrived or blasé. This means that even the sometimes hard to engage tween and teen crowd won't be put off by the game. The questions are so well written, that they draw the reader in and make her really think about how she might respond or react to a given situation.
- This game may help your kids do better in school, too. That's because kids with good social-emotional skills tend to do better in all other areas of their lives.