Thursday, February 5, 2015

Q's Race To The Top - An Emotional Intelligence Game for Kids! #QTime #spon

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We are so pleased today's post and giveaway is sponsored by EQtainment! 


We have a had a blast playing Q's Race to the Top - an emotional intelligence game.  The color, creative art, fun questions and the monkey play pieces keep little one happily entertained!   Some of the questions were a bit too difficult for little one, but every child is different and my older kids were a bit more socially advanced and would have done just fine with all questions at the same age.  Kids develop at different speeds. (thank goodness!)

Personally I am thrilled this is a game we won't tire of soon and will grow with little one!  The story book, Q's Wild Ride, comes with the game and is such a fun story (I'm in love with the art) we keep it out and on our book rack for everyday reading.  We would love more adventures with Q the monkey!

An interactive board game for ages 3+ where children can help Q race to the top of his tree house by answering questions and performing fun actions. The questions are designed to promote feeling identification and communication, manners, social skills, creative thinking, balance, and coordination. - EQtainment
More games featuring Q are available through EQtainment  On-The-Go game - family travel perfect! 


We are giving away one Q's Race To the Top Board Game!  
Prize is for US only and shipped by company. (we are not responsible for shipping, product or play)


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This is a sponsored post.  Opinions are my own.  Absolutely love this game and would not recommend to hard working moms and dads if I didn't!  Enjoy!

3 comments:

Janet W. said...

I help my grandsons with emotional intelligence by playing games with them and talking about real life situations.

Mamabelly said...

We try to find fun emotional intelligence games and this one looks like a winner :)

Stacy Lane said...

we try to focus on social skills and manners when we encounter certain situations.