A true testament to the extreme popularity of the Angry Birds app, this offline version of the game allows kids to build the sets according to directions on cards and then launch birds into the air. Just like in the mobile game, the winner tries to knock out all of the pigs -- but here there is an added bonus: a little less screen time for your little one.
In these fulfilling and high-paying professions, you can make time to catch your kid's ball game too.
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