About Them: Child obesity in America has become a major issue. An unhealthy lifestyle is a common problem among children and adults. Eat to Win was created to help encourage nutrition and exercise in fun and active games. Eat to Win was created by a concerned mom whose own child struggled with being overweight. Fun Interactive Board Game where YOU become the game piece! Land in the Banana Split Pit or Chocolate Lava Fountain and… it will cost you! Every Food space is equal to the average number of calories for that item! Have fun traveling through our four fun parks and earning extra bucks! Don’t be a couch potato! Nonstop laughter when you or your opponent land on one of our Do IT spaces around the board!
I got this cool game along with some extra games to go along with it. This game is great for toddlers and up, teach them the value of food and what is to much and not enough. It has loads of questions on yes or no, some that just make you giggle to much, and while others that make you do things. Pretty active game and loads of fun. My 3 year would not stop talking about it and how he wanted to play all day. I really like the whole ideal concept of the game, teaching kids about obesity and what not. Kids learn from us, and if we don’t let them no about the wrongs of it, they will grow up thinking Fast Food is okay to eat and which it is not, at moderation’s of course. The game is colorful, easy to read, easy to navigate, the game is busy and keeps minds on the game the whole time. The money option is also fun as it teaches your little ones about cash and how you need it to buy food. The extra’s I got some flash cards and spinning wheel, to add on some extra fun of course. Wish they would fit into the box, or come with a box for storing cause they will just get scattered. I gave this game to a preschool class since this is a great toddler learning game, they love it, and I am so happy to see others learn!
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