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Learn To Play - Tabletop (Board Game)

by b1sh0p Sep 17, 2017
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Thanks for the nice design !

Printed at 80% for lower footprint and printing time.

The original rules is still a bit difficult for my two and half daughter but I made a variant with a simple one or two dots dice. The Calicat go forward 1 or two square (say the dice), if it end on an obstacle, it goes to the previous tile.
That way, she like moving the cat on the path.

But the thing she prefers is to disassemble (and sometimes assemble) the path itself (nice fittings by the way) :-D

I shall publish soon a little bonus.

Thanks again !

This is great to hear, thanks for posting your make and comments. I look forward to your publish.

My son also had difficulty with the rules as written and he just turned 4. So we started with just a winding path and no obstacles at all. Simply moving from start to finish by rolling dice was challenging for him. I see you put a nice treasure chest at the end of your board. I also found that putting a reward at the end, like a treasure chest, or pumpkins, provided more incentive to reach the finish line.

The Calicat's look like pretty good game pieces to me. Have fun!

Thanks for your reply. :)

We went to a board game festival this weekend and my daughter really enjoyed playing Hannah Honeybee. The idea was rolling a color dice, then choosing a flower of the same color, then slide it inside a slot I the box that made the token flip and reveal the honey drop side.

Probably too young for your boy but a really nice material and idea.

My point is that perhaps for younger ones maybe a color associating skill would be more appropriate/easy than (simple) math.

I have seen somewhere a color track and a color dice where the player move the avatar to the next same colored tile (whatever the distance).

Maybe something to try for our next designs :)

Kind regards,

That's a good idea. My son has autism and has been obsessed with numbers and math since he was 1, but he also really enjoys colors and puzzles. He completes floor puzzles by matching up colors and shapes of individual pieces, so I do think he would enjoy a color matching game.

The format of this bee game is also pretty interesting. Transforming the flowers into honey seems like a really fun way to keep the child engaged. Thanks for sharing!

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