Family Game Give-Away

It is getting close to the big party – and we are celebrating with another contest!boxtopwebsite-jpg-w560h556.jpg

This week we are giving away Rhyme-N-Tyme – a fantastic, mom-designed, family game.

Rhyme-N-Tyme is easy to learn, but challenging and educational. Since it is for children over eight, and our kids are too young, Susan and I tested it out ourselves. We had a blast playing it. (For the record – I am smarter than Susan! 😉 Okay – Susan and I are both laughing so hard we are crying that I just wrote that!)

We think Rhyme-N-Tyme works well for any group – adults or families. It is a team game somewhat similar to Pictionary or Charades, except that you can use words to help your team guess the answer. As I said, Susan and I had a ton of fun playing it and we will be pulling it out to play again – even if our kids are still too young for it!

So we decided it would be a fun prize for a contest.

The contest rules will be the same as we have been doing. If you are new this week, this is the drill:

  • First – sign the Mr. Linky with your name and URL by Sunday, February 25th at 11:00pm Eastern. (If you do not have a blog, but would like to participate, leave a comment asking to be entered and email me at janice at 5minutesformom dot com with your contact information.)
  • Second – on your blog, link to this contest so that your readers can get in on the fun too. Gotta spread the smiles! If you want to link to Rhyme-N-Tyme as well, that is always appreciated. (If you don’t have a blog – you obviously can’t post about it. No worries. But if you want, you can spread some smiles by passing on the contest info to one or two of your friends.)

We will announce the winner on Monday, February 26, 2007. Good luck!

The winner is #72 – Becky from Blessed with Olive Plants around my Table. Congratulations!


Comments

  1. says

    I’ve got the contest up in my Linked section…Thanks for the chance to win! I’m also linking the the blog party in my Linked section (I don’t have a section for buttons, hubby is still working on my layout).

  2. Denise Moore says

    Rhyme-n-Tyme can be played with children as young as 4.
    Since we play in teams, the younger kids can participate in guessing the rhymes as team members even though they may not be able to read or describe the rhymes. This is truly a family game where all can participate and have fun!
    Kids learn new words too!

  3. says

    Im not actually entering twice
    I found that the link for entry at number 39 wasnt working if you can delete that one go for it – SORI

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