Holiday Giveaways 2020 – Magna-Tiles Treasure Hunt by Ravensburger

Holiday Giveaways 2020 – Magna-Tiles Treasure Hunt by Ravensburger

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Every time I turn around, I swear I see Ravensburger products. Friends sharing pictures of puzzles and others playing their games, it seems like the brand is everywhere. More often than not, it revolves around people my age so I often forget the wealth of products they have for younger kids. This is one of the reasons we included Magna-Tiles Treasure Hunt in our list of gifts for younger kids! You can add a copy to your Target shopping cart to gift to another family during the holidays then enter this giveaway to win a copy for yourself! 

Holiday Giveaway 2020 – Magna-Tiles Treasure Hunt Game

Nicole

About Nicole

Founder and owner of SAHMReviews.com, Nicole has been involved in social media marketing since 2007. She has partnered with a number of major corporations who utilized her skills to improve their social media outreach and online presence. Nicole has worked as an ambassador for brands such as Netflix, U.S. Cellular and K'NEX, has been featured in McDonald's videos as well as Maria Bailey's book "Power Moms". Always a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) and mother of two beautiful teen daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere playing board games.

23 comments on «Holiday Giveaways 2020 – Magna-Tiles Treasure Hunt by Ravensburger»

  1. Pat F says:

    kids enjoy the hands on of the game,it gets them thinking and the excitement of playing and possibly wining!

  2. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    The biggest benefit would be learning good social skills.

  3. Mia E. says:

    I think board games are so educational for learning counting and strategy skills and how to be a good sport.

  4. Jordan Binkerd says:

    Probably all sorts of benefits, but my favorite is that when they’re older I can play cooler games with them…

  5. Michael Shea says:

    Social Skills

  6. Tony Platz says:

    Social skills and learning to be a good winner or loser .

  7. Giggles GIggles says:

    I think it’ll help them in multiple ways – from learning strategy, collaborating, and understanding that they may not win all the time. Great for development of so many things!

  8. Ed says:

    Learning strategies in games and helping them understand about winning and losing.

  9. Jeanna Massman says:

    I think kids and parents both benefit because they have the opportunity to bond.

  10. Losh says:

    To learn how to not be a sore loser.

  11. Levi Byers says:

    Because it’s just plain fun!

  12. Caroline Lennek says:

    They make learning fun and develop math, reading, and thinking skills along the way!

  13. James Hamilton says:

    Learning how to be competitive in an appropriate way.

  14. Jeanette Jackson says:

    They learn good sportsmanship and co-operation

  15. Debbie Erickson says:

    I think it is important for kids to learn that you might not always win but you can always try! We also love that it builds strong family connection

  16. Courtney Carroll says:

    I think it helps teach them how to follow rules. How to be a good winner and a good loser. How to take turns and be patient. I love games and playing with my little one!

  17. Shirley O says:

    I think it helps them to develop social skills and cooperation.

  18. Emanuele Valente says:

    They can get more foccous, learn Mathematics, and get Fun while playing it

  19. lisa stokoe says:

    Board games teach children patience and how to lose gracefully. We don’t always win!

  20. Camille B says:

    With my toddler, I’ve seen him learn how to share and take turns thanks to our time playing games. It also means daddy and I can play games with him, and not just while he sleeps!

  21. Lauryn R says:

    It is a great way to bond, as well as educate your kids. They learn how to be a good sport, share, and of course I love educational games that teach them new things.

  22. Judy Rittenhouse says:

    Many games are educational and teach you thinking and strategic skills and social skills and getting along with others.

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