The perfect Christmas gift for the family living in 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., is here, it would help ensure Barack Obama understands the limits of his office, and is the ultimate present to go under your tree, too.

It’s for the whole family and imparts details about the U.S. Constitution in a way that is both fun and engaging for families.

It’s also the game to teach your children and family powerful constitutional literacy, and lets them uncover the reasons why critics charge many of Obama’s actions are classified as “Impeachable Offenses.”

Produced by Cognitive Square, Inc., The Constitution Quest is an interactive board game challenging players with questions about the United States Constitution, the history behind it, and the rules that guide our system of government.

Available at the WND Superstore , The Constitution Quest is a welcome departure from other board games.

From those with limited knowledge of the United States Constitution to those who believe they have an advanced insight into the rules that hold accountable our government and elected officials, all will find Constitution Quest a powerful and addictive game that enhances an understanding of three branches of government, the Bill of Rights, and the Amendments of the U.S. Constitution.

Media personality and New York Times bestselling author Glenn Beck praised the game, as he said it’s the perfect game for holiday gatherings, especially Independence Day. He said, “celebrate America’s independence with your family, play Constitution Quest. Restore the real meaning of July 4th.”

The Constitution Quest game was created in July 2010 by a family of entrepreneurs who believed that it was vital the American people increase their constitutional literacy: “We, the People, need to read the Constitution and know what it says, in order to ensure the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our children. We wanted to dismiss the notion that the U.S. Constitution is a dusty, old document that is no longer relevant. It is, in fact, urgently and palpably relevant.”

Several satisfied customers of the game have noted its educational benefits and one in particular noted how the game helped with her high school government class.

Family board game night, a cherished tradition for many across the United States, can become both an educational and fun experience with Constitution Quest.

“As a family, there’s so much more that I can learn. As a homeschooling mom, I highly recommend it,” said Lydia Yoder, a mother of two. “My family enjoyed the spirited competition, but my husband and I both enjoyed the fact our children were getting a lesson in civics while they played.”

Her husband, Kevin, said, “As a family, we love playing board games together. It’s a well-designed game, simple, easy to learn to the rules. It’s a well-rounded, educational game.”

“I’d recommend this game to parents hoping to help educate their children about the role of government and the importance of understanding the various checks and balances between the branches of government and to those who desire becoming more informed citizens when it comes to their knowledge of our American history,” he said.

Alexis Yoder, one of the Yoders’ homeschooled children, said, “The difference between Constitution Quest and other educational games is that it’s not boring. It’s long enough to challenging, but short enough to be interesting.”

Designed for 2-4 individuals or teams, Constitution Quest has simple directions and can easily be played in less than an hour. The more you play, the more you learn.

Included with the game are complimentary copies of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence, as well as 223 game cards filled with constitutional information including: three branches of government, powers granted and denied, checks and balances, laws from the Articles, the Bill of Rights and other Amendments, historical facts and dates, and more.

Praise for Constitution Quest has come from diverse places:

Mike Holler, author of “The Constitution Made Easy,” said, “The Constitution Quest is a fun way for adults and families to learn important facts about the Constitution, our form of limited government, and the unalienable rights we enjoy as citizens. My family plays it regularly and my children have learned more by playing it than by all of my lectures and writings. It is a double blessing to enjoy family time and engage the children on a subject so vital to their future happiness. Two thumbs way, way up!”

Lori Arnold of the Christian Examiner said, “The original market for the game was homeschool families looking for ways to incorporate civics into their lessons. Since then other markets have emerged, including grandparents, numerous chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution and immigrants preparing to take their citizenship exam. Three presidential libraries … carry the game in their stores.”

Constitution Quest is available at the WND Superstore for $49.95

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