Bees, Trees, Seas, and MePetit Collage
From the tallest tree to the deepest sea, planet earth is full of life - including you and me!
This cooperative game about our changing world encourages players to work together to create healthy habitats. Spin the spinner to draw a card and return the animals to their happy homes. But watch out for that thermometer, because if it gets too hot, you'll have to begin again!
As you play, you'll learn about some of the environmental dangers our planet faces and what you can do to make a difference.
When all the habitats are restored and full of life, everyone wins!
Perfect for families, school groups, and aspiring naturalists, it's suitable for ages 4–8, 2–4 players, has an average 15-minute gameplay, and includes English/Dutch/French/German/Italian/Spanish instructions.
Made using 50% recycled materials and printed on FSC paper with vegetable inks.
HOW TO PLAY/AIM OF THE GAME:
This cooperative game about our changing world encourages players to work together to create healthy habitats. As you play, use the Danger and Reward card guide to learn about some of the environmental dangers our planet faces and what you can do to make a difference.
To get started, shuffle each habitat deck and place them in separate piles nearby, alongside the spinner and sliding thermometer. The youngest player spins first.
If the arrow lands on a color, then pick a card of that habitat. If it's an Animal card, then place it on the matching square on the gameboard; if it's a Danger card, then place it on the blank square on the gameboard. If the arrow lands on the thermometer icon, then move the slider on the thermometer up one notch towards the red.
If the arrow lands on the Earth icon, then move the slider on the thermometer down one notch. If the slider is already at the bottom, then spin the arrow again!
Play then moves to the next player. After a habitat is filled with its matching animals, the next time you spin that color, you can remove the Danger card and add a Reward card instead.
Congratulations, that habitat is complete!
The game continues until all the habitats are complete, or the slider reaches the top of the thermometer. If that happens then - uh-oh! - this round of the game is over. Clear the game board and start again.
When the habitats are restored and full of life, everyone wins!
WHO IT'S FOR: Perfect for families, school groups, and aspiring naturalists.
WHAT'S INSIDE: 20 Animal cards, 5 Danger cards, 5 Reward cards, 1 Environment gameboard, 1 sliding thermometer, 1 game spinner