Nylah Nailed recently hosted a St. George’s Scavenger Hunt for children. It is intended to help children discover new ways to learn about the history of St. George’s and Bermuda in a fun and informative way.
A spokesperson said, “Kiara Somner and Nylah have come a long way since their YouTube videos. A business that sells many other educational toys online.Initially, they planned to focus on creating and expanding their inventory, but she said that would still be done. Looking at the needs of the community, we decided to pursue new ideas first.
“Recently, Nylah Nailed hosted a St. George’s Scavenger Hunt for children. The goal was to help children discover new ways to learn about the history of St. George’s and Bermuda in a fun and informative way. “
Somner says: For them, it’s all laughter, fun, and games. ” She added that she knew she had to spoof her history class. When asked how the idea came about, she explained. I want to tell you, Nylah is her generator of ideas. I simply run I often joke that I am her employee. ”
A spokesperson said: Without hesitation, the sponsors liked the idea and pledged their sponsorship. Sponsors of the scavenger hunt were Pedego Electric Bikes Bermuda, Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio, Yo Cherry, Strykz Bowling Lounge, Xtreme Sports Fun Zone, Gold Point Archery, Double Dip Express, Royalty Bermuda, and he was BGA. Somner said the scavenger hunt wouldn’t be what it is without these sponsors.
Sir Summers Seekers’ Cameron Kamara said the winning team was:[The scavenger hunt] It was lovely and fun! Lord Somers Seekers won because we may not have been the fastest. But going slow and steady always wins the race. He was talking about how awards are awarded based on the accuracy and time it takes the team to complete the hunt.
A spokesperson said, “More than 20 teams of three to four teams competed for prizes at the event. Somner teamed up with Nylah Nailed to celebrate his 10th birthday. She said she was thrilled when a group contacted her about wanting to see her.She said she was honored and willing to meet the request.The team wore custom-designed shirts and color-coordinated outfits. “It was a very beautiful sight,” said Somner.
“The scavenger hunt team was given a box with everything they needed to complete the hunt. When asked about the scavenger hunt, Nylah said, “But I couldn’t [the hunt] Because I knew the answer. ’ Instructions were given to the team. And armed with gadgets and clues, the team navigated the Old Town in search of answers. St. George’s square was filled with children examining and entering buildings they would otherwise not be able to enter. They were able to learn Bermuda’s history through smiles, laughter, and play. Somner said one museum was opened specifically for the event, but couldn’t be named because it would give clues.
“Nylah Nailed’s mission is to make learning fun for kids and families. This business is passionate about creating experiences that promote education about our island. Events like this builds community, brings togetherness and national pride.Feedback has been positive.Sophia Smethurst, parent of Sir Somers Seekers, said,“Great fun for parents and children alike. It was well structured with just the right amount of difficulty to not only keep the kids entertained, but also keep them thinking and learning. He informed us that he was ready to sign up for Hunt and had already started thinking about what the team name and outfit would be.
“Nylah hits the mark again! If you want to find out what she’s up to next, visit her website www.nylahnailedit.com and subscribe to our mailing list to stay up to date. They We hope that the next scavenger hunt will be another great success.
“For more information, please visit www.nylahnailedit.com email firstname.lastname@example.org or check us out on Facebook and Instagram.”
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