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Review: Story Volcano Island

This is such a great way to get your kiddos story telling abilities up. Story Volcano Island has a bunch of cards with colorful pictures. There is a card that has instructions for different ages on games you can play. We play by taking turns picking a card from the pile and making up a part of the story.


So far, our daughter just explains what is happening on the card but her vocabulary and story telling skills have increased. She’s able to remember the whole story from start to finish which I think is remarkable. What is really great is that she loves the game. It’s easy to play and the story is always different because you never know what card you’re going to get. 


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  1. I SO wish that my boys were into things like this. It looks very interesting.

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