Take It From Me: Marvelously Well-Mannered: Kindness Kingdom (Review)

June 19, 2013

Marvelously Well-Mannered: Kindness Kingdom (Review)

As parents I feel like we are constantly striving to raise the most well mannered kids on the planet! But... as we are bombarded by the media, displaying rude and offensive behavior, sometimes it can get a little frustrating.
"Kindness Kingdom is a fun new board game that helps kids learn good manners in a neat way. Jessica Marventano, who is certified to teach manners and universal rules of etiquette to young children and teens by the International School of Protocol, came up with the idea for Kindness Kingdom. It is the first board game from parent company Marvelously Well-Mannered and is made in the USA."


We received Kindness Kingdom and have had a lot of fun playing it! The purpose of the game is to be the first to collect all the 8 neighborhood charms and the key to the Golden Gate of the Golden Rule and arrive at the tea party. The game is very colorful and charming, perfect for any little girl wanting to have a fun tea party while learning how to be more thoughtful.
As you move through the board with the R.S.V.P cards shown above by the board,  you'll stop at the neighborhoods and answer questions about everyday manners. Each time you get the answer correct you collect a cute charm for your bracelet. I think this is such a cute idea, my girls love it!
I think this is a very neat game, especially when there is such a need for it. I am constantly explaining to my children the importance of having good manners. I try my best to be a good example to my kids, but I have even found myself taking note on some of the questions during the game! So much fun!

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A big THANK YOU to Kindness Kingdom and KidsStuff for providing me with this game to review. I was not compensated for this review. I receive product(s) for free so that I can provide my insight and experience. These are my honest opinions. Your experience may vary.


  1. I agree with you, its so hard to raise well-mannered kids sometimes. i try to remember that its a good teaching tool - just because someone else is doing it that way doesn't mean we should. But i know I'm doing well when people compliment me on the fact that my six year old holds the door open for people.

    thanks for this!

  2. Rhe Christine, thanks for your comment! The fact that your six year old knows it's polite to hold the door open for people means you are doing a great job!

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