Race For Fun With Q’s Race To The Top Board Game

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I love to incorporate games in our homeschooling. It gives my children a break from book work. We are partial to board type games, our new favorite game is Q’s Race To The Top.


Q's Race To The Top Game


Q’s Race To The Top is the perfect family game.  The game teaches children how to respond in emotional situations.  The object of the game is to have your Q (monkey) to race to the top of the board.  When the dice is rolled the figure will land on either a red, green or s blue space on the board. The colors represent what color card you will receive.


Q's Race to the top


For instance a red card are the “do” cards which have the player acting out silly actions.  An example is: Having a balancing contest with another player. Stand on one leg and do something funny with your arms. See who can hold that pose the longest.


Q's race to the top game


My kids loved the red cards the most because they got to compete against each other.  They were having fun while learning by following directions, getting exercise, practice balancing, self control, coordination, working together as a team with some of the cards and most of all having the feeling of identification.  



The blue cards are the question cards.  These cards were questions about the individual player. For example: The player is to look in each players eyes and say their eye color. Then asked if they know their own eye color. I loved these cards the most because it gave my children a chance to really dig deep and learn about each other.   Also asking questions perfect for character building such as manners, positive behavior, creative thinking, communication skills, self-awareness, feeling identification and verbalization.  


Q's race to the top blue card


Lastly the green cards are cards asking what would Q do?  Similar to the blue cards they are third person questions with different social scenarios with family, neighbors and friends.  Practicing social awareness along with social skills, keeping emotions in check, manners with positive behavior, positive attitude and copying skills. 


The game has obstacles along the way such as dotted lines that can move you up or down with advantages and disadvantages. 


Q's race to the top board game


Q’s Race To The Top board game is all about learning while having fun.  the game produces a foundation for life skills. My kids loved this game because not only was it a challenge for them to race to the top but they enjoyed how hands on it was.  Whether a homeschooler, teacher or parent this is a definite fun family game to play, it will leave the children asking to keep playing!  Comes with 150 questions and actions, storybook and board game.  Ideal for age 3 and up! 


What do you think your children would enjoy most about Q’s Race To The Top Board Game?  


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  1. I think my kids would totally enjoy this game. I’m always on the hunt for new games for family game night and this looks very entertaining.

  2. This is such a cute game, would be an awesome gift for my grandson!!

  3. That looks like such a fun game! My kids would absolutely love it! They are totally into board games right now.

  4. My family and I LOVE to play board games. We had not played this one yet. It’s definitely going on our little list we keep for new games we want to try out.

    • It is nice to hear that your family loves to play board games together. I find it difficult to engage the kids in things that are not technological. But this games looks fun enough to keep the family entertained.

  5. This sounds like a great game for my daughter to play with her cousin! I love that it’s recommended for children ages 3 and up!

  6. Jim Striegel says:

    Looks like some great learning and fun games for the kids.

  7. Awww that looks like a fun game. From the pictures it looks like they are having a ton of fun!! Might need to get this for my niece and nephew for Christmas!

  8. We love educational toys! Those are the only gifts we do!

  9. This sounds like such a fun game, and something that would keep my twins attentions. Thanks for the suggestion!

  10. This game sounds so awesome! I am going to buy it for teacher’s gift in Illinois so they kids can have it during the winter months for indoor recess! This will be exactly what they need when stuck inside.

  11. That sounds like a great game. I bet my girls would love it!

  12. Jenna Wood says:

    I really like that this board game makes kids interact with one another and really follow instructions. It sounds like it has a lot of educational potential!

  13. Amy Desrosiers says:

    Looks like a fun game for my kids too. Hopefully, they’d sit still to play it!

  14. What a supercute game! I think my kids would enjoy it.

  15. What a great looking colorful game!
    We love games in my household.

  16. Oh, that looks like such fun! We have a family game night every week and my daughter loves to get out of hand with them. LOL A game like this where she is encouraged to have a little more fun would be perfect.

  17. What a great looking game! I love that it teaches kids to have fun while teaching them at the same time! My kids would love it!

  18. I love the idea of this game! My boys who are 3 and 5 will love this. Thanks!

  19. This looks like a great game. My kids are too old but would make an amazing gift for the nieces and nephews.

  20. Melissa Smith says:

    I don’t homeschool my children, but I do like to do fun learning activities with them. This looks like it’d be a great addition to our little collection!

  21. This game looks awesome! My kids would love the red ones as well, they love to compete!

  22. What a fun game! I always prefer games that get up you, get you moving and acting silly. Our kids enjoy those because they don’t require a whole lot of thinking such as math.

  23. pinned

  24. What a cute game! I love that they are learning while playing, that’s a quality game!

  25. I love it when games are both fun and educational. This looks like a great one!

  26. I love this game! How awesome to have a board game that makes you get up!

  27. This looks like such a great game…. i think my daughter would love it and probably even talk the older kids into playing with her…thanks for sharing

  28. I love games like that! Not only does it help with basic skills, the kids get to do something fun without realizing they are learning.

  29. This board game is great! It’s so colorful, and it combines physicality with the board game. Great.

  30. Amy Desrosiers says:

    I like that this game also stimulates and inspires kids to be silly and active. My girls would love this!

  31. We love board games! This would make a wonderful gift for niece!

  32. Oh my goodness, what a cute game. My kids, well no, my whole family is really into board games and this one sounds like fun. Thanks for sharing.

  33. Looks like a fun learning game!! I love when games teach kids and they don’t realize they are learning.

  34. How fun! I think my daughter would have loved something like this! Your children look like they had a blast!

  35. I think incorporating games into learning is so effective!

  36. Awesome game. Looks like a lot of fun.

  37. I like that there’s action involved. It keeps the kids interested when they have something new to do all the time.

  38. Ann Bacciaglia says:

    Looks like a game my kids would have loved to play when they were younger. I will send this link to my friends with young kids.

  39. My boys would love this game. Thanks for sharing!

  40. What a great game! We LOVE games in this house and I know my kids would have so much fun playing this game.

  41. My kids would really like this!

  42. Oh such a fun and interactive game. Really gets the kids from in front of the TV.

  43. My kids would love this game because of the race! Sounds like a great game for our family game nights.

  44. Looks like a really fun game! Nothing better than learning by playing!

  45. This looks like such a fun game. I can’t wait to try it with the kids.

  46. appropriate responses to emotions is exactly what we are working on right now with our oldest – I hope I can buy it in Canada, as I’ll be checking out our local game store to buy this one. thanks!

  47. This looks like such a fun board game and perfect for family game night with my grandsons! They would have so much fun and not even realize they would be learning important skills!

  48. I think it’s great when education can be fun. I’ve never seen a board game like that. What an interesting concept!

  49. This looks like fun! I bet my kids would love it. I like all the interaction!

  50. My daughter would love this game, too. I’m going to try it.

  51. Sounds like a fun game. My family has been playing board games this summer. The hubby wants them to take breaks from the digital devices.

  52. Oh my gosh looks like they had so much fun! Such a great idea to play games while homeschooling!

  53. Wow, what a fun looking game.. and I bet they didn’t even realize they were learning all along! I love games like this- thanks for the honest review!

  54. Games are a great way to learn and this one looks like so much fun! Games are a big part of my teacher-friends’ classrooms as well. Great review!

  55. What a fun game! It even gets the kids moving! NICE!!!

  56. A fun game for the kids. I would like to try it out.

  57. Looks like a great educational game. We might have to get it for family game night.

  58. hi, may i please ask where i can purchse this board game? thanks:)

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