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BrainBox People at Work

BrainBox People at Work

£11.99

What would you like to be when you grow up? This brilliant BrainBox introduces young children to a whole range of exciting possibilities, from an actor to an astronaut, a dancer to a designer, a firefighter to a footballer. The world of work has never been such fun!

The object of the game is to study a card for 10 seconds and then answer a question based on the roll of a die. If the question is answered correctly, the card is kept, and the person with the most cards after 5 or 10 minutes is the winner.

Made from a minimum of 70% recycled material, the BrainBox range is fabulous fun.

Fun and easy way to learn about different jobs people do
Great cross-generational family game
Improves reading, observation, memory and recall abilities
Quick and easy to understand and learn; great for all young children
Developed by an experienced primary school teacher
Suitable for children aged 4+
Simple to play by yourself or with as many players as desired
Made from at least 70% recycled material and designed in the UK
Can be played for 10 minutes or can play through the entire deck



Contents: 55 BrainBox cards, 1 rules card, 1 sand timer, 1 die

Age: 4

Number of players: 1

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