Art Game encourages kids to tell the stories of famous artworks and compare the similarities and differences between them. This card game visuals rather than painters; focuses on the content of colors, textures and works of art.

Identify similarities and differences, spend time together on these masterpieces and rewrite their stories: the important thing in this game is to imagine. Kids will have fun while developing their imagination and storytelling skills.

Great ideas start with a spark of imagination. By playing with Woppy's art character Alphecca, children will develop their skills for an art-oriented future.

How to Play?

Playing Methods

This game can be played in two ways:

• Cards are grouped according to pattern codes or icon
codes on the back.

• The players discover and talk about the visuality
and theme that each artist generally uses.

Grouping by Artists

• Cards are grouped by each artist.

• Since each artist has a different pattern on the back of his card, it will be easy to separate and group.

• A deck of artist cards is placed in front of the person who is describing the paintings on cards. The other deck is open.

• The narrator takes a card from the closed deck and does not show it to others. He looks at the artwork on the card and examines the colors. Then he starts to tell the story of the painting by using his imagination.

• The first person, who understands what the described card is, rings the bell and takes that card.

Grouping by Themes

• The cards are arranged according to the themes in each artists painting.

Funny Portrait

Animal

Flower

Something to Eat

Something in the Sky

• Since the icon behind each artist card is different, it will be easy to separate and group.

• A deck of artist cards is placed in front of the person telling the play. The other deck is open.

• The narrator takes a card from the closed deck and does not show it to others. He looks at the artwork on the card and examines the colors. Then he starts to tell the story of the painting by using his imagination.

• The first person who understands what the described card is rings the bell and takes that card.

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