Create a world and help your child develop their imagination.

  I really believe in supporting children to develop their imagination and tools to help them do so really interest me. Storytelling ideas generally abound in our house once we get our mojo going.

I also love these story cubes you can make yourself from Red Ted Art’s blog  that can inspire stories to be told.

 This new story prompter also helps children create their own imaginary world and I think it looks great 


 Create-A-World is a fun, colorful, and innovative game has just launched in the UK . This wonderful multipurpose imagination game provides an endless range of playing options and ideas, making it easy for children to express their thoughts and act out stories.   

 It includes 60 colorful, handmade playing pieces made from high-quality felt. The pieces include: animals, vehicles, fairy-tale characters, and many, many more. Children can combine their favourites to make scenes such as crocodiles climbing trees and princesses driving tractors, the possibilities are endless!!

 The game is fun for  for both boys and girls and allows children to play independently or with friends, there are no rules or boundaries! You can even save space by hanging it from their bedroom wall as a unique and ever-changing decoration. That sounds great to me I have run out of storage.

From a good value perspective this could last a very long time in terms of entertainment value, is suitable for both children and is not easy to break. It’s RRP is £49.99 

 I do think I may have to put this on my amazon wish list….!


Create-A-World retails at £49.95 and is available from



  1. February 24, 2011 / 7:26 am

    Aaaah thanks for the mention and the play mat looks fun!

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  3. Naomi
    February 25, 2011 / 7:26 am

    What a great idea ad it could also be used in one of my sessions. It can get kids to talk about their life and they can act out what is happening in their life. Thanks for sharing Becky.

  4. Becky
    February 25, 2011 / 7:38 am

    I agree Naomi, great for coaching and therapeutic sessions. Children so often express themselves better through different mediums rather than straight on and this is GORGEOUS!

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