Thursday, October 1, 2009

National Parks Monopoly

In the spirit of the Ken Burns' National Park film being shown on PBS this week, I wanted to share with you two old classic games with a new National Park twist that you and your family might be interested in.

The first is National Parks Monopoly.

With the use of removable and reusable static cling labels, the National Parks Edition of Monopoly allows you to customize your own game with over 100 of the most beautiful Parks across America. What Park will you choose to place on Boardwalk? Will it be the Grand Canyon or the Great Smoky Mountains? You decide. You'll also use one of six collectible pewter tokens, including a ranger hat, bicycle, the Statue of Liberty, canoe, cannon or the revered bison to move across the country.

The second game is National Parks Yahtzee.

This revision of the classic dice game allows adventurers to play Yahtzee with a national parks theme and enjoy fun facts about the environment and how to preserve our national parks.

A portion of the sales for both games are donated to the National Parks Foundation for the preservation of America's parks.


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