Toronto — Kids Vs Parents is a revolutionary new family-friendly card game that asks, how well do you know your family? Packed with hours of fun for all, this new, soon to be favorite family card game helps the family to get to know each other better. Two insightful mothers and their children developed Kids Vs Parents. They played several times with friends and other families with their kids, and it was a hit over and over again. The recommended age for children is between 4 and 12 and it is easy to play.
The game consists of 200 cards, and players take turns drawing cards, answering questions, or taking fun actions. Who will win: the kids or the parents? Kids Vs Parents puts a spark back into family game night that sometimes is boring. It replaces the doldrums with uncontrollable, side splitting, belly laughter for everyone. A fun time is guaranteed, and the competitiveness of the game makes kids want to play again and again.
An article in the Wall Street Journal states, “the conversation and friendly rivalry that come with sitting down to play cards can strengthen family ties. Family games also can build children’s confidence: The rules are the same for everyone, and it is fun to play a game in which anyone can win.” Most importantly, participants create treasured memories.
Kids Versus Parents aims to keep parents and kids connected. It purposes to break down the barriers that sometimes exist between adults and the youngsters when it comes to sensitive topics. It constructs a bridge for conversation on those hard to talk about issues.
The designers of this game had one focus in mind while crafting their product; strengthening family relationships. According to PBS.org, “Numerous studies have shown that children from families who maintain strong lines of communication through frequent get-togethers like game nights and family dinners enjoy benefits to nearly every aspect of their lives.” Kids Vs Parents helps teach kids about family dynamics, encourages teamwork, and promotes good sportsmanship. With Kids Vs Parents, the whole family will feel united.
Posted review, “This is a very fun game for my 6-year-old daughter, and my 3-year-old son also is having fun! Overall, I would recommend this game for early Saturday morning fun, 5 stars.”
Christie’s review concurs, “Family fun bonding game. We played this game on a night when we had some friends over for a play date. Kids against moms. Two 9-year-olds, two 4-year-olds, and then us two moms. The game was pretty simple to pick up. Overall, it was a fun game, and we enjoyed playing it.”
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