A Beautiful Ecological Card Game for Kids Featuring Rainforest Animals.
Children will develop matching and sorting skills while learning about rainforest animals and deforestation.
For Kids, by Kids. Each card was illustrated by third and fourth grade students. 100% of profits from the game will be donated to their school, Crocker Highlands Elementary School.
How to play:
The dealer shuffles and deals all the cards out as evenly as possible to each person playing the game. (It does not matter if one person has more cards than another.)
Each player will look at his/her cards and place any animal matches that they have on the table in front of them. For example: the ocelot pairs with an ocelot.
The dealer will go first and choose from any of the other players’ hand. If he/she gets a pair, place it on the table. The next player to choose is on the dealer's left. The play order will go in a clockwise order. The game ends when one person is left with only the deforestation card. The winner is the player with the most matches and no deforestation card and loser is the one left with the deforestation card.
Learn more about the game in the second episode of Games in Schools and Libraries Games in Schools and Libraries