A bright and cheery Monday, everyone! (or a cold and misty one if you're here in San Francisco...)
Ready for this week's Weekly Topic Inspiration topic? Brought to you by Maddie Ruud, it's board games and card games. Ready to have a go at it? Keep your topic tight and focused, like "Card Games for Long Airplane Flights", "Board Games for Kindergarteners", "Card Games for 8 People" and countless other topics like it. Make sure your Hub title is specific and to-the-point.
Participation is easy. All you have to do is follow these directions below.
1) Click here to visit this week's topic. 2) Click the green button "answer this question". 3) Click the gray button below the box (leave that empty) that says "make a Hub about it." 4) Give your Hub a very specific title, like Card Games for Long Airplane Flights or Board Games for Kindergarteners. 5) Create good quality original content that hasn't been covered before. 6) After you publish your Weekly Topic Inspiration Hub, come back to this forum thread and post a link to your Hub with a brief description of what you wrote about and why.
There are many board games on the market, so I thought that a guide would help to choose some good, quality games for your family to enjoy. I've played these games growing up and have also played these with my children. In fact, we're still playing these, and some of them are teens!
Hi- (Yes, Jason--it's why I moved away from SF; born & raised there, got sick of freezing all summer!) ;-)
There is no more "changing theme" graphic to include to identify our hubs for this new name of the thing that used to be a Hub Mob.
Can we copy and use the "weekly topic inspiration" graphic at the top of THIS page, with the thought bubble & the little girl?? That way, any outside traffic would know they were looking at a 'themed' topic.
I wrote my hub for this particular topic of ispiration about Imaginiff... a board/card game for adults and children 12 years and older. However I feel the game is much more entertaining for adult friends.
I just realized that this Hub did not show up as an answer on the question page. I followed all directions, so I'm not sure why it didn't show up. I began working on it last night and I just published it. Could there have been a disconnect somewhere? Oh well. Just wondering.
It appears this bug is affecting quite a few Hubs. However, engineering is trying to hone in on the problem, so it will eventually be fixed. (Feel free to share links here in this forum thread in the meantime, of course)
Practical Mommy, we have crossed paths! I have been working on a hub that includes "apples to apples" for the last couple of days. I did not notice yours, at all. I love that game, and included in my hub on games for increasing vocabulary.
Wrote about the board game, Rich Dad Cashflow for Kids, because it is a fun way to teach complex financial concepts to kids aged 6 to 12. Hub title is Rich Dad Cashflow for Kids: A Fun Board Game About Money. It can be seen at http://hubpages.com/hubtool/edit/2511780
OK. I wrote about The Internet Scrabble Club because I love Scrabble and the ISC really is the best online Scrabble site.....but I am posting the link right next to a warning that forum posts that promote your own Hub will be deleted:(
Don't know if I contact Jason through here about the problem I'm having, or somewhere else. The link from this forum to my hub, Rich Dad Cashflow for Kids: A Fun Board Game About Money http://hubpages.com/hubtool/edit/2511780 goes to an incomplete version of the hub (it's stuck in edit mode and when I click done editing and return to this forum and try to get through again, the same thing happens). Denise Handlon also told me that she couldn't access the my hub through the forum link.
Better late than never, here's my hub for the Board Games & Card Games topic: Playing Card Games for Senior Brain Fitness. Who knew that the seniors at the Senior Center playing their marathon games of Pinochle and Euchre were actually exercising their brains?
Jason, I have written a hub for this topic, by answering the question. However, when I go to the question, my answer is not showing up in the list of answers. Any idea why this may be? Thanks in advance!
As usual I'm late for the last week's inspirational topic. Now I must get busy on the next one. Last week's was on the addictive nature of solitaire, especially Spider Solitaire, love it, hate it but have to keep playing.
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