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Toy Tuesday: A New Take On a Classic

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Growing up, Game Night was a staple in our household. We actually had a closet we called "The Toys 'R Us" room because of all the board games stacked on top of each other. I love the tradition of having a time where a family—big or small—can gather together and just have some good old fashioned no-battery fun.

With Pictionary (one of my absolute favorites as a child) you can play this super kid friendly game any day of the week. In no way am I an "artist", but after a few turns, everyone playing is cracking up and you forget that you are creating master pieces and it's more about connecting with your family. Can you guess what my word was here?

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How about our Junior player?

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There's a few updates to the game since I was playing it 15 years ago. There's a a new board for faster game play. I also love the dry erase boards that are included and the easy to read print on each card. And not to worry---there are two levels of clues (1200 Adult, 800 Junior). For just $19.99, the whole family can be an "artist" for the night. Play on teams or just get your kids drawing. You can buy your Pictionary game here.

The Shopping Mama was not paid for this post. We did receive a game to play.

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