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Mrs Wordsmith | Storyteller's Card Game | Vocabulary and Storytelling Card Game for Kids | Ideal for KS2 Ages 7+ | Educational Game

4.2 out of 5 stars 26 ratings

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Age range (description) Adult
Number of players 2+
Brand Mrs Wordsmith
Material Cardstock
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  • A hilariously fun and effective card game to boost vocabulary and develop storytelling skills
  • Endlessly replayable - Kids (and grown-ups) won’t want to stop playing!
  • Cards feature vibrant, high quality illustrations, child-friendly definitions, and three word pairs
  • 200 story cards, and 300 word cards curated into six themes - Character, Settings, Taste and Smell, Action, Emotion, and Weather
  • Developed with teachers and childhood literacy experts to ensure vocabulary sticks, and aligned to national curriculum
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