One way we love to spend time together as a family is to set aside certain nights to be together. Not to mention that staying in the house together can save quite a bit of money as opposed to going out! I planned our night a few days in advance so while the kids were in school I ran out to Walmart to go shopping for our family fun night, as well as buy school supplies and other things. I decided for our family fun night to have quick finger foods so I was specifically looking to buy ketchup, Tyson Chicken Nuggets (my son’s favorite) and french fries! I also debated on whether or not to buy a new game or to feature one of our MANY games at home! I have a TON of Hasbro games. You can see my Google+ album here – we found tons of games and even more games on clearance!
Some of the Heinz ketchup bottles even had free samples on them!
We haven’t bought french fries probably in years so I knew this would be a special treat! I didn’t realize how many fry options there were! Waffle fries, fast food fries, steak fries, crinkle fries….
We love Tyson chicken nuggets for several reasons. One being that my youngest son isn’t allergic to them (a HUGE plus!) and that they use 100% natural ingredients. For as often as my little guy eats chicken nuggets I definitely appreciate that there’s less junk in them!
I didn’t tell my kids about our fun family night together. They have been really into playing games together so I decided to set the table up with everything for our fun night. Game nights are a great way to interact with each other!
My kids were so excited when they walked into the dining room! They scarfed down their food and quickly began begging to play! They had never played Guess Who? before so we started with that one!
And we spent a LOT of time playing Guess Who? My son LOVED it! We played at least 6 or 7 times in a row. This is a good old classic game that is fantastic and simple for children to learn and work on deductive reasoning skills. Not to mention that you can implement simple strategy into the game as well – a fantastic skill for kids to learn.
We also played Sorry! which we have been teaching my son to play – he really likes sending his dad’s pawns back to their homes and saying “SORRY”! Once we had completed our night and the kids were “gamed” out I went online and registered for the DipDipHooray Sweepstakes! (You can check out all of the sweepstakes rules here.) It was quick to register, then I entered the sweeps, and used my UPC codes from my Tyson, Heinz, and Ore-Ida products to unlock more times to play! The grand prize is a $1000 Hasbro Game Night prize pack and 250 1st place winners will win a Hasbro game!
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