After the Opening Ceremony last Friday night, there was definitely an increased interest in the 2012 London Olympics in our house.
I have even watched some of the events live on my iphone (when using wifi – not 3G!) – in fact I watched Tom Daly dive while at my son’s swimming lesson – while the Olympic divers were doing their synchronized “thing” I was watching 7 year olds splash into the deep end of the 10m pool in Ballinderry!
After a slowish start with the medals, Team GB are moving up the medals table. A few Northern Ireland competitors have all done well with 3 Coleraine rowers winning Silver and Bronze. Swimming, gymnastics, cycling and rowing have probably been the most popular sports in our house this week, although I am looking forward to the athletics too.
We have several friends who have attended Olympic events this week, and one has agreed to do a guest blog post on this blog to share her experiences – so watch this space!
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This is a test post.
it is tricky to do
- 1. It was promoted as a game for all ages (from 7 up)
- 2. It was Olympic 2012 special addition and I was in London and promised to bring home a souvenir
- 3. It looked fun while being educational too
- 4. Easily transported for family holidays
We have already played it with friends and family …. and it has been very popular.
The rules are easy, and it can be fun working in team with some of the younger players
The frequent request on completing a game is “just one more game please”
At Britmums I did see a number of other games from makers of Bananagrams and I would be certainly keen to try some more. This game was purchased by me, and all opinions expressed are entirely my own – promise!
What is your favourite family game?