Not Parent Approved:
Do you love playing Cards Against Humanity? Well, Not Parent Approved is the perfect family version of that game. Now you can play with everyone in the family including the kids. It’s so funny and a family favorite at our house.
Who would think being naughty, on occasion, would be a good idea? Two corporate marketing moms created the card game after being exasperated by what they were witnessing in their neighborhoods. Stacy Katz and Maximina Revis discovered in their research that the average 8-to-10-year-old spends nearly eight hours a day with a variety of different media, and older children and teenagers spend more than 11 hours per day, according to a 2013 policy statement on Children, Adolescents, and the Media,” the American Academy of Pediatrics.
The 455 cards (105 questions and 350 answers) involve cultural references from Taylor Swift to wedgies. Best of all, it’s offline requiring no plugs, cords, earbuds or charging. Kids must look at each other and interact in conversation. Imagine that!
When the kids are bored or you need to wait 20 minutes for a restaurant table, open up this card game and watch their eyes light up! It’s 100% family-friendly despite the awkward name. Two mompreneurs designed the card deck to reintroduce a love of tabletop games for a screen-obsessed generation. It is certainly attention-grabbing while quick, simple play for every tween, teen and college kid in the household. 455 cards, for 4-10 players. Gameplay takes 6-60 minutes at each other and interacts in conversation. Imagine that!
Since making a splash in the toy world, Not Parent Approved ($24.99) has won the approval of many toy judges and award accolades from Dr. Toy 100 Best Children’s Products, National Parenting Product Awards 2016 Winner, Scholastic Parent & Child Gold Star Toy and Tillywig Toy Awards’ Best Family Fun Award Winner.
A multiple award-winning party game for tweens, young teens and their families (4-10 players, ages 8+).