State the Picture
Some games that kids get to play are not just fun. They can also be quite educational. It can help them learn so many new things that help build up their store of knowledge. Take geography for example. Some kids may not always like memorizing all the US states if it is not fun to do. All it takes is this game called State the Picture that will do it for most of the kids.
State the Picture is a game that many kids will certainly find fun and enjoyable. After all, it is a game that was invented by an 11-year old from Missouri trying to find a better way to memorize the US states and their capitals for school. The game involves a bit of drawing and guessing, which makes it a lot of fun to play. Players try to guess a certain state or capital by means of guessing what a team mate draws on a pad. It can be interesting what players can come up in their drawings just to help a team mate to guess the right state. Not only that, the kids get to learn about geography as well as develop their memorization and drawing skills, not to mention giving their imagination a workout.
The State the Picture is designed for kids 8 years old and above. Kids will not realize that they are learning things because the game can be so much fun to play. The State the Picture game is available at Fat Brain Toys for $20.
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