How to Turn Trips to The Store Into Adventures for Your Kids

Are your errand days excruciating, with kids complaining and nagging about going from store to store?

Do you rush through your shopping, trying to finish before the kids melt down?

Tired of hearing, “are we done yet?”

What if there was a way to get your kids excited about running errands? To make them beg to go out shopping?

In this article I’ll teach you how to turn your weekly chores into a fun challenge game that will hold your kids’ interest until you get home.

It may even help with their math skills and teach them to be smarter consumers, but we’ll keep that between us!

Errand adventure: turn your shopping chores into a fun challenge, hold your kids' interest, improve their math skills and teach them to be smarter consumers.

Why Play an Errand Day Game?

Running errands is just one of those things you have to do—a necessary part of life. When your kids complain and fuss, the chore becomes even worse.

I’ll teach you how my family was able to transform a day of drudgery into a fun filled family day of play with a simple game and how you can do the same.

You’ll still have to get your shopping done, but when the kids are happy, you’ll be happy, too, and the task will be much more pleasant.

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