Thats My Story

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4
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That's MY Story Storytelling Game    

      

Let your imagination run wild with this magical set of story cards that can be adapted to children of various ages and literacy levels.

That's My Story cards encourage early literacy, vocabulary and comprehension skills, while enhancing creativity and imagination... and they are not just for kids!

The portable set of cards is contained in a neat little tin with a set of instructions, making it an ideal companion for long plane or car trips, but also an engaging alternative to a bed-time story.

The cards are divided into several different colour categories with an identifying word printed on the back.

The Story Starter card contains a number of lines to start your story (like, ‘A long time ago...' or, ‘It was a beautiful summer's day...'); or you can make up one of your own.

Then there are 16 red character cards (the object of the story), 14 green setting cards (why is the character there?), 14 yellow wild cards (an unexpected twist in the story), and a blue story closer to reach an ending. Younger children (aged 3-4) will love Mum or Dad to do the storytelling and can gradually start to create their own short tales, while older children (5 ) will enjoy telling tall tales of tell their own. Kids can develop multiple variations of the game depending on the level of complexity and number of players.

Age guide: from 3 years.   

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leighan.owen's picture
Review Rating: 
4
Your rating: 4
Pros: 
A great toy which is so easy to pop in your handbag / nappy bag. My daughter enjoyed playing with a friend telling each other different stories. The cute little tin is great too.
Cons: 
Be careful with them on the plane as they can drop easily...I found playing it together with my daughter the best way on the plane to minimise the cards from dropping.
Overrall: 
Love them, a great way to entertain without using electronic devices!
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