Finding a game that we can all play is very challenging. Now that Emma can read and write it is a little easier but there is still a 12 year difference between her and Cameron. Either the games are too advanced for her and Jack or too boring for Kiara and Cameron.
Pictionary is one of those games that does level the playing field and can work for all ages. Pictionary Air™ makes it even easier for everyone to join in.
Basically it is like Pictionary but in the air. Instead of drawing on little pieces of paper, you draw in the air with the Pictionary Air™ pen and your drawing appears on your tablet/phone. It sounds simple but drawing in the air is harder than it looks. You can also cast the app to your TV which allows for even more fun.
Fun for the whole family!
It took us a few rounds to get the hang of it all but once the kids realised they could use their body and the things around them it made it a lot easier and even more fun.
Kiara can obviously draw really well but take away the paper and it becomes a little trickier. You can’t see where the images are beginning and ending so it becomes tricky to know where to add on things. So just because you can draw, doesn’t mean you will Pictionary Air™.
While the kids have so much fun with this game, it will be lots of fun to play with adults.
Many people have made the decision to home school which means kids are are home more. Holidays are around the corner which means we need to start planning activities we can do as a family! Pictionary Air™ is perfect and the best part is that it is pretty compact so you can take it with you when you travel easily.
You can get this game through Takealot or at Makro, Toy Kingdom, Toys R Us and Fruugo.
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Have you tried this game yet?
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post but all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.