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If you’ve never been to The Happy Family Movement you are in for a fun surprise. They are an amazing little family committed to fostering loving relationships and creating memorable experiences.
I’ve shared their Fort Building kit before but they have something new up their sleeves. The Winter Adventure Guide
It’s a PDF guide FULL of indoor adventures for you and your kids. I’ll be completely honest and tell you that I was skeptical at first I mean I can just look up ideas for us to do online right? Well when Jenny asked me if I’d like to look over this new guide I figured I’d give it a shot (for you all) and see what it was all about. I didn’t have to write a review or anything about it, but I have to, I really do.
I was VERY suprised. There is so much love and work put into this guide and it was evident right away. Once I got past that and actually read some of the ideas (broken down into quick activities, and longer 3-4 hour activities) I was blown away. Some of the ideas are simple fun family activities but with everything thought out for you. There are printables, and checklists to make sure you have everything ready to go.
My boys got so excited reading it over deciding what they wanted to do. We live in AZ so winter is our time to play outside but I don’t think that even matters – this is awesome any time of year.
If you are willing to get down and dirty and play with your kids but just want some inspiration to quickly turn to – you want this guide. Seriously, buy it, print it out (or at least the checklists and printables) get everything ready in a little box and you’ll be ready to play whenever you need to. You’ll be a hero!
The only bad thing is now they want to do all the activities 😉
My boys are 7 and 9 and obviously loved it. I’d say it’s great for kids 3-10ish depending on the kid? Love, love, love this guide and how it gets parents/families to PLAY!
It’s on sale through tomorrow (1/27/2012) for $10 and the regular price is $15 and worth every darn penny.
But if you’re dragging your feet here’s a coupon code for you (not for those on sale but will help extend the sale)!