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Review: My Grocery List Board Game

As the cold weather and dark nights settle in we've been introducing board games to our children.  Finally, they are at the age where they can sit down and strategize and rationalize.  Board games also mean TV off and family time so we're always on the lookout for new games

Marina Games is a small family owned game business located in Washington State.  They have been creating products for over 10 years.  We were kindly sent the My Grocery List board game for review.

My Grocery List is targeted for children ages 3 -7. Children will learn the concept of matching, shapes, and colors while grocery shopping. 

The board game was bright and colorful to appeal to Mom's and children alike.  The board game concept was so simple - just pick a card and see if the grocery product on that card matches your grocery list, if it does place it into your grocery basket.  The first one to match 6 items on their grocery list wins.  My children enjoyed matching the cards and for my son who is learning to read the words help increase his reading skills.  We loved the game so much we even took it with us on our whirlwind trip to NYC.  The game was small enough to be packed away in our backpack and fun that it entertained us during our hotel stay.  This is a must have on your holiday gift list  this holiday season.

Find your local store to purchase your Grocery list game this Holiday season.

Disclosure: This post was written for Family Review Network & Marina Games who provided the complimentary product for review in exchange for my honest opinions. All other opinions may vary.

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Julie Bolton said:

Thank you for sharing. I didn't understand that game before
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