Saturday, April 2, 2016

The Snipe Hunt Game #Review!


Kids look forward to finding gifts to play with for Summer Break, Christmas and their birthdays. But what if this year you added a twist by hiding a fun gift around the house and played a game to see who could find it first?


The Snipe Hunt Game from Education Outdoors is a fun activity in which two Snipes are used. The object of the game is to be the first player/team to find the other players/teams Snipe first. If the Snipes have not been found after a period of time, they start to chirp and their eyes light up. Kids are sure to get a kick out of the extra hunt for this gift.




Our Mission
With the average child watching over 20 hours a week of television, and with statistics showing violent images shown on t.v. reaching over 8,000 per child, Education Outdoors Inc. has been embraced by families that long for a refreshing change in the types of products available to their children. In a very short time, CAMP has received excellent support locally in Michigan, as well as nationally by selling over 1000 games in its first month. “It is our mission to bring families together to interact and learn about the outdoors.”

About Education Outdoors Inc.
Education Outdoors Inc. was created by Tim Paczesny in 2005. Before Education Outdoors, Tim had founded a non-profit organization called “The League of Extraordinary Outdoorsmen”. The League organized a family fishing day once a year that was held during the free fishing weekend in Michigan. During this event, Tim realized the need to educate children and their families about the outdoors.

The motivating factor to this initial realization occurred while Tim was gathering Morel mushrooms with his wife and two daughters in Northern Michigan. Tim’s daughter noticed an animal track on the ground and asked her dad what it could be. He told her that it was a raccoon track. “Dad, how did you learn all the things you know about nature?” With that question, Education Outdoors Inc. was created and its first educational board game was about to be developed. During the winter of 2005 and into 2006, Tim was dedicated to making his dream become a reality. He finished 400 questions and 100 fun facts about animals and the great outdoors. This completed the first game called “Camp— The Game That Grows With You”.

My Review:
My children LOVE their Snipes! Each snipe has a name, and they look like cute little bunnies, to be honest. They would be super cute to give any child for indoor or outdoor play. Since the weather here is unpredictable, my children play with their snipes indoors a lot. So when they get bored, I tell them to go play with their snipes, and off they go for a little bit.

The game box itself says ages 5 and up, but my three and a half year old loves to play and it's easy, and so much fun!

Check out the Snipe Hunt Game along with other products at: http://www.educationoutdoors.net/.You can also purchase The Snip Hunt game here on amazon.

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Disclosure: I received one The Snipe Hunt game in exchange for my post. No other compensation was exchanged or received.

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