Friday, November 26, 2010

Giveaway: Kids Flag Page

Another item I received at the Relevant Conference was the Kids Flag Page game put out by Family Matters.


From the Family Matters website:

The Kids Flag Page is a fun way for moms and dads to interact with their kids and truly discover the heart of each child—who God created them to be. When you follow the simple, step-by-step instructions to complete your child’s Flag Page and read the information in the accompanying book, you will:
  • Discover the way God uniquely hardwired your children individually and how to best relate to them.
  • Find the six key things that motivate your child
  • Find out what your children love most about life.
  • Connect to the heart of your child.
  • Learn the do's and don’ts of how to motivate, encourage, discipline and help each child succeed in life.
  • Learn how to raise your kids in the power of God’s grace.
  • Discover how to bring the best out of your strong-willed kids.

Built in study questions make the Kids Flag Page a great tool to not only use on your kids, but to study together with your friends.

This colorful and engaging activity will help kids see who they are at their very best. The Kids Flag Page gives parents direction on how to bring out the best in each of their children.

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I'm excited about this opportunity of learning more about the ways that God wired and gifted each of them. This tool is recommended for ages 6-11. Since my oldest has just turned six, I'm going to hang on to this and use it when they are a bit older. I think we would all get more out of it!

I love this kind of thing and I think we all agree that each of our children are equipped differently! So, it will be such a blessing to know how to encourage them and more about who they are!

The Kids Flag Page includes:

  • Game Board
  • Instruction Booklet
  • 36 Trait Game Cards
  • 4 Countries of the World Chart
  • Kids Flag Page Book by Dr. Tim Kimmel
  • Supplies for 3 Kids Flag Pages
    • Score Cards
    • Stickers



Here's the great news - one of you can win the Kids Flag Page! Please leave a comment letting me know why you're interested in this and a winner will be chosen through Random Number Generator.

Comments will be accepted until Saturday, November 27 at 9pm EST.

Disclosure: I received a Kids Flag Page for free in exchange for sharing it here with you. The photos I shared are from the Family Matters website and most of the info is straight from their site. Any opinion expressed is my own.

54 comments:

*carrie* said...

How intriguing! I'll be interested in the future to hear more once you've tried it.

Anna at Joy In Every Step said...

Sounds like a neat tool to use with children. I have never heard about this before but would love too look it over to hopefully us with my girls.

Mippy said...

Hi Monica!
I think it's wonderful to know how someone is wired because you can relate to them better, interact better and have a better relationship.
I think this would be great to use with my nieces and nephews and idk if it works with teens or adults but it would be super cool if it did! :)
Thanks so much for the opportunity to win in this giveaway!
~Mippy :)
bunnysmip at yahoo dot com

Brenda said...

I LOVE this!! I have six of my own children, and let me tell ya....they are each INDIVIDUALS!! It's amazing how no two are alike!!! This would be such a fun way for us to get to know even more of the uniqueness of each child and how to minister to them more personally.

Melissa said...

This is something I would definitely use when Jane is older!

a mom of many said...

This does look interesting. Sounds a really great tool for parents...love to see a follow up post!

Susan said...

I would love to do this with my oldest daughter. I could all the help I can get.

Heidi said...

I would like this

Megan said...

Okay, I have this, but I would love to win another one to giveaway as a gift... is that cheating? :)

ChellsenClan said...

This is fasinating would love to recieve this (I have 8 children) would be fun to do with them

Agnes said...

that looks really interested... I've never seen it. Hope I can play it.

JStacie said...

I have 4 and sometimes they do things that make me scratch my head! I would love to get more insight into their gifts and wiring!

Angel said...

I would love to use this resource with my children

SUsan B said...

I think that would be so much fun for my grandchildren and their parents to learn more about the way God has made them and how best to interact with each one.

Heather said...

I would love to share this with my twin Goddaughters. What a neat offering!

Heather

Anonymous said...

What a neat game! My husband and I lead our family ministry at church, teaching parenting classes, etc. I'd love to find a way to help parents understand the heart of the children! I'd also like to learn more about my own kids, too :)
Kellie M.

angie said...

I would be interested in this game because it helps each child to see how God has wonderfully created him/her. Especially my son who can be so hard on himself, despite all the God-given talent he has been granted.

Lisa said...

My oldest is 4 and I would love to know what makes her tick and how to interact with her better. Sometimes I am at such a loss...
Lisa
totaleclipse22@yahoo.com

Jessica said...

I would love this because we just adopted our school aged child and this would be wonderful to help us get to know her and connect with her!

Amanda said...

I am always interested in a new way for my family to connect and we love games!

escue2007 at yahoo dot com

Erin said...

I've never heard of such a thing! I'm always interested in anything that helps me see or reach the hearts of my children!
Erin
EJLong at gmail dot com

Dorcas said...

Wow! I have been struggling recently with understanding what does and doesn't motivate my 5 year old in particular. He is the oldest (like me) but wired so differently than I am. I would love to have a resource like this! It looks wonderful!

DavisFam3 said...

This looks interesting, I'd love to try it with my daughter.

Jenelle said...

Always looking for tools to better train our boys for a life for God, and many times that means training me as mom first

Katie said...

A post about bringing out the spiritual gifts in my children and helping them to grow into all God designed for their lives has been on the brain...I was so thrilled to read about this giveaway! I have never heard of a *game* like this! I would love to win this!

Anonymous said...

This sounds like such a neat thing to help us as parents to know the differences in our children. Again, another great give away Monica! Another one I would love to have: ) ~Christy

Kenj said...

Ooooh, I've heard Tim Kimmel talk about this and I'd love to win it!

melissa said...

my boys are too young for this, but I think that my sister-in-law would enjoy this for her three homeschooled children. Each child is a unique individual and we need to appreciate his/her strengths and help in his/her weaknesses. Hey, if anything, my sis-in-law will probably pass it onto me in a few years! :)

Anna said...

My older son is now 9 and my younger one is not quite six. It would be great to have a tool that could really pinpoint what makes my older son and how to encourage that in the years to come. I think this would really boost his self-esteem as well and make me more confident in mothering him! What a great resource!

Bryssy said...

How interesting...and a neat giveaway!

Janna said...

Fascinating... a great idea!

Anonymous said...

This looks interesting. I have never seen this before, will be looking into this more. :)
~ Yvette
yvette@im4christ.org

Anonymous said...

Love it! What a great idea!
Tracy
btcassel@verizon.net

Amy said...

I have a child who often wrestles with who God made them to be. I think this could be a great and thoughtful look at themselves.

Karen said...

What a neat and unique tool for your children. I think it would be neat to try this with my children.

Anna said...

This sounds like a neat way to get to know your child's personality better as well as to help them understand themselves better as well. I'd love to use it with my boys. Neat!

Davonne Parks said...

My oldest is five, and I'd love to use this with her now, and again when her and my one year old are older. We are very close, but I'm always trying to think of ways to see into her heart even better than I do. Thanks for the opportunity!

Anonymous said...

I would love, love, LOVE to get this! I teach a couple of homeschool classes, 2 classes at church and homeschool my girls. This would be a great addition! Thanks!
Tara
taramartin940 at sbcglobal dot net

Mandy said...

I've never heard of this tool. Sounds great. I have six kiddos each who are very, very different. It would be so fun to play this together and learn more about what makes them who they are!

Marla said...

This would be great to use with my grandchildren as well as my Mpact Girls class at church!

Lisa @ Simply Things Family said...

I think this looks great. I would love to have!

fixedonHIM said...

Oh my, I would love to have this! It would make life so much more peaceful. I homeschool our girls and this would help me to mainstream things with them, and have fewer moments of frustration on both ends, I'm sure. :)

Summer Weston said...

This sounds awesome!!!

joysmallpack said...

I would love to learn even more about my children and have good conversation starters with them. This looks neat!

Shannon Miller said...

This looks awesome!

Heather said...

This is something I would enjoy with my 6 and 7 year old. In a few years, I can use it with our 2 and 4 year old and our newborn!

Anonymous said...

I have 7 and 11 year old boys that this would be great for.


Crystal_824@yahoo.com

Anna said...

I loved Tim Kimmel's book "Grace-based Parenting", and I'd love to use a tool he developed to nurture our three boys!

Angela (buttercup) :) said...

Wow! This is the one I want to win! Thank you!

ilovethemso @ yahoo . com

Warm Cozy Cook said...

This sounds really interesting! I'd love to play this with my 6 1/2year old strong-willed boy!

Thanks!
Beth

Anonymous said...

We have 6 kiddos, so this would be a great way to dig deeper into who they each are uniquely.
Anne
jhall80@stny.rr.com

Danielle Weissman said...

Oh.I think this is my favorite giveaway! I would LOVE to win this. I read two of Tim Kimmel's books, the most recent "Grace Based Parenting."What a blessing. My oldest is 19 now (out of the house b/c she doesn't feel like she can relate to us as a matter of fact) and I have three little ones ages 7-11. So this would be perfect.I made so many mistakes in my parenting with the older one and so many struggles.I have been trying to relate to my kids on their level but it just does not come naturally for me.This looks awesome.

Anonymous said...

Sounds neat!
Kelly Erdel

Isabel said...

This looks wonderful and I'd love to do this with my girls. We've been talking about so much lately about this exact topic.