Chuck E. Cheese’s Maps Out Family Fun Worth
50 Free Tickets With New Scavenger Hunt Activity!
To begin their adventure, kids and families must download and print Chuck E.’s Mouse Hunt worksheet online at Chuck E Cheese.com from any Internet browser. From there, families can visit participating Chuck E. Cheese’s locations where they can work together, divide into teams or compete against each other to find the correct answers for old and new Chuck E. fun facts. Once the questions are completed, parents and kids can take the worksheet to the prize counter and redeem it for 50 free Chuck E. Cheese’s tickets. One free worksheet can be redeemed per child, per day. Offer expires on April 30, 2012.
In addition to encouraging positive team-building skills and goal accomplishment behaviors in kids, like all Chuck E. Cheese’s activities, this experience can provide hours of fun-filled entertainment the whole family can enjoy!
Families can make Chuck E.’s Mouse Hunt adventure even more exciting by turning it into a photo scavenger hunt and taking pictures when answers to Chuck E.’s clues are found. Chuck E. Cheese’s encourages families to share their experiences by emailing pictures or videos to firstname.lastname@example.org where they may turn up on Chuck E.’s Facebook page. Guests can find this activity, as well as other, fun Chuck E. activities, on the Chuck E. Cheese’s website. For even more fun, visit the Chuck E. Cheese’s YouTube channel to watch entertaining videos that feature the famous Chuck E. having fun with kids and families nationwide.
We took Little M out to Chuck E. Cheese for the first time before Little H arrived. We wanted Little M to have some special time before his world completely changed. He has never been there before so it was a real treat.
When we got to Chuck E. Cheese Little M could see inside and was already excited. We also told him that we get to eat pizza before we played the games.
As you can tell he was super excited.
I was thrilled that their pizza has improved with their new recipe. Hubby and I loved the supreme pizza and of course Little M enjoyed the cheese pizza. One large pizza fed all of us and we had some leftovers too.
The first game we played was Skeet Ball. Little M loved it. Actually I am not sure there was a game he didn’t love. After he had used all his tokens he got to play in their play place. It is nice that the play place doesn’t cost tokens and is a good way to end your time at Chuck E. Cheese.
When we were done we counted our tickets and went to pick a prize. One the way over to claim our prize Little M noticed the ticket blaster. We told him that is for birthdays. He then informed us that this is where he wants to have his birthday. He also tries to get us to eat there all the time now!
Many thanks to Chuck E. Cheese for letting us review their restaurant on our blog!
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