Entertaining products including two new family tabletop games, “Free-The-Bugs, and “Catch-A-Bug.” Also, our printable/downloadable Coloring Activity Book, Assorted Kids Adhesive Stickers, and videos designed to both entertain and educated children of all ages.
About the products…
Family tabletop game “Free The Bugs” is designed for ages 5 to adult, 2-4 players, and takes 15-20 minutes to play. This laughter filled suspenseful tabletop game is printed with vibrant colorful illustrations on 19×19 high quality durable polyester canvas.
Family tabletop game “Catch-A-Bug” is new and exciting card game designed for family entertainment, classrooms, or small groups. It is simple, suspenseful, and yet quite competitive. Moreover, be prepared for challenging decision making with unexpected hilarious outcomes. This wholesome family game is designed for 2-4 players, ages 5 to adult. In addition, it only takes 10-15 minutes to play. The object of the game is to accumulate/catch any combination of 4 bug cards to win!
Assorted Kids Adhesive Stickers are a colorful sticker assortment of The Incy Wincies characters Bella, Buzz, Crickee, Dottie and Grouchy. In addition, they are made of a glossy durable vinyl, unlike paper stickers that tear easily and are illustrated in detail. They re-stick to many different surfaces, so kids will be able to move them from one notebook cover to the other.
Actual sticker sheet size is 9.25″ x 6.25″
18 stickers per pack in various sizes from 1-1/2″ – 2-1/4″
Will re-stick to most surfaces
Vibrant colors and detailed artwork
Printed on durable glossy vinyl
Finally, our videos include product introduction, card game focus group, and environmental videos. Our environmental videos in particular will be of interest to many, as the narrative brings attention to several environmental issues, including deforestation and pollution. Additionally, they are designed to bring the discussion of our endangered ecosystems front and center.
A closing message:
Help bring awareness to kids to environmental concerns. The sooner they’re taught – the better chance we have of saving our planet.