100 Wacky Things Game #review #giveaway

A few days ago it rained...ALL DAY! What was I supposed to do to entertain the kids? We had already watched a few movies, had breakfast and lunch, attempted to sneak outside but it was just too rainy, even under the carport, we had colored, did a little cleaning, there was a video game challenge, and all school work was done for the day by like 1 p.m. Luckily I had gotten 100 Wacky Things in the mail a few days prior. I decided it was a perfect time for some non electronic fun. Something the kids could all do together. 
The game itself is easy for just about anyone to understand easily.....you take the deck of cards, shuffle, and then decide on the number of rounds you are going to play. To begin you see who can get the closest to touching their nose with their tongue. Once the game gets started there are things to act out like a walking like a crab, rock a card like a baby, or giving your loudest Tarzan yell. That was probably a favorite to all the kids, being able to scream inside is always fun! Clean up is as simple as putting the cards in the tin. BONUS for me because 7 out of 10 times the kids move on to something else and I get to clean up. Perks of being a sahm I suppose. 
I am going to order a few decks to give out this upcoming holiday season. These would make great gifts for some of the kids in our neighborhood. 

To purchase visit Walmart and on PatchProducts.
From the site: 
In 100 Wacky Things, players will do some ridiculous things while laughing uncontrollably at each other. The game has two types of cards: Always and Whenever. If you draw an Always Card, you will do the wacky thing on your card every time it’s your turn. A Whenever Card directs you to do what the card says whenever another player does something specific. For families with children ages 7 & up.

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