My Parents Might Be Martians
My Parents Might Be Martians
My Parents Might Be Martians
My Parents Might Be Martians
My Parents Might Be Martians
My Parents Might Be Martians
My Parents Might Be Martians

My Parents Might Be Martians
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A guessing game where the grown-ups talk like aliens and the kids have to translate! (and secretly…learn a little bit about teamwork)
Rated 4.4 out of 5
Based on 20 reviews
Sale price$14.99 USD
AGE 4+
2+
10 min
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The kids are Human, the grown-ups are Martians, and everyone’s laughing!

The goal is for the Martians to get their Human friends to guess a word by only using clues with single-syllable words. The Humans have to work together to make sense of your silly speech before the timer runs out. This game is an out-of-this-world way to improve your little ones’ teamwork and language skills.

Perfect for small family game nights or breaking the ice at big gatherings. 

My Parents Might Be Martians Encourages:

  • Language skills
  • Creativity
  • Teamwork
  • Family bonding

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average rating 4.4 out of 5
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Reviewed by JASPER C.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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5 stars on presentation alone

Really excited to have the kiddo open this up in a few weeks. Can’t wait to stop playing candy land 😂

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Reviewed by Cheryl
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I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
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Fun "guessing" game for kids!

This is a fun "guessing" game for kids, including young kids! My 4 year old loved that she was able to guess the words on the card all by herself! The words on the cards are simple enough for young and older kids to be able to guess, and there aren't many instructions or wait-your-turn time, so there's minimal frustrations. While there isn't much strategy to the game, the kids are using their thinking skills!

Also, I just want to note that we, the adults, found the 1-syllable word rule to be very difficult, slowed down the game, and made us very tired adults have to think way too much! Also, my 4 year old didn't understand the connection with parents being martians. She thought we sounded more like a robot, and kept asking when were we going to act like martians. So, we dropped that rule, which sped up the game and made it much more fun.

Lastly, we didn't understand the purpose of the megaphone, other than it just being a gimmick, as it has nothing to do with martians. My kid liked playing with it (gimmick), but it's made of paper, so I don't expect it to last very long.

Overall, it's a fun, quick game to get the kids thinking and being proud of themselves.

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Reviewed by Katherine B.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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A delightfully hilarious game!

My kids love this game! They get to watch their adults compete over them, and act silly. It's been great for expanding my 5 year old's guessing skills and getting her to practice figuring out how many syllables a word has (she lets us know if a word has too many now as well), all while giggling madly.

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Reviewed by Sean B.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Hilarious

Kids started laughing from the moment we explained the rules.

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Reviewed by Summer
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Fun for Adults and Kids!

My family loved this game! It was easy enough that 5-year-old could play and contribute to the team and not just sit there while his older brother and sister gave all the answers. Sticking to the one-syllable rule was still challenging for my husband and me; we got too much joy in calling each other out if we messed up. There was a lot of laughter throughout the game and it isn't something that is painful to play over and over with our kids like a lot of other games for their age. I also loved that my kids were on a team and working together and all won. It really is a win-win-win game.

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