Tell a Story Language Game

Item number   w-rv-22054
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  • 4 years +
    With the Tell a Story language development game you can arrange your five colorful cards in any order you want to tell your own story.

  • Develops skills: imagination, creativity, logical thinking, communication and language

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Product Description

Let's get ready to create our very own stories! The new edition of the bestselling Ravensburger's Tell a Story Language Game is sure to be a fun time for all children. Each player of this learning game uses his or her own memory skills to collect all five story cards about a particular character. After that, the story you discover is up to your own imagination! With the Tell a Story Language Game you can arrange your five colorful and durable cards in any order you want to tell your own story. Did the ringmaster wake up the lion at the circus? Or maybe he actually lulled the excited lion to sleep! The sequence of the story is entirely up to the player. Your child will love playing this quality game from Educational Toys Planet produced by the famed Ravensburger, German toy company. An enjoyable way to make learning language arts and early vocabulary fun! Tell a Story game features 50 story cards, 10 character cards, and instructions. The playing time for Tell a Story Language Game is about 15 minutes.

Product Details

  • SKU: w-rv-22054
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 years
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  • Quantity available in stock:  0
  • UPC:  4005556220540
  • Dimensions of package:  9" x 13.1" x 2.1
  • Country of manufacture:  Czech Republic
  • Manufacturer part number:  dsc-w-rv-22054
  • Packaged product weight:  1.23 lb
  • Positive Ratings: 87%
  • Total Reviews: 12
  • WARNING! CHOKING HAZARD. Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Reviews of Tell a Story Language Game

  1. by Ruth, MI

    Easy to use, colorful, helps with verbal communication
  2. by Tonya, NJ

  3. by Rachael, AR

  4. by Denis, ME

  5. by Irina Z., PA

    My children love this game. It's a great educational activity and fun to play. We make up stories with the cards. Every time these stories are different, because kids mix and match the cards, and use their imagination.
  6. by Marc & Laura, MO

  7. by marla, PA

    this is a great idea, with the ability to move around the sequence of the stories without much difficulty.
  8. by rachelle, GA

  9. by Dalida, MI

  10. by Elvira, CA

  11. by NATALIE, KY

  12. by francoise, NM

    My grandson is bright and articulate(of course!)and didn't seem to get the concept of playing this game. I think the figures represented on the cards are very juvenile, compared to the skills needed to play such a seemed more geared to little girls )ballerina, female doctor , other figures are not apparently of certain professions.