36 cards - instructions included
Cards are 3.75" x 4.75"
Winner of the Oppenheim Gold Award
Animal Village: Join the animals in this village as they dance, sing, and play. Recurring characters, locations, and props encourage linking the cards in endless combinations for fresh, new stories every time it's played. Use this beautifully illustrated visual card set by Stephanie Graegin to create your own stories! Can be played individually or in a group, make up your own way to play!
Fairytale Mix-Ups: Lizzy Rockwell's charming fairy tale characters, locations, and iconic objects can be arranged and rearranged to create logical and/or hilarious tales. Kids will build critical thinking skills when they devise a way to incorporate a fire-breathing dragon and a flask of magic potion into their tale of a clever boot-wearing cat.
Volcano Island: Recurring characters, locations, and props encourage linking the cards in endless combinations for fresh, new stories every time it's played. Illustrated by Alex Barrow. Can be played individually or in a group, make up your own way to play!
A Very Busy Day: A bird, a bunny, a bear, and a martian set off on an adventure! What mischief could they possibly get into? Illustrated by uta krogmann.
Back to school: create a story cards are perfect for children going to school for the first time. sweet and gentle illustrations depict experiences such as show-and-tell, naptime, sharing with others, being recognized – some experiences that may be new to first-timers. Illustrated by Kevin Hawkes
Quantum Koalas: create a story cards involve three animals, a dinosaur and a robot – what could possibly happen next? this unlikely quintet is leaping back into prehistoric times and fast-forwarding to a futuristic time. are they time travelers and how could they have possibly met?