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What Should You Do? A Game of Consequences--- REVIEW and GIVEAWAY

Thank-you Lakeshore for sending me the "What Should You Do?  A Game of Consequences."  I was not paid for this review and all opinions are 100% mine.  

About the game:
What Should You Do? A Game of Consequences
Sharing a toy moves you closer to the finish, but reading your sister’s diary will send you back 
two spaces! In this fun-filled game of consequences, players face everyday dilemmas that 
deal with topics like honesty, bullying, manners and more. For 2 to 4 players. Ages: 6 – 11
Retails- $19.99

I immediately took this game to my new classroom.  I am now a teacher for a BD/LD classroom and this game fit great into our life skills class.  

My students and I played last week and we had a great time.   I think the two sets of cards allowed for more excitement in the game.  My students loved the "take a chance" cards as they were always hopeful to get a good move forward card. :)  I do however wish there was a bigger stack of question cards.  With four people playing we almost went through every single card making it tougher to play the game again anytime soon.  I am already thinking of adding more questions so we can play it again soon.  

I am excited to bring the game home and play with my daughter.  I think she will have a good time and I think she will make some wise choices when asked all the questions. 

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Emi said…
My kids would like the Real Bugs Discovery Kit
Unknown said…
I love so many of their products but the ready to read kit looks awesome!
deborah said…
The Magna Tiles and the Allowance game look fun and I like the At-Your-Seat-Storage Sack!
Sam Stamp said…
I really like the Magnetic Story Board!
Morgan said…
I love everything at lakeshore! I would love a spot for everyone classroom rug
Morgan said…
I love everything at lakeshore! I would love a spot for everyone classroom rug
Indyposted said…
I love educational games! Very cool giveaway.
Unknown said…
Lakeshore is wonderful! A rug for my room would be awesome!
Unknown said…
Lakeshore is awesome! I would love a classroom rug!
Unknown said…
Lakeshore is awesome! I would love a classroom rug!
Unknown said…
I would love a rug.
Unknown said…
I would like a rug.

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