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You can play on your own or with another person. Either way, what starts as a game about organising things soon turns into a challenge of categorisation. You need to decide, for example, whether the gloves go with the winter things like snowflakes and sledges, or with the clothing items.
The simplicity slowly gives way to more and more items to organise and you are forced to make compromises in your groupings. With another person you have to talk to each other to decide which items go where, and agree on your joint approach so you can find things when you need them.
You can play this game in the following styles:
7+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Beginner players can get help from more experienced partners. Because you can't fail, very young participants aren't under pressure. Also, the simple shapes make this appealing.
Our Game Pathways reveal how 10-year-olds play this game:
- 10-year-old: Cooperative Categorisation
Although there is an element of pressure in delivering the items to customers. There is no penalty for failure and the stock take levels give you time to get organised.
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