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Sunday, June 2, 2013

Kindness Kingdom game: teaching kindess to little pricesses (and princes) across the land!



I am going to admit to you that my five year old son could work on his manners. For the most part he is super sweet, but his table manners in particular need help. Just because he is a boy does not mean he is exempt from good manners in my opinion. This is the reason I agreed to review Kindness Kingdom, even though it is technically set up to cater to young ladies. 


“Someone once said, "Treat everyone with politeness, even those who are rude to you - not because they are nice, but because you are." I so agree and hope you will join me in Kindness Kingdom where we will have so much fun making our way to the tea party, learning about manners as we go. You are invited!”


This game is set up very nicely. The goal being to make it through the eight neighborhoods and collect a charm in each, you receive these by answering questions about manners correctly. Some of these questions are very easy, and some really require some thought. Because of this, the younger players can simply name a manner associated with the neighborhood instead of answering a question. I was THRILLED to know my little man got every single question right. So, he knows the manners- he just has to learn how to use them!

The instructions took Mom and I a few minutes to learn the game (we are notorious for not figuring games out), but once we got the hang of it, the game was very simple to play! This game is made for 2-4 players aged 5 and up.




I believe good manners are a must, and I plan on teaching my children proper manners every single day. I do love Kindness Kingdom, but do wish that they would create a Kindness Kingdom boy’s edition to teach wonderful things like holding the door open for strangers, and allowing ladies to go first. Yes- maybe old school- but remember, we are in the south and these things are expected. Overall, my son, Mom and I had a blast playing this game- I think of it as a Candy Land for manners! We had lots of giggles, and it was pretty funny when my Mom got a question wrong. In every part of the game you encounter characters being kind. This is just another way it teaches manners.  


Buy It:

If you have a little princess that you would like to teach manner to, Kindness Kingdom is a VERY fun way to do it! You can purchase it for $35 on Amazon or their website


You can also visit the sister site to Kindness Kingdom called Marvelously Well Mannered to learn tips for raising well-mannered children, and even to be well mannered yourself! You can also check out Kindness Kingdom on Facebook. Be sure to check back tomorrow for a giveaway of this awesome game!


Disclosure: I received the above product in consideration for this review. No additional compensation was received for this post. The Nurse Mommy blog will always provide honest opinions, beliefs or experiences on products reviewed. We will only recommend products or services that we feel are of benefit to our readers.  If you have any questions about this post please contact me at nursemommypaige at yahoo dot com.

7 comments:

  1. What a great concept for a game!

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  2. This is TERRIFIC! The world needs more kindness... we need to encourage and instill this in young ones :)

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  3. This game looks so awesome! I need to get this for my daughter! =)

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  4. My daughter would LOVE this - especially since it's Princess themed! :)

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  5. This would be great for my three year old.

    PS, love the new look of the site!

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    1. thank you! We are pretty thrilled with it!

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