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Please and thank you, general manners and etiquette, are important lessons to learn at a young age that can take you far in life. They’re also lessons that I’m currently trying to instill in my own kids. For example, if you want more of something, what’s the best way to ask? This is just one of the question cards we came across in Q’s Race to the Top, a great question for a board game, a powerful premise, and a wonderful reinforcement.
I’d like to introduce you to Q. Q is a little monkey in the Wunder family who needs a bit of help with his manners and social skills, as most kids do. In Q’s Race to the Top, a new game from EQtainment, you get to move your Q by correctly answering questions on proper behavior and social skills as well as performing stunts of physical coordination. The cards correspond with colors on the game board, one set for actions, one for life and the other emotional understanding. The first Q to the top of the board wins! It comes with it’s own storybook along with the game board and 150 questions and actions.
This game teaches what others don’t, your Emotional Quotient. Hence, EQ. Your EQ are all the important skills outside of your IQ or academic education, such as self control, motivation, empathy, and social skills. Studies have shown that having a high emotional quotient boosts career success, relationship satisfaction, leadership skills, health, humor, and happiness. EQtainment, the makers of Q’s Race to the Top, helps kids practice emotional intelligence through fun and affordable games, storybooks, and videos.
My kids were so excited to play Q’s Race to the Top. I knew it would be a really fun game, and funny, particularly the physical coordination feats. I wasn’t mistaken. The activity cards were some of our favorites.
I love how Q’s Race to the Top teaches life lessons in a positive way that my kids will understand while also being a really fun game. Buzz really is my own little Q. I’ve said plenty of times before, as he’s climbing what he shouldn’t or crouching down in his favorite position, he’s my monkey. He’s also the one who will talk to anyone he comes across and say the first thing that comes into mind, whether good or not-so-good. Trips to the store with him are interesting. As such, he could definitely use a few trips around this game board. Even my by-the-rules 10 year old learned a few things and had a blast with the actions!
This is a game that we’ll play again and again! I’m sure it will be a family favorite for game night.