Colours of India Family Snap Card Game
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Ah! This one is so much fun! It's a fun game for the whole family.
Delight in the vibrant colours of India as you shout "SNAP" in this fun, loud, fast paced game for the whole family. Deal the 60 cards equally & take turns to place cards open down in the centre. Remember, don't look at your cards until you put them down.
Be the first to shout "SNAP!" when any player places a matching card on the top of the pile and collect the whole pile. First one to collect all cards wins! This is loud and fun and noisy! Yay! Best way to liven up a dinner party.
What does it look like?
It's really cute. A small, compact box opens up measuring 4 inches by 6 inches to reveal 60 cards with 10 images repeated 6 times. The cards are similar to regular playing cards. Put all the cards back once done and store it away , it will literally fit anywhere! Great for travel too.
Best way to enjoy?
- Enhance the Colours of India experience by pairing it with the lovely Colours of India Story Book for an imaginative story time session. Make playtime and bedtime a little more Indian!
3 to 4 years is a great age to start. You will see their social skills, communication skills, Indian imagery recognition go up in no time. But it really is for the whole family! It's a great way to bond and connect.
Recycled paper and cardboard, printed with soy ink safe for little hands
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ABOUT THE BRAND
The Nestery presents Indigrow, a Singapore-based company is a first of its kind, early-learning platform for cultural education where we help parents and children navigate an increasingly diverse world. Their multicultural books and games inspired by different cultures aim to break down culture through play and conversations for little global citizens across the world. The India series of books, games, songs and stories are designed to complement each other, taking little ones on a magical journey through the delightful, everyday elements that make up the diverse India that we know and love, sparking a little one’s imagination and encouraging their natural curiosity about the world they live in.