Thursday, February 12, 2015

Snipe Hunt is YOUR solution to Winter Doldrums and to Get YOUR Kids Moving!

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this product, free of charge, from Education Outdoors, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it

Every parent has those days now and then when their kids are simply driving them insane. 
(you can put your hands down, I know you ALL raised them!)

They're bored, they're hungry, there is nothing on TV, their toys are no fun ­ the complaints are never ending and trying to get anything done is impossible. (especially during snow in days!)

Instead of losing patience, parents can now send their kids on a hunt to find a mythical creature hiding in their home. Meet"

snipe hunt

 The Snipe Hunt game turns a classic camping story into a real life game. It comes in an adorable 'LIVE ANIMALS INSIDE" box that instantly grabs your kids' attention, and tells the story of how the snipe came to be. Inside you have a snipe next and 2 snipes, 1 green, 1 orange.

Simply install the batteries,  (2 AAA each, included), turn on the Snipe, then find a good hiding spot for it, and send your kids out on the search! 

orange snipe

It's like a game of It and a Scavenger Hunt combined! best part? It gets the kids UP and moving! Think of it as a mini-exercise period! As time passes, the Snipe will begin to make noise and its eyes will light up to help clue kids in to where it is hiding.

As you can see, the snipes themselves are pretty darn cute! Miss Grace had a lot of fun playing this, and I can see how it would be a great way to lead your kids to their Valentine's Day or Easter presents!  Or for a pre-teen slumber party, and have them out in the backyard with flashlights. Kids love scavenger hunts, so why not bring some Spring fun to any time of the year? The kids will love taking over the came and trying to outsmart each other by hiding the snipe in harder to find places! 

I do have to warn you that the snipes have a tendency to not get turned off, so be prepared with more batteries! This is a fun game and perfect for this time of year, so pick one up online or at your local Education Outdoors reatiler


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