3 years & up. Introduce conservation practices to your children with this descriptive Recycling Zone Learn What Materials Can Be Recycled. This poster promotes environmental awareness, community, and earth conscientiousness. Children will learn what common materials from their home can be recycled. For an after lesson game, divide your class into four teams, and have them discuss what should be recycled. Afterwards, have them place the tiles under the correct zone. Includes one large board and 20 tiles.
3 years & up. The baby chicks have flown the coop®! All players work together to help Mother Hen collect her chicks and bring them back to the coop® before Mother Hen gets to the last space on the board. With cooperative games, the stress of losing goes away because players are playing as a team against a common obstacle and not against each other. Count Your Chickens™ eliminates stress, empowers young learners, and teaches kids that playing together can be fun!
4 years & up. The object of the game is move all of the owls to the nest before the sun rises. Players take turns, but work together. Because Hoot Owl Hoot! is a cooperative game, players play any of the owls -- no one player has a single owl they are trying to get back to the nest. The basic game is easy enough for first time game players and can be made infinitely more challenging simply by adding more owl tokens into the game.
5 years & up. From the classic tale of cooperation comes this simple game where players work together to "cook" a soup by making matches of ingredients. Match all of the ingredients before the fire under the kettle goes out and everyone wins! Unlike most memory matching games, Stone Soup encourages kids to help each other find the matches. In this way, kids work together, they help each other, and they practice just what the Stone Soup story is all about -- cooperation!