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Passing a love of fishing on to your kids can be difficult to do when casting all day and waiting for a bite seems like one of the most boring activities in the world for their high energy. A new game is making it easier by adding an element of competition. The Fishing Camp game is a trivia board game that teaches new fishermen about, and challenges seasoned veterans knowledge of, the sport as they race around the game board. Fishing Camp is designed to grow with the player. Starting at level one the questions are primarily identification of fish and fishing tackle. As the players increase in their knowledge about fishing, they grow into the higher level questions.
The Fishing Camp Game
Fishing Camp is an educational trivia-based board game for the whole family made by Education Outdoors. The game has challenging trivia questions for novices and experts alike.
When we played the game, there were players ages 3 to 45. The instructions were easy to understand and to explain to a child. Everyone seemed to enjoy the game and nobody looked bored.
The kids had fun answering the questions and catching the fish when they answered the question correctly. I think we all learned a lot about fishing and boating while playing the game! My youngest plans on going fishing this summer, so that should help her know a bit more about fish.
I would recommend this game to both boys and girls and something the whole family could be a part of. The Fishing Camp is intended for players that are ages 4 and up. It can be played by 2 to 6 players at a time.
Education Outdoors has committed to donating a percentage of profits to organization that are geared toward educating children and families about the great outdoors.
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Tess, a professional blogger and interior designer, enjoys reading and sharing children’s books and any learning activities with her children and grandchildren.