The Baby Beluga Game: A Cooperative Game for the Kids #MBPHGG18



Thank you to The Baby Beluga Game for the product. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

Who has already started their Christmas shopping? I know I have and I'm looking for unique and fun products for my family, especially my nieces and nephews, and game are always a big hit. The Baby Beluga Game made me especially excited because my oldest absolutely loves Raffi. He is getting old enough to start learning how to play games so this is perfect. The Baby Beluga Game requires teammwork and has three different levels for the ages 3 to 10 to learn. 
Don't worry if your little can read or not as the game has reading and no reading versions. The goal is for Baby Beluga and his friends to swim wild and free at the end. The game is engaging in the style of play and it's overall visual effect. I love that we got to discuss topics related to the ocean while playing.



The Baby Beluga game incorporates not only cooperative learning, but also emotional, social, and environmental learning. Hendrix really enjoyed the theme of the game and will hopefully catch on more to the other aspects when we play more. 

If the learning aspect isn't great enough, the game is also a green game, made from recycled paper, using vegetable-based inks, chlorine-free paper processing, and certified safe. My favorite benefit is that a portion of the profits are donated to marine mammal conservation. Support USA made products and those that give back this holiday season.

A few examples of the Trouble cards

Ashley Wolff, the illustrator of the original book, also illustrated this game. The images and whale will draw the kids in and the story line will make them stay to play. We love playing games as an family and with our other families at holidays. My nieces and nephews always like to try new games so I know The Baby Beluga Game will be a winner in their eyes, too. 

Want it? Buy it!

The Baby Beluga Game is available for  $34.95. You also get a bonus book with the game that includes a link to download Raffi's "Baby Beluga," science pages, active cooperative games and more. 

Do you play any games during the holidays or on a regular basis with your family? 


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