- ALL can play. The youngest ones may need help loading guns or even pulling the trigger, but it's worth it.
- Darts will be lost. When it's a whole-house battle, be prepared to lose a few darts. Be sure to check your garbage disposal before turning it on! Other lost darts may be found in a month...or a year.
- Everyone helps. When someone needs a little help, whoever is closest helps. Even when we're playing on teams.
- Foot gear is important. I may love my slippers, but battle is not the time for shoes or slippers!
- Trade weapons. Trading weapons helps you appreciate the skill needed (and often acquired). The bow is much harder than my gun. Some guns have to be reloaded frequently.
- Form a team. Or not. We play it both ways.
Be sure to check out how the kids have enjoyed indoor NERF target practice, too.
Curious about our weapons? Our weapons are as follows. I know Brother is ready for a bigger gun. Big Sister loves her bow, but would like the ease of a gun, too. (These are Amazon affiliate links.)
Mom- Nerf N-Strike Elite: Strongarm Blaster (6 darts)
Big Sister, age 9- Nerf Rebelle Phoenix Design Heartbreaker Bow Set (5 darts)
Brother, age 7- Nerf N-Strike Elite Triad EX-3 Blaster (3 darts)
Little Sister, age 4- Nerf N-Strike Elite Triad EX-3 Blaster (3 darts)
Enjoy some family battle!
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