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Time in a Box :: Review

What does every child want? An I Pad? Xbox? Maybe, but what is the one thing that every child wants, needs and deserves? At FoxMind Games they believe they know the answer and today announced the international availability of its new Time in a Box.

Time in a Box isn't a typical kids game. It is actually a commitment of time between you and a child. The box contains activity cards that are group by seasons. Each card has an activity that you will do with a child; for example: start a family tree or finish a puzzle. They are one on one connection points for you to engage your child through an activity that opens them up for further communication and relationship building. 

The new product, the brainchild of child psychologist and writer Rute Moreira, is more than its contents. It's a gift of dedicated time; an opportunity to try new things; a way to explore art and science; a chance to plan for the future and to consider the past; and a way to tell a child in your life that they matter to you - more than anything!

Time in a Box isn't just a gift for your own child. How about considering it as a gift for a Big Brother/Big Sister? A special birthday present from an Aunt or Uncle. It would even make a great baby gift or adoption gift. 

MSRP $17.95 for 2 players ages 6 and up
Order yours today!

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