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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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In Rivers, Roads & Rails, players build an intricate transportation network for boats, cars and trains.
An ever-changing matching game with beautifully illustrated scenery cards.
Making the Right Connections
Rivers, Roads & Rails helps children practice associative skills for each of the three different transportation modes highlighted in the game - rivers and boats, cars and roads, and trains and tracks - and build an intricate network for each one. Because cards are drawn turn by turn and can be connected in many different ways, every game is different, and the alternative game options give players even more variety. Over time, children will develop strategic gaming techniques for building their networks while enhancing such skills as memory, creativity, imagination, sequencing, turn-taking and patience.
An Ever-Changing Matching Game
Rivers, Roads & Rails is a matching game that provides eye-catching and colorful designs showcasing three different transportation options that have long captivated children and adults. Each game enables players to create transportation routes for boats, cars and trains, consider the needs of each one, discuss the real boats, cars and trains they've seen and apply that knowledge to their own education and improved social interaction.
What's In The Box?
140 illustrated scenery cards, 1 set of instructions.
Each scenery card must connect perfectly to the next to provide the proper pathway for vehicles to travel.
I remember having tons of fun with it, though I never remember playing it as a "game".
Roads, rivers and railroads all begin and end on different cards, so one side of a card may be different from the other.
I highly recommend this game, as it is great for any family and even the adults will have fun with it.
My five year old grandson was very quick to learn how to play. I love games that aren't electronic, that allow children to use their brains and imagination. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Roseann
As with most Ravensburger games and puzzles, this game is beautiful to look at and well thought out. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Izzy
The only issue we have is we never seem to have enough room to play this!
This game is great for our granddaughter. Read more