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BaseballTalk™
BaseballTalk™

WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING ABOUT BASEBALLTALK:

Fun for the family on your way to a game

These cards are a simple and fun way to pick up fun facts about baseball -- and then use those facts to launch a conversation with your kids. It is an ideal game to play with your family on the way to the ballpark. No need to be a baseball fanatic. The cards get you in the mood for the game. A sample fact that I liked: "In the early days of baseball, pitchers had to pitch underhand and the batter could request a high or low pitch." The same card asks "If you could revise the rules to a sport or activity what would you change?"

You get the picture. The casual baseball fan will learn something, but since there are no "right" answers everyone can play. Nobody loses -- perfect for my family.

-- B. Daly, Amazon customer

$6.00
PirateTalk™
PirateTalk™
$6.00
SleepytimeTalk™
SleepytimeTalk™

 

WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING ABOUT SLEEPYTIMETALK™
 
The Sleepytime Talk deck is the perfect way to help little ones to bed or to use just before bedtime to encourage sleepiness.  Each card has a paragraph of interesting, thought provoking facts about sleeping and bedtime with a question at the end to initiate talk, such as what kind of music helps you fall asleep of what do you see when you look up into the night sky?  There are no right or wrong answers ... 
Lots of fun and really do work well to send the children off to dream land ... and sometimes their daddys too.
 
—An Angel's Kiss blog
$6.00
TableTalk®
TableTalk®

WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING ABOUT TABLETALK:

Best Dinner Game Yet

Kids are 3 & 5, they love it at meal times, it keeps them at the table eating for a long time! Normally they want to be excused and go off to play, leaving 90% of their dinner on their plate. This game is great for all ages. We (the adults) join in and our youngest was playing it when she was 2. You learn a few facts along the way too. Basically each card has the top half with factual information about something, then at the bottom are questions like what animal would you want to be, what would you eat, how would you spend your day, where would you want to travel to, how would you get there, who would you take with you, etc.

We have a few dinner game products, but this one is the only one so far that allows the kids to both play at the same time, involving the whole family in conversation together and it allows them to continue to eat while playing and it doesn't take up a bunch of space on the table. It's educational and fun! :)

-- L. Hinnrichs (California), Amazon


Great little product, great little price

I bought these on a whim because they were so inexpensive and I am glad I did. My kids were 6, 4, 2 and newborn when we got them, so really only my 6 and 4 year olds could participate. Even still, I think you have to be at least 4 and even 5 or 6 years old would be more suitable. Still, they loved when I would get these out and it's really fun to have your kids listening and engaged all together. It was a really low price when I bought them so if you're looking for something fun to do with your kids while you're at the table, or killing time somewhere, these are great. You can pass them on to someone else when you've gone through all of them, or save them for a year or two and start over and see how the answers change!

-- TXMOM (Texas), Amazon

$6.00
WeatherTalk®
WeatherTalk®
$6.00