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Tell a Story


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The Imaginative Memory and Storytelling Game.
In this game, many stories are waiting to be told. Each character has 5 cards that make up a story.

The Sequencing Cards provide 10 simple stories which are easy to sequence for younger children. The games boosts memory as well as early comprehension skills with simple stories that are lots of fun.

Children take turns flipping over the cards within the group. The goal is to find all the same character sequencing cards. At the end, everyone arranges their cards in sequence to then Tell-A-Story.

Sequencing is one of many skills that contributes to children’s ability to comprehend what they read. Sequencing refers to the identification of the components of story, such as the beginning, middle and end. Also the ability to retell the events within a given text in the order in which they occurred. Beginner readers and those that have not had much opportunity to work on their sequencing skills have a tendency to retell a story by starting with the end, since it is the part that they read or heard most recently. Practising sequencing helps remedy these issues and makes this aspect of reading comprehension second nature. If children are encouraged to identify the parts of a story, they will be better able to retell it to someone else, as it is a more manageable task to think of a story in pieces, the beginning, middle and end, rather than try to recall it as one large chunk. These beautiful sequencing cards help children clearly identify what is happening in each part of the sequence.

Children develop skills in: Building memory, storytelling, classification skills to order the events of each scene, retelling an event/story using the picture cards.

The game set includes 10 five-scene picture stories and 10 character picture cards.

Suitable for children aged 4 – 6 years.

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.