Are you looking for ways to connect with your children through the games they enjoy?
Bring the game to life and have some outdoor family fun with your own version of Angry Birds.
In this article, I’ll show you how to create an outdoors Angry Birds game in less than 10 minutes so you can turn a favorite video game into an offline adventure with your kids.
Why Angry Birds?
Angry Birds is one of the most popular games available. It not only teaches players physics but it’s a lot of fun.
I must confess when I first came across the game I spent hours trying to knock down the piggy fortresses myself, so it’s not just for kids.
Does the thought of driving anywhere without fully charged iPads make your blood run cold?
Are you looking for ideas to keep your kids occupied while on the road?
Read on for the solution to the car trip crazies.
In this article, I’ll show you 3 games that your family can play in the car to beat the boredom of a long trip (or even a short one).
Let’s be honest, it’s a challenge to keep active kids occupied in the car, even for the most patient among us.
What are we to do?
Do your kids place more value on their videogames than the real world?
How about bridging the two? Minecraft is one of the hottest games for kids.
Did you know you can create “adventure maps” in your own backyard?
Whether your kids are into Minecraft or not, this article is sure to get them outside for a fun adventure.
Why a Backyard Treasure Hunt?
My kids have been creating adventure maps on Minecraft for a long time now, so I thought it would be fun to create a real-life adventure map in our backyard.