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eeBoo Create and Tell Me A Story Cards, Mystery in the Forest
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- For ages 3 and up
- 36 cards
- Instructions included
- Cards are 3.75" x 4.75"
- Winner of the Oppenheim Gold Award
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Melissa Sweet has painted scenes and characters full of intrigue and suspense. Storytellers will find plenty of images to develop a mystery and solve it, too. Will they connect the squirrel eavesdropping on chipmunks with the squirrel hiding golden coins under his acorns? Which happened first? Recurring characters, locations and props encourage linking the cards in endless combinations for fresh, new stories every time it's played.
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Top customer reviews
The set contains cards that have some repeating elements. I, along with my 6 year old, immediately went into sorting those items out and trying to link the cards in a logical kind of way. That was when we try to tell stores in turn with free picking of cards - which I thought as the easiest way to introduce the game. There were two problems - first, as some other reviews pointed out, only limited number of "logic" were used, and second, everyone's too busy forming their own stories and weren't listening to each other.
After a few changing courses we were then folding down cards, shuffling them and telling from random order. Almost magical things started to happen. First I learned story can be linked from things that weren't exactly on the picture, then the 4 year old started to introduce funny pieces from her other books and soon we were all laughing and having a great time.
We are not playing this game very frequently but I think it will have a place to stay in the play room or in future trips. I will get more sets as well but seems they've risen in price in December.
They can be related in many different ways, leaving lots or room for kid's imagination to fly, with no right way of doing it.
I love that there are fairies and animals, very nature friendly.