Storyteller s Card Game

The Master Storyteller decides which word card is the best - whether it's the funniest, scariest, or simply the most disgusting. Whoever put down the winning card gets to keep the story card.

Storyteller s Card Game

Author: Mrs Wordsmith

Publisher: Mrs Wordsmith Incorporated

ISBN: 1913235149

Page: 502

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Do you have the words to describe getting stuck in the fridge? An attention-seeking unicorn? A dangerously spicy sauce? Boost kids’ creative writing vocabulary with our hilarious new Storyteller’s Card Game! Our Storyteller's Card Game teaches kids rich, descriptive vocabulary to help them write brilliant stories. -Enjoyed by the whole family -300 word cards, hilariously illustrated by our team of Hollywood artists -200 story prompts to fire kids’ imaginations -Developed with childhood literacy experts -Guaranteed to make the whole family explode with laughter. May the best storyteller win! Playing Storyteller’s Card Game is simple: players take turns to be the Master Storyteller. The Master Storyteller takes a Words For… card and reads it aloud. The other players each pick the word card in their hand that they think best fits the scenario. The Master Storyteller decides which word card is the best - whether it's the funniest, scariest, or simply the most disgusting. Whoever put down the winning card gets to keep the story card. The first person to collect five story cards wins! What are Storytelling Words? The words in this game were chosen to help children write brilliant stories, excel at school and in life. Storyteller’s Card Game features 300 storytelling words, carefully curated into six themes - Character, Settings, Taste and Smell, Action, Emotion, and Weather. It was developed with childhood literacy experts and with word selection informed by cutting-edge machine learning.

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