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eeBoo Create and Tell Me A Story Cards, Fairy Tale Mix-Up
- Low Return Rate: 58% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 95% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "tell me a story"
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- Pre-reading activity for the young children and adults.
- Features familiar fairytale characters and props
- Instructions included for games and activities
- Recommended for children ages 3 and up
- Includes" cards and Sliding tray box for easy storag
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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.
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You can make the cards come in a particular order to make the story more coherent, but we like it wild. We love to see what "happens" in her story when she gets them out of order: princess, donkey, and then the message in a bottle, and a cat...
This game really helped him out. It's just cards, but it's a great guide to story telling. At first, he was hesitant to play. But the illustrations on the cards made it easy for him to add at least one sentence to the story we were creating using the cards. And now? Well, he just told me about how the witch stole the frog in the bag and the fairy appeared and battled the witch until she was trapped into a bottle and the frog was freed to turn into the magic king again. :) I say that's a darn good improvement.
This is a fun toy for adults to interact with kids as well.