Stories of The Three Coins
In the land of Storia, a Traveler is in search of a happy ending – and you get to imagine how they get there! The players choose a card to be the Traveler, and the first player begins the story. As they tell the story, the first player flips over three cards and use the three magic coins to mark which card they think should be in the story next – so only they can see. The other players guess which card they think the storyteller chose. A wrong guess means the inkwell marker goes down a notch. As a team, try to tell the tale before the inkwell runs dry! As each player imagines their part of the story, they roll the booster dice to add exciting elements that they must work into the tale. Have fun, use your imagination and work together to reach a happy ending before the inkwell runs out of ink. It’s a cooperative game that fans of fantasy, creative or role-playing games will love playing with friends and family.• Use three Magic Coins to guide your traveler through an adventurous tale that you tell together!• Cooperative games empower young learners to learn teamwork and basic game play• Kids practice communication, group strategy, creativity and storytelling• Play again and again…and again! It’s a different story every time!• Fun for groups of mixed ages• Use in the classroom for lessons on cooperation and story structure• Includes 1 game board, 72 story cards, 1 inkwell tracker, 5 story booster dice, 3 magic coins, 1 traveler card stand and instructions
Warning: Choking Hazard
Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
Good Housekeeping Best Board Games Award
Since 1900, the Good Housekeeping Institute has been testing the latest products for the home, health, beauty, clothing and more. This fun and engaging game for the whole family came out ahead of it's competition.
Established by respected speech and language expert Sherry Artemenko, the PAL Award recognizes exceptional toys, games and books that, through their design, content, quality, and character, promote play that advances language. PAL winners in the hands of kids spark fun and creative play with lots of talk!