Board game offers more than family fun
Hello Military community,
There’s no job more challenging than being a parent these days: Two career homes, single parenthood, foster or kinship care, endless outside influences that seem to creep into the home and Military tours of duty that continue to be extended.
This week, I want to highlight a new resource that came to my attention recently that was created by Kevin McMahon. That’s The Ticket is a success game kids and families can play for a lifetime that empowers parents to bring vital order, structure and solidity to their family life – even in times of uncertainty.
That’s The Ticket inspires kids to want to set new goals, master positive habits and earn the things they crave. This creative educational tool is loaded with humor, fun role-playing and true stories from actual That’s the Ticket families.
Every copy includes a colorful game with step-by-step instructions, a Ways to Win game board, hundreds of positive-habit Ways to Win game pieces, a Prizes & Rewards game board and hundreds of no-cost to low-cost Prizes & Rewards game pieces.
It also comes with a roll of tickets and (as outlined in the game’s guidebook) a series of quick questions to help parents immediately determine the top five areas they most want to see their kids improve in. The game translates those top five areas into daily and weekly goals.
Kevin and That’s The Ticket have been endorsed by Fox, CBS, NBC, ABC, all four military branches of service Family Advocacy Office and more. Kevin regularly speaks at colleges, conferences and military bases, nationwide. His keynote talks and workshops are a favorite year-round because his stories, style and the family success games he created can be found nowhere else.
For more information or to order this wonderful educational program for your family, go to www.familysuccessgames.com.
Blessings from my family to yours,
If you have any questions or concerns or would like to share a story or situation, contact me at Kim@MilitaryResourceBooks.com and visit my website at MilitaryResourceBooks.com for updated information and other resources not listed in my book.