Marvelously Well-Mannered Kindness Kingdom Board Game Review/Giveaway ends 7/7

kindnesskingdomI recently had the chance to work with Kindness Kingdom and review their lovely board game in exchange for my honest opinion. This game is for 2-4 players, ages 5 and up. Kindness Kingdom helps teach your child charm, politeness, etiquette, good manners, random acts of kindness, and great social skills.


My 4.5 year old had a bit of trouble with some of the questions, but she is very young for the game, so it was a great lesson for her. I always love teaching her with games, because she doesn’t get bored with it. Also, anything with princesses is a plus in her book! She loves the princesses, fairies, tea parties, etc. The purpose of Kindness Kingdom is to be the first one to collect all 8 neighborhood charms and the key to the Golden Gate and arrive at the tea party. This game lasted about 30 minutes, which was long enough (and short enough, whichever way you look at it).

A little excerpt about the game:
Kindness Kingdom is the first board game from parent company Marvelously Well-Mannered; aimed at teaching young girls useful tips as they wander through the gemmed game path on the way to Queen Grace’s tea party. Proudly made in the USA, the board game is ideal for 2 to 4 players, for ages 5 and up. Not only do children develop social and emotional skills but thoughtfulness toward others. Once a winner is determined, players are requested to cheer on the remaining players until all youngsters reach the finish line, arriving at Queen Grace’s marvelous tea party. Subtle illustrations such as a princess seated in a wheelchair reinforce empathy, a much-needed skill for kids to combat teasing or worse, bullying. The company’s website offers general etiquette tips for children.


I loved all the colors in the game, it kept our attention and was fun. There are RSVP cards that you use to move through the game, and then question cards to collect a charm for your bracelet. Most importantly, I loved teaching my child manners by the wonderful questions/answer cards. This is a GREAT game that I highly encourage if you have children 5 and up!

You can purchase the game from Kindness Kingdom‘s site for $35.00.

One lucky reader will win the Kindness Kingdom board game.
US Resident, 18 and up only.
Giveaway ends 7/7/2013 at 11:59pm CST

Disclosure: I received the above referenced product for free in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any way, opinions are 100% mine and were not influenced.



  1. Janet W. says:

    This looks like a fun game, and I love that it’s made in the USA!

  2. What a wonderful idea for a game. I like how well made it looks.

  3. alena svetelska says:

    i would love to win this game for my 3 kids,because they get bored easily

  4. cheryl lister says:

    this would be fun to play with my grand daughter, Alexa

  5. Gail Williams says:

    This would be a fun game for my Grandchildren to play at Grandma’s house!

  6. laurie nykaza says:

    my nieces would love to play this game with me

  7. I want to win this for my granddaughter.

  8. Ruth chu says:

    i have two boys whom sometimes forget their manners and think this would help

  9. Sherry Compton says:

    My granddaughter would love playing this.

  10. Marissa M says:

    I would love to win this as the perfect gift for my niece for her birthday!!

  11. Destanie Mazurek says:

    Would love a new game for game nights with our little girl!

  12. claudia alvarez says:

    Great activityto do with my daughter

  13. Angie M. says:

    My daughter is 4.5 and I think this game teaches some important lessons!

  14. Hannah @Supermommy!...Or Not says:

    My 5 year old daughter is struggling with showing kindness to her little brother. A game like this might help encourage her to be nicer!

  15. Natalie Trenary says:

    looks fun! My kids love board games.

  16. Gayle S says:

    What a fantastic idea! Games are fun in general, but when you can use them to teach manners it is a win-win situation.

  17. nicole seekell says:

    I would like to win this game for my daughter. We love to play board games!

  18. Christina says:

    my daughters would love it

  19. K. Finn says:

    Because the game teaches kindness and social skills.

  20. Mary Mac says:

    My grand daughter would love to play this game

  21. charlene says:

    I would like to win this for my niece and nephew. Thanks for the chance to win.

  22. Lily Kwan says:

    I want to win this game because it looks very fun!

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