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The Karang Guni Trail Board Game

Educational Game for 3 years and above
Buying this product is supporting the cause of Responsible Consumption & Production by:
  • Providing education about the cause
  • Contributing to clean-the-nature initiatives
  • Providing educational materials
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Singapore's First Eco Board Game for ages 3+. When it comes to cultivating green habits in classrooms and at home, games are more effective than Google searches. So, if you find Recycling boring; we added lots of fun to it with The Karang Guni Trail Board Game.

The Karang Guni Trail Board Card was created as part of the project 'Get into the Game of Recycling' under the Call for Ideas fund by NEA.

Features

Two Games + One Activity Sheet

- 1 Game Board (Karang Guni Trail + Composting Activity)

- Sticker Sort Activity Sheet

- 4 Tokens

- 1 Dice

- 13 Blue cards

- Visual Guide to Composting

Number of Players – 2-4

Duration of Play – 30 min to 1 hour

The games are printed using Soy Ink that is non-toxic.

Benefits:

Through the game, children learn about correct Recycling behaviour, importance of Recycling and it also leads to the larger conversation about how they can play a part in creating a Green Planet. The game also helps in developing numeracy skills, social skills, logical thinking.

It acts an easy and engaging edutainment tool and an easy time-filler or bonding activity before or after dinner, at picnics, or when you have guests over. It is also an ideal as a meaningful birthday gift.

End of Life:

The games are made from paper that can be recycled. After your children have outgrown the game; to increase the life-time of the game and also to maximise the utilization of resources that went into creating the game, we suggest donating the game to someone who doesn’t have it.

Singapore's First Eco Board Game for ages 3+. When it comes to cultivating green habits in classrooms and at home, games are more effective than Google searches. So, if you find Recycling boring; we added lots of fun to it with The Karang Guni Trail Board Game.

The Karang Guni Trail Board Card was created as part of the project 'Get into the Game of Recycling' under the Call for Ideas fund by NEA.

Features

Two Games + One Activity Sheet

- 1 Game Board (Karang Guni Trail + Composting Activity)

- Sticker Sort Activity Sheet

- 4 Tokens

- 1 Dice

- 13 Blue cards

- Visual Guide to Composting

Number of Players – 2-4

Duration of Play – 30 min to 1 hour

The games are printed using Soy Ink that is non-toxic.

Benefits:

Through the game, children learn about correct Recycling behaviour, importance of Recycling and it also leads to the larger conversation about how they can play a part in creating a Green Planet. The game also helps in developing numeracy skills, social skills, logical thinking.

It acts an easy and engaging edutainment tool and an easy time-filler or bonding activity before or after dinner, at picnics, or when you have guests over. It is also an ideal as a meaningful birthday gift.

End of Life:

The games are made from paper that can be recycled. After your children have outgrown the game; to increase the life-time of the game and also to maximise the utilization of resources that went into creating the game, we suggest donating the game to someone who doesn’t have it.

The Eco-Statement works towards the conservation of environment by creating awareness through talks/workshops/events & curating sustainable products.

Our aim for progress for environment sustainability is that to to create sustainable/ circular design products that are easily available, convinient to use and eco-friendly solution.

We provide compostable/biodegradable tableware that can be used for any events. They are eco-friendly alternatives to the single-use plastics and this help towards decreasing the single-use plastic waste generated during events.

We support the cottage industries in India that manufacture the compostable/biodegradable tableware thus providing the low-income group in India with a means of income & livelihood.

Tableware, cutlery & take away boxes made from Areca Leaf & bagasse (recycled waste of sugarcane). They are 100% natural with no chemicals/additives or coating thus making them compostable. Green gifts/homeware/jewellery - handmade by low-income women from old newspapers, gift wrappers, paper bags, magazines etc. Providing a means of income to the women in Sri Lanka.

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