Family Dinner Games and Pickel a Pirate

Games are a great way to learn, communicate, and bond as a family. I thought your readers might be interested in these exciting games they are sure to love. Both games are fun and easy to play. Please let me know if you need additional information or images. Thanks ~ KrisFamilyTimeFun: A collection of 51 different dinner games for families to play while they eat. These award-winning games are quick, easy to play and add fun to family meals. For families with kids 5 to 12 years of age. www.FamilyDinnerGames.com

Pickel the Pirate: A children’s educational board game with three levels of learning. A special deck of “create a question” where you can make up your own questions. The game has a fun pirate theme that kids love, four treasure chests filled with treasures, and six fun characters.www.pickelthepirate.com

For additional information contact Kris McCoy, Public Relations Coordinator, Orca Communications at 623-581-3953 or Kris@orcacommunications.com

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