A series of board and card games to teach children about the endangerment of rivers while having fun.
1. The Puzzle
The puzzle allows the child to build the image of a clean river on top of a polluted one: this presents the fun challenge of discovering the differences while also teaching about keeping our surroundings clean and beautiful.
2. Chutes and Ladders
A simpler version of the game Chutes and Ladders ( also known as “Game of the Goose” – Gioco dell’Oca in Italian) where the goal is to get to the end of the river. The player role-plays as an animal, each with its weaknesses due to climate change and pollution. The child, therefore, learns through the game the dangers nature faces because of mankind.
3. The Card Game
The card game is inspired by classics like Uno and Exploding Kittens and follows the fight for the survival of the river fauna. Each player has cards depicting animals, the disasters they’re running away from, and change of season cards.
The goal is to get all the animals in one player’s hand to save them (and win!)
Disasters Cards: divided in hot season and cold season phenomena
Seasons and reverse cards: