End the Hunt for a Holiday Adventure for Your Kiddos
Kids look forward to finding gifts under the tree – they know to look for them there because it’s a tradition they have become accustomed to! But what if this year you added a twist by hiding a fun gift around the house and played a game to see who could find it first?
The Snipe Hunt Game from Education Outdoors is a fun activity in which two Snipes are used. The object of the game is to be the first player/team to find the other players/teams Snipe first. If the Snipes have not been found after a period of time, they start to chirp and their eyes light up. Kids are sure to get a kick out of the extra hunt for this gift.
How to Play the Snipe Hunt Game:
The Snipe hunt game can be played with two people, two teams or special * single seeker play, and incorporates both indoor/outdoor activity and good old fashion fun. The object of Snipe is Be the first team/person to find the other team/persons snipe and return it to its nest. After the players have hidden their snipe the other player will try to find it. After a period of time, if the Snipes have not been discovered, they will chirp and then their eyes will light up. Each game comes with two snipes, (named Biela and Smartin) and a Snipe nest. The packaging tells the story behind the legendary campfire animals.
My son, Braxton loves his Snipe Game. He has been hiding his Snipes around the house and then sending his Daddy or one of his siblings to go and find the Snipe. It was funny because a few nights ago, Braxton had gone to bed and I kept hearing this funny little chirping sound and was wondering what on earth it was. I thought maybe there was a bird in the Christmas tree. And then, I discovered a little Snipe with its eyes all aglow, hidden in the branches. It was so cute, and such a fun game!
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For more information on the game, including rules, check out Snipe Hunt Game Rules
Disclaimer: I received a sample of this product to review. All opinions are my own.