New Genealogical Card Game for Children “Six Generations”
ANCHORAGE, Alaska, September 20, 2006
Alaskan inventor Ted Soloview discovered a simple way to increase fertility rates of future parents, now 5-12 year-old children, by pointing their interest to genealogy and saving their dynasty from extinction.
CONTACT: Ted Soloview,
Playing Cards Can Lead to Reproduction
by Chris Dunham, The Genealogue Blogspot
Here's another reason to buy Ted Soloview's Six Generations card game: it could save your family from extinction.
Thanks to everybody for the forthcoming reviews and discussions.
New genealogical card game for children “Six Generations” by Alaskan inventor Ted Soloview can spark population growth in U.S.A., Canada, Europe and Russia.
Six Generations, the card game that teaches children to procreate, in order to preserve their family heritage by Yehuda's Jergames Blogspot.
One of his points with the cards is to remove the aspect of royalty from the suits, so that all the cards, including the often ignored 2's through 10's, get treated with the respect they deserve.
New Card Game, Six Generations, Could Save Your Family Dynasty
Large German-Ukrainian family in 1902.