Friday, May 24, 2013

Kindness Kingdom, a game full of princesses, flowers, fairies, tea parties, etiquette and good manners #Giveaway

 I am always looking for a way to get my daughter to unplug and have some old-fashioned fun so when I had the chance to review a new board game Kindness Kingdom from the company Marvelously Well-Mannered, I jumped on it. They want to "make your KINGDOM full of KINDNESS". 
I could not wait to check it out. The game looked like to would be fun to play. The point of the game is to have fun and learn better manners. A game that teaches little girls manners? Well this had me even more interested, I was brought up to be very mannerly, and I wanted to make sure my daughter has nice manners as well.
Kindness Kingdom from Marvelously Well-Mannered, LLC, encourages empathy, develops social skills, manners and nurtures a kindness. 
This  will help each player lead a more enjoyable and mannerly life.  This game is a fun game to play where the players are taught the importance of everyday manners. They must follow the rules of  etiquette as they travel through the eight neighborhoods in Kindness Kingdom.
 Every time you answer a question correctly, you collect a charm for your charm bracelet. I love the idea of the charm bracelet, what little girl does not love pretty jewelry?  They collect the charms, so they can wear the bracelet to the upcoming tea party.  You answer and collect, until you collect the last charm the “key to the Golden Gate of Golden Rule”. 

 The players have fun learning tea party etiquette, and how to handle issues that may come up in life.  The artwork in the game is so very pretty, I love that the characters are named after flowers, and my daughter enjoyed finding all of the girls that her friends in class are named after (flower, girl’s names are very popular these days) she loved the illustrations, and I thought they made the game even more fun. 

 The game is easy to understand, and a great time to play. I loved that they have a princess seated in a wheelchair, showing everyone can be a princess.  Questions like:

Learning manners used to be boring but not anymore.  This game is fun for kids and adults. This game is clever, and unique. We were very entertained and we could play this for hours, my daughter and I.  Helping children learn manners in this busy world is such an important thing. And the game  Kindness Kingdom is here to help. I am so happy that my daughter did very well at this game, she is quite mannerly and well behaved.
 The game is full of princesses and kind people; a wonderful way to, introduce manners to little girls. The questions are fun and sweet.  The game is also full of flowers, fairies, tea parties, etiquette and good manners, and it is fun.. what more could you ask for in a great game. This game is proudly made in the USA. The game is meant for 2 to 4 players, for ages 5 and up.
If you are looking for a way to teach your little girl manners, this is a fun way to do it. You little girl will have a blast with this game, and you will too. She will be the best-behaved little girl in town, all while having fun at the same time. She will carry what she learned with her throughout her life and share it with her children one day.
The generous folks at Marvelously Well-Mannered, LLC are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win a copy of Kindness Kingdom. Would you like to win? Please comment on either an etiquette question for kids that you have, or tell a funny anecdote involving manners and kids.
There are also other ways to enter, please enter below. 

Make sure to check out the etiquette tips and tidbits of wisdom Marvelously Well-Mannered offers. 

Buy it:
You can purchase this great game for $35.00 

Win it:

One winner will win a copy of the game Kindness Kingdom a $35.00 value

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Susan S. Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received a game to review. No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising . 


Unknown said...

After my son says thank you he tells people to say you're welcome. I think it's adorable. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
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atabanana29 said...

I have a habit of saying "bless me" after I sneeze, so now my girls expect people to say it to them and reminds them sternly if they dont say it.

Gracious Girlz said...

What a marvelous giveaway, Susan. Thank you. It would be nice to see many enter to win a game that teaches kindness and manners. My youngest daughter has committed to training herself to become a princess. She uses money she has earned and saved purchasing books on manners and how to become a princess. I asked her what she has learned so far. She replied, "Mom the same thing is in all the books. I have discovered I am already a princess. All I need to do is mind my matters and remember to be kind to everyone including my baby nephew." Sometimes you think your child doesn't care about manners but they really do. Thank you for allowing me to share. Maybe she and her friends will get a chance to play this awesome game you have so kindly reviewed.

wigget said...

i love when my kids tell me what i should or should'nt be doing

Lentil said...

My kid will often comment on something that strikes her as unusual, not loudly but not exactly discreetly either. Today we were on the bus,and she was commenting on who was or wasn't sitting, where people were getting off. While nothing she said was rude, I think I'm going to have to start curbing this behavior because it might be uncomfortable for the people she is talking about.

Unknown said...

Always say please and thank you...........

kat said...

My grandkids being from the south always say Thank You, Yes mam, no mam,

Candie L said...

I love read comments from people commenting on southern children. My children have been raised in Arkansas. They have been told to say please, thank you, and ma'am and sir and if they don't, they get "disciplined". But I have never once heard anyone say my children were disrespectful. Thankyou


cman said...

Acting proper in public.

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