If you’ve been treading the career path and are now considering making the change to full-time mum at home, you may be surprised to find life away from the desk is not all playdates and picnics. It can be great, of course; but there’s a few things you need to know before you tender your notice.
There are 3 games to choose from; Monkey Tree Climb, Scooter Challenge, and Apple Dash. Every time you successfully complete one of the games you will be entered into a prize draw to win a fabulous prize including: Trampolines, Go Ape experiences, Micro Scooters and Amazon gift cards (plus lots of others!)
Monkey Tree Climb
Climb the tree as quickly as you can by placing the correct branch into the correct slot –bare careful though, you need to climb 15 branches in 30 seconds to be entered into the prize draw!
For this game, we teamed up with Micro Scooter – all you need to do is collect 10 Sudocrem pots on your micro scooter to win; but be sure to miss the puddles, ice creams and holes or you’ll lose a point and a life!
The last game, Apple Dash, will challenge your timing skills – a naughty gremlin is throwing apples out of a tree and it’s your job to catch them before they hit the ground! Do you think you have what it takes? You’ll need to catch 30 apples before the timer runs out to enter the prize draw!
So what are you waiting for? Go, Play More! Click HERE to play!
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