Flip-A-Longs Knights
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Flip-A-Longs Knights

Knights of the Long Table

Have a seat at the royal table!

You're in good company for stately learning fun!

The table is set. The guests have been invited. And your child will experience the magic of adventure, the reward of keen memory, and critical thinking that's truly upper class.

Little kids are mesmerised in creating the table scene for the banquet. Accompanied by knights in shining armour, flying fairies, sparkling unicorns, fair maidens and jovial jesters.

Knights of the Long Table is a grand invitation to playful interaction and meaningful learning!

Flip the cards, identify a match - and add surprising dinner guests to make your regal table the longest!

All the while, kids are:

  • Thinking critically... "Four blue knights? Wait a minute, two have shields."

  • Recalling locations... "Were the court musicians over here, or over there?"

  • Matching colours..."The green dragon piece must fit with the green piece."

  • Using imagination... "What are the wizards going to do with the frog?"

  • Advancing vocabulary... "Dad, what's a silversmith?"

  • Chuckling out loud... "Those silly squirrels -throwing fruit on the table!"

The best games for little kids are simple to play and offer impressive learning, The Knights of the Long Table Flip-A-Longs game is a banquet of clever thinking fun!

Flip-A-Longs, Knights of the Long Table.

  • •A memory and matching game for higher level critical thinking

  • •Promotes visual skills, imagination, counting and advanced vocabulary

  • •Flip the cards, find the castle characters, seat the most guests at the table to win!

  • •Ideal for children to play independently, with friends, with family

  • •30 royal character cards, 4 king cards, 4 queen cards

  • •Complete instructions included

  • •Fun, silly illustrations

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