Brand: The Creativity Hub
Product Code: TCHRSC1IN01
Availability:Ended
Rs.499.00

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Rory's Story Cubes - The Creativity Hub - Story Dice Creative Kids Toy puts your creativity in the limelight as you spin a story completely from scratch! One of the most novel toys for creativity out there, Rory's Story Cubes will ensure you're never at a loss for a cool new story idea. Spin the dice and make a story that could be touching, outlandish, or downright funny! Great for kids as a language learning toy that encourages creative storytelling, Rory's Story Cubes are sure to be a hit at family gatherings, picnics, or even at parties with friends! Good for boys and girls of ages 6 and above, Rory's Story Cubes can be used in groups of any number with each participant spinning their own story. They serve as excellent toys to promote language development in little kids learning to construct larger sentences and write stories. Their charm, novelty, and potential to induce fits of laughter mean that the appeal of Rory's Story Cubes transcend age boundaries and make for awesome fun whether you're 6 or 60!

The best part about playing Rory's Story Cubes? There are no rules! All you have to do is throw the cubes (there are 9 of them in all) and use whatever pictures turn up to spin a story of your own design! All that's in the way is your ability to stretch your mind, so get cracking and make up your own story! So go ahead and tell the tale of your sheep on the moon who was attacked by a dinky car driven by a sparrow with a pink phone.... Sure to be a hit with your kids, Rory's Story Cubes are here to stay as a creative children's toy with lasting appeal!

Age: 6 years

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Designed In Northern Ireland
EAN 91037567901
Additional Information
Number of Players 1 or more player
Learning Value Analytical Thinking,Communication,Creativity,Imagination,Language skills,Visual Thinking

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