Holiday Giveaways 2021 – The Million Dollar Doodle by Flying Leap Games

Holiday Giveaways 2021 – The Million Dollar Doodle by Flying Leap Games

We’ve long said that teachers are lucky if they’re able to use board games for teaching. There are so many options that cover everything from science to history to language and a lot in between. Sometimes it’s about thinking outside the box. The Million Dollar Doodle by Flying Leap Games is one such example. While it’s a game, it lends itself to the classroom because it involves springboarding someone else’s idea. We included The Million Dollar Doodle in our guide to party games because it is a party game. But we think it would make an awesome gift for a teacher on your shopping list! Pick up a copy for them and enter this giveaway so you have a copy for yourself if you win!

Holiday Giveaway 2021 – The Million Dollar Doodle Game


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Founder and owner of, 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 closely with brands such as Netflix, Nintendo, Domino's and Disney, 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 amazing daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere being an advocate for playing board games.

19 comments on «Holiday Giveaways 2021 – The Million Dollar Doodle by Flying Leap Games»

  1. Donna L says:

    I would like to see Jeopardy played.

  2. Mia Rose says:

    I think the Scattergories Games are good ones for the classroom.

  3. Michael Shea says:

    Blank Slate – The Game Where Great Minds Think Alike

  4. Penny Branson LeBaron says:

    Apples to Apples would be good for the classroom

  5. Tony Platz says:

    Jeopardy or Trivial Pursuit .

  6. Thanay Binford says:

    headbands is a good thinking description game

  7. Pete Donegan says:

    Exhibition 20th Century

  8. Sue E says:

    Jeopardy, Trivia Games, Password, GREAT games!! Even Scrabble would work for a smaller Spelling/English-Grammar group

  9. EMMA L HORTON says:


  10. Jessica Peeling says:

    I’d like to see more strategy type games like Catan!

  11. Pavlos says:

    Scrabble and Trivia Games

  12. Darren Green says:

    I recently got a game called Poetry Slam which I think could work well in a classroom.

  13. Jessica W. says:

    I loved Trivial Pursuit growing up. I think that game for a specific class and age group will help kids want to gain more general knowledge.

  14. Jordan Binkerd says:

    All sorts of trivia options, for one thing. Risk can teach strategy. D&D can help explore social skills and decision making….

  15. Elena says:

    Strategy games

  16. StrPap says:

    Strategy or STEM oriented games

  17. Frankie Pinnix says:

    Scrabble, Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune-games they can learn from while playing

  18. Ed says:

    Strategy games

  19. Rosemary says:

    brain games

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