Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Winning Moves Easter Giveaway




Soon the kids will be out of school for spring and we'll be looking for ways to keep them occupied. Winning Moves has tons of fun games to help make  your vacation run smoothly. Choose from classic board games you enjoyed as a child to brand new creations kids are sure to love. Here are three of our top picks.





These fabulous oversized foam swines can hit all the pig poses that their little pig dice cousins do! The game includes 2 oversized foam pig dice, 1 oversized score pad, 1 drawstring pig storage pouch, 1 pencil, illustrated instructions and Pass The Pigs history.




My Thoughts

This is a really cute game inspired by a classic that is over 25 years old. The original game was made with small dice, but the goal is still the same.  You roll your pigs and see which way they land. Depending on their position, you can earn points, loose points, or even just get tossed out of the game if they land in an "undignified position".  It's a quick, fun game that kids and adults can both enjoy.

The game includes two pigs, a score pad, instructions, pencil, and storage bag.  The big foam pigs are really cute, but they are  little hard to manage. They are way to big  to play on the table, and even on the floor they bounce more than I expected.  We are getting better with practice, though, and my kids think it's tons of fun.



This classic edition features the delightful artwork from the 70's. It will bring back fond memories and help create new ones! Includes one heavy-duty bi-fold gameboard, 4 movers with plastic bases, oversized spinner and illustrated instructions




My Thoughts

This classic game was one of my favorites when I was a child, and I'm thrilled to be able to share it with my children.  The board is exactly how I remember it from the seventies.  The goal is to reach the 100 mark.  Along the way you can skip some numbers or slip back if you land on one special squares.  There are ladders to climb when kids do a good deed or complete a chore.  If they misbehave, they have to slide back down. 

This game comes with the board, spinner, and four tokens.  Both the board and the game pieces are made with sturdy cardboard, ensuring this game will last for a very long time.  My children had so much fun playing this game, and counting up to 100 really helps to improve their math skills.


The game captures the spirit of the cherished story as players' rabbits venture around the board, collecting cards along the way, in a quest to become real.  Game includes a bi-fold gameboard, oversized spinner, 4 cardboard pink hearts, 16 picture cards, 4 Velveteen Rabbit movers with plastic bases and illustrated instructions.


My Thoughts

This game is really adorable. It follows the theme of the book about the Velveteen Rabbit. The goal of the game is to help your rabbit turn into a real bunny instead of just a toy. You achieve this by collecting four tokens which you get when  you land on the corresponding spots along the board. Once all four are collected, you  have to make your way back to the nursery where you'll receive the heart that brings your rabbit to life.

This game is very simple to play and a great choice for younger children. It comes with a nice board, tokens, spinner, and picture cards, all of which are made with sturdy cardboard.  This game is a great choice for an Easter gift since it features such adorable rabbits!


Of course, these are only a few examples of the fun games available from Winning Moves. To view their full collection, be sure to visit their website or follow them via their social media.

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The Giveaway


One lucky winner is going to receive all give of these amazing board games!  To enter, just fill in the Giveaway Tools form below. This giveaway will end on 3/23/16 at 11:59 EST. Open to the US only. The winner will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to reply. Thanks again to the sponsor for offering this fantastic prize.



71 comments:

aperry said...

My favorite is the Crocodile Dentist®

Anonymous said...

I like the little pig game, but I think the big pig game would be so much fun.

Janet W. said...

My favorite is Candy Land®!

VickeC said...

scrabble to go

Lauren said...

Brynk looks fun.

JLin Mei said...

Crocodile Dentist®

Kristen said...

I like Scrabble.

Charity Cram said...

Pass the Pigs is my favorite! The Pass the Pigs Big Pigs looks like it would be really fun too! Thank you for the chance to win!

AmberFaith said...

My favorite is Candy Land!

Darlene Cruz said...

Old faithful "Candy land"

Pamela F said...

I like Boggle and Trouble!

Deborah W said...

I love Upwords and Fish, Fish Squish. Really I love all games. :)

bison61 said...

I like the game Yahtzee

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jlee said...

My kids are young so candyland is a safe bet. They'd love it.

Xty C said...

I like the The Velveteen Rabbit Game

Debbie Bray said...

Scrabble is my favorite game

Sue Emery said...

Word games are our favorites - like Scrabble. Fun & educational!!

Linda said...

I like to play Yahtzee. Second would be any word games.

Kristie said...

The Velveteen Rabbit game looks neat!

TheresaJenkins said...

My older grandkids would like this Brynk® and the younger ones The Velveteen Rabbit™ Game... there both games we have not tried

foreverheavenly said...

I love hiho cherryo!

clc408 said...

I think my niece would enjoy Hi-Ho Cherry-O.

RICHARD HICKS said...

I like their MOOSE CABOOSE® game

Hargow Wong said...

My favorite game is Monopoly.

Cody Endres said...

Moose Caboose

Anonymous said...

My favorite game is Upwords

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Megan C said...

I would like to play the game Moose Caboose®. I have not seen this game before, it looks fun.

bbrittbrat1398 said...

I used to enjoy candy land. Brittney HOuse

Marty C. said...

Fish, Fish, Squish! is a hit at our house. I guess squishing each other's fish is as good a method of sublimating sibling rivalry as any :-)

Crystle Tellerday said...

scrabble

LauraJJ said...

Oh The Velveteen Rabbit is my favorite, but other than that one I also love the Uncle Wiggily game!

Leela said...

Tile Lock Super Scrabble.

mogrill said...

Moose Caboose looks fun!
Thank you for the chance.

The Schrillo's said...

Upwords

cindiizzy said...

I love playing Classic Waterworks™! I haven't seen this in a very long time.

jill190 said...

CROCODILE DENTIST® is my favorite game from winning moves.

Tracy Shafer said...

we love upwards

Jessica K. said...

Wow this brings me back to my childhood! One of my favorite games is the Hi-Ho! Cherry-O.

Kathryn Smith said...

My favorite game is PayDay!

Carrie Edmunds said...

My favorite game is either Aggravation or Sorry.

Lisa Voyce said...

My favorite is Boggle.

SexyBrat said...

I am curious in BRAINSPIN™.

Erica C. said...

Yahtzee is great.

Patty T said...

One of our favorites is Upwords.

Ken Ohl said...

I would love to try brainspin. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Karen Drake said...

My favorite game is Classic Sorry, we played it for hours as children.

Susan Smoaks said...

crocodile dentist is my favorite. i love playing games.

Melissa said...

Candy Land is my fav!

Tara Darity said...

I love Candy Land!!

Vera Prunn said...

I like Guess Who?®.

Aubrey Briskin said...

My favorite game is Big Boggle.

jmajor4870 said...

connect 4 twist and turn looks like a fun game to me would love to play with the grandkids

Anonymous said...

Classic Upwords would be my game of choice!

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trichie said...

My favorite game it Scrabble. It has been since I can remember. I have an English degree so that explains it lol

Tom Bellamy said...

My favorite game is Aggravation.

nickieisis3 said...

Crocodile Dentist

Patricia Delgado said...

I like candyland and scrabble

Charlene S. said...

My favorite is Big Boggle.

dvice12 said...

I like THE VELVETEEN RABBIT™ GAME

Peggy Rydzewski said...

we like tom play upwords

kat said...

I love Scrabble.

Leslie said...

Pass the Pigs

rajee pandi said...

scrabble

kathy pease said...

My favorite game is Classic Sorry®

Christie said...

Clue is our family's favorite game :)

Unknown said...

I like the look of Moose Caboose

caseyle2010 said...

i really like candy land!!
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Catherine Griffith said...

I think it is probably the English teacher in my but my favorite is scrabble!

Melanie Comello said...

I'm a huge fan of "The Game of LIFE® Classic Edition" It's a game i grew up playing on family game night, and i plan on continuing that tradition ;)

lilyk said...

I like Tile Lock Super Scrabble.

Buddy Garrett said...

Brynk is my favorite game.