I have two educational Farm Bingo sets that are looking for two pairs of hot little hands. To win, just tell me what your favorite game is. Let’s hear it for game night!
Our winners are:
Terry Steinmetz said:
Our favorite game is still Scrabble. Talk about learning vocabulary! My hubby used to do the NY Times crosswords, so he has plenty of extra words that always get me stuck. So we sometimes end the game with a few letters (& words) that I can’t use. It’s all in good fun, though. And I am learning new words & meanings. When our children were all home, we had a family night every Friday, where no phone calls were allowed, no neighborhood kids, and no TV. Just project & wintertime game nights. Their favorite game was always Sorry. We even had tournaments. Ah, the memories! Now my grandgirls are growing up playing games. Their favorite right now is Sorry. They sure keep the pace going, even the 4-year-old. But I love every minute of it. BINGO would be great fun to play with them. By the way, our kids still love to play games, & Trivia is their board game, with Euchre as their favorite card game.
Debbie Christin said:
Just this past weekend, my family and I played card games (Gin Rummy, Wild Card, Old Maid). We were up at our summer cabin in British Columbia—no Internet, no TV. The kids had a little adjustment (withdrawal), and then we had a lot of fun with cards!
If you missed the contest, here’s the original post:
Hey there, have you been missin’ your Willy? I tell you what, that new MBA Jane has been stealing the spotlight. Makes me feel like singin’ the blues …
But instead, I’m gonna celebrate that I’m back, with a GIVEAWAY! (You kinda wanted to hear me sing though, didn’t you?)
You can imagine how tickled I was to find this game of Farm Bingo (below) by Lucy Hammett Games. The colorful cards have actual photographs of cows, chickens, pitchforks, tractors, hay bales, and just about everything else you’d find on a farm.
Lucy’s growing line of educational picture bingo games includes custom-designed games for places like the White House Historical Association and Yellowstone National Park. Lucy designs each game herself, and her concept of combining art, culture, and information with kid-friendly competitive board games has won her numerous awards. Bingo-loving kids can even join her “Club Bingo” and receive a brand new bingo game every three months. Each game is made in the U.S., guaranteed to be lead-free, and appropriate for ages 3 to adult.
(Teacher editions are available as well. For more information, visit www.lucybingogames.com or call 888-420-7585.)