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Would You Rather Game Book For Kids 6-12 Years Old - Crazy Jokes and Creative Scenarios for Kids and Family - cover

Would You Rather Game Book For Kids 6-12 Years Old - Crazy Jokes and Creative Scenarios for Kids and Family

Lucky Sammy

Publisher: Letterpeak Publish

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Entertain Your Kids with Hundreds of ‘Would You Rather’ Questions without Inventing Them Yourself
What if you plan a long road trip with your kids and need something to keep them entertained along the way? Imagine having a family game night, where everybody laughs out loud and has a good time. That is what you can make happen from this book of ‘would you rather’ questions. Everybody will laugh like crazy while trying to explain their choices. 
It is so crucial for parents to spend quality time with their kids. According to several research studies, children develop positive behaviors and better self-esteem when they have memorable experiences with their parents and family members. It also strengthens the bond of the family unit.
As a result, your children will be a good friend to other people and perform better in their academic studies. 
Here is what is included in this book:

	More than 200 original ‘would you rather’ questions that are suitable for children between the ages of 6 and 12 years old.
	Questions that promote family-friendly humor and good clean fun. Parents and kids can enjoy dozens of thought-provoking scenarios with 100% kid-appropriate material.
	Engaging family activities that offer screen-free fun to your kids. They will be engaged for hours without ever staring at a computer screen!
	Opportunities to start conversations with your kids and spend time with them.
	Humorous and entertaining activities that are suitable for all occasions. It makes the perfect gift to give a child!

Our fun activity book is great to liven up any dull occasion or situation, such as a long road trip or a family game night.

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