WIN Must Have Kids Game – Baby Beluga

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I love to spend time playing games, but love it even more when my kids get to play the games along with us. I must say that The Baby Beluga Game was a perfect addition to our family game nights.

About Cooperative Games:

Cooperative Games is a little shop in Nevada City, California. Their mission is to provide products that foster cooperative play. It is also their goal to promote understanding and circulate information about why and how parents, educators, and everyone else can benefit by engaging in playful collaboration.

Every product in their store has been carefully handselected as an item that works to bring out the cooperative spirit. They work with manufacturers who practice environmental sustainability and fair trade practices through the use of recycled and sustainably produced materials. As much as possible, the items in their store are made in the U.S.


About The Baby Beluga Game:

The Baby Beluga Game is a brand new cooperative board game for children ages 3-10. It was created by Suzanne Lyons at Cooperative Games in cooperation with Raffi. There are three levels of play for children of all ages, – both readers and non-readers.

The illustrations and details are sure to engage your children.

This great game is made in the USA.

Included – Guidebook with simple game instructions, Ocean Science Pages, directions for more active cooperative games and a free download of Raffi singing “Baby Beluga”.

My Thoughts:

My girls and I really enjoyed playing this game. They are 6 and 8, and we had a great time. I think that it will be a great addition to any family or classroom.


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Peaceable Kingdom Cooperative Games

Disclosure: The below mentioned games from Peaceable Kingdom were provided to me to help facilitate my review. All opinions are my own and honest. I am disclosing this in accordance to FTC Guidelines. Please see “Disclose” tab for more information.

Games are a big part of our lives in this household. My girls, as well as my husband and myself love to play games. We could play games anytime. I am a huge fan of the Cooperative Games that Peaceable Kingdom has to offer. They are a great concept, as well as the fact that they teach your children many great skills.

About Peaceable Kingdom:

Since 1983, Peaceable Kingdom has been creating fresh, fun products that educate, stimulate, and inspire. The company originally began with a single product, and now they are an industry leader in stickers, greeting cards, and cooperative games.

The mission of Peaceable Kingdom is to: Make good, do good, be good!

They know the vital importance of happy relationships with your children, which is why all of their products help you connect with the kids in your life.

About the products I received:

Hoot Owl Hoot! Cooperative Board Game:

In this awesome game, you have to move all the owls from start to the nest before the sun rises. This game can be played with 2-4 players. Each of the players take turns, but they are all working together. At the start of the game, you place the sun token in the first space on the sun track and place 3 owls on the start spaces. Give 3 cards to each of the players. All of the players keep their cards face up in front of them so that they can work together to strategize how to move. This game can become more challenging by adding up to 6 tokens in the game. Because Hoot Owl Hoot! is a cooperative game players play any of the owls – no one player has a single owl , she is trying to get back to the nest.
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