The Storymatic for Kids
Six gazillion stories in one little box. Which one will you tell?
“Perfect for a group of mixed ages, language ability, ethnic backgrounds, cultures. Everyone jumpa into the game and makes friends. When we first saw it happen, we thought, the language teaching world needs this!
” – Pro Lingua
Six trillion stories in one little box. Which one will you tell?
Storymatic Kids - $30.00
Ages 5 and up
The Storymatic For Kids
“We gave this to our 8-year-old nephew. Everyone joined the game – three generations – wit, laughter, and magic" – Pro Lingua.
Take a card of each color and tell the story they inspire you to tell. Take more than one card. Read the cards in English and tell your story in any language you speak or are learning. It is magical.
No wires. No screens. No batteries. Just pick a few cards and let them lead you into a story. How you tell it is up to you. Write it, draw it, sing it! Play by yourself or in groups. Perfect for early writers, parents who need some fresh bedtime stories, teachers who want to nurture creativity, and grandparents who want to play with the kids.
- 360 cards = gazillions of stories (includes 20 blanks so you can invent your own prompts)
- Content is appropriate for children and anyone who's a kid at heart.
- Perfect for a group of mixed ages, language ability, ethnic backgrounds, cultures.
- Comes with a booklet filled with prompts, games, and suggestions.
- Light and portable with a vintage design.
- Wild cards prompt you to go in all kinds of fun ways.
- Cards have rounded edges-- easy for small hands to hold, fun to “build” stories.
- Made in U.S.A.
May your Storymatic Kids bring you countless hours of fun and inspiration!
“Perfect for the J.K. Rowling-to-be in your life.” – MidWest Living
“Such a great choice for improving storytelling skills.” – Forbes
“These 360 cards can take you in an endless number of directions.” – TIME for Kids
“Inspire young bards with fun creative-writing prompts. Will your next protagonist be a jump-rope champion or the tooth fairy’s sibling? Pick a card and find out!” – Scholastic