Sunday, April 5, 2009

A Green Living Board Game

A good friend of ours created a new board game because she thought it would be a fun way to teach her children about the environment and how to protect it.


I just finished playing It's a Green Life! with my husband and boys and we all thoroughly enjoyed it and learned many new ways that we can pitch-in to make a difference. The point of the game is to race from a recycling center to a green planet Earth. A player advances through the 52 spaces on the board (which represent the 52 weeks in a year that people can follow environmentally friendly practices) by drawing cards that either reward them for being environmentally responsible or correct them for making mistakes. The reward and correction cards include tips about different environmentally friendly practices and they list the number of spaces a player will advance or move backwards.

Here is a link to the It's a Green Life! website. The game can be ordered on line and special pricing quotes are available for large quantity orders.

3 comments:

mike said...

That sounds really cool. Im going to check that out!

living said...

The simple act of recycling significantly decreases our impact on the environment as a whole. It just makes sense. Going green means preserving a natural balance, conserving and so on

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Blogmaster said...

how to live green, I practice what I publish

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